Complete the social responsibility & sustainability survey 2016 - you could win a £50 restaurant voucher!

Which social responsibility and sustainability issues should the University prioritise? What services and support do you value? We want to hear your views!

We're asking all students to complete the Social Responsibility and Sustainability Survey 2016 to give us your opinion on the University's sustainability and social responsibility priorities, and to help us shape the work we do in the future.

The survey itself takes just 10 minutes to complete, and can be found at:

All your answers will be confidential and your anonymity guaranteed.

Everyone who completes the survey can enter into our prize draw for a £50 meal voucher at Cafe St Honoré, which prides itself on seasonal, local produce and supports the slow food movement.

Thank you in advance for your time and good luck with the prize draw.

Yours sincerely,

Dave Gorman


Dave Gorman

Director of Social Responsibility and Sustainability

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  • Dave joined the University in 2013 as its first Director for Social Responsibility and Sustainability. He provides senior leadership and advice to the University on a wide range of topics including climate change and renewables, sustainability, responsible investment, community engagement, fair employment, sustainable and responsible supply chains and social investment.
    Prior to joining the University, Dave undertook a wide range of community and volunteering work after graduation, before pursuing a career in local government. For many years he worked for the Scottish Environment Protection Agency, latterly as its Head of Strategy. Dave is a chartered environmentalist and a chartered manager, and a fellow of the RSA, the EAUC and the CMI.