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Materials and Resources
In this section you will find links to the Cupp film 'In It Together', the Cupp book 'Community-University Partnerships in Practice', publications, reports and other written material by Cupp and other University and Community colleagues.
Please use the navigation panel on the left to view information about resources for specific areas of Cupp's work.
University of Brighton Staff Volunteering Policy
Part of the university's social engagement strategy involved a commitment to establish a scheme to enable staff to volunteer to take part in community activity. This paper sets out a pilot scheme to be undertaken between November 2010 and October 2011:
University of Brighton Social Engagement Strategy
The Corporate Plan commits the University, by 2012, to become recognised as a leading UK university for the quality and range of its work in economic and social engagement and productive partnerships (see Appendix 1 for progress report). This document sets out how the University will tackle the social end of the economic and social engagement spectrum, to complement the existing economic engagement strategy. You can download the Social Engagement Strategy here.
University of Brighton Community Engagement Report 2006-07
This report was commissioned by the Community University Partnership Programme with advice from a working group including colleagues from across the institution with additional advice fro Penny Wilson, Head of Community Affairs. Univeristy of Cambridge.
The purpose of the audit was threefold:
First, to ascertain the range and volume of community engagement across the university in a single sample year in order to record and celebrate the activity itself. Secondly, to test a methodology for auditing this kind of work. Thirdly, to provide a baseline against which we hope to measure progress over the next few years. You can download the Community Engagement Report here.
Cupp Conference I Report - April 2006
In this report we aimed to provide a summary of the primary activities, issues and next steps from the Cupp conference held on 6th and 7th April 2006.
The first Cupp conference outlined the impact of community university partnerships and showcased examples of community and university engagement projects worldwide. Nearly 200 international, national and local contributors and participants fro higher education, the voluntary and public sector, practitioners and the Higher Education Funding Coundil for England (HEFCE) attended the conference. You can download the Conference Report here.