Your Voice Has
Your voice has value. It’s helped us to create new opportunities, embrace new thinking, and build a global reputation. Your voice is improving us every day – and it’ll shape our future.
So, if there’s something you’re really enjoying (or even something we could be doing better) we want to know.
Your voice has changed so much about life at NTU. Let’s work together to keep those changes coming.
Your voice has helped us to create new opportunities within your School.
Deputy Dean Natalie Brown and Principal Lecturer Kerry Gough explain how your voice has influenced life and learning at the School of Art & Design.
Head of Department Helen Hudson explains how your voice has helped to improve the range of learning pathways and hands-on legal practise opportunities at Nottingham Law School.
Deputy Dean Iain Barber explains some of the recent improvements your voice has helped to deliver in the School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Science.
“OUR AIM IS TO BE AS INCLUSIVE AND INTERDISCIPLINARY AS POSSIBLE”: YOUR VOICE HAS CREATED PARTNERSHIPS IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Head of Department Christian Beardah and Principal Lecturer Michael Loughlin explain how your voice has helped to focus their curriculum – and secure funding for some exciting staff-student research opportunities.
Deputy Dean Karen Randell explains how student feedback has paved the way for some innovative changes in the School of Arts and Humanities.
BOARD GAMES, FLEXIBLE HOURS AND A NEW APPROACH TO DISSERTATIONS: YOUR VOICE HAS IMPROVED LEARNING IN ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
Deputy Dean Richard Bull is on a mission to create a flexible, responsive learning environment that students can call home.
Dean Baback Yazdani and Deputy Dean Melanie Currie explain how the voice of NBS students has helped the School to craft its own sense of identity and community.
As Deputy Dean, Annabel’s been collaborating with a wide range of student forums, committees and advocacy groups. Here, she explains some of the changes and improvements your voice has helped to deliver.
If you’re planning on studying, working or volunteering abroad, it can help to support your travel and accommodation costs.
Working with Estates and IT we've created additional study spaces outside the library, and improved information regarding availability.
We've increased our range of vegan and vegetarian dishes at all our catering outlets, and are now selling more gluten free products.
At City, we've changed the positioning of our Front Desk to be more front-facing to students, and provide more private and confidential space for student and staff meetings.
University wide initiatives
Sustainable Development Manager Charmaine Morrell tells us about the Plastic Pledge and Green Rewards – two great initiatives that are building on the feedback of NTU’s students.
"NTU has a fantastic reputation for delivering positive impacts in sustainability, and our students are a really big part of that."
Volunteering Coordinator Stephen Barton and Community Engagement and Volunteering Officer Lucy King explain how student feedback has helped to shape volunteering at NTU.
“In many ways, our students have totally moulded how the volunteering offer has developed at NTU. Students give us plenty of feedback, and we reshape and grow our provision in line with that feedback."