In this lecture Professor Andy Westwood discusses the role of politics and policy in higher educations.
Andy Westwood is Professor of Politics and Policy and an Honorary Professor at the University of Wolverhampton. He splits his time between the Universities of Winchester (2 days per week) and Manchester (3 days per week), where he is the Associate Vice President for Public Affairs.
Andy is the President of the OECD Forum on Social Innovation and an OECD expert author in the Local Employment and Economic Development (LEED) Programme. He is also a senior adviser to ministers at the Department for Communities and Local Government and the UK Treasury and a specialist adviser to the House of Lords Committee on Digital Skills.
Previously he was special adviser to the Secretary of State at the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills and Head of Policy at the Work Foundation and a Director of the Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion.
This lecture series is open to the general public, staff and students at the University of Wolverhampton
Due to demand booking is essential