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Group project work for AUDE Summer School Class of 2021 - 2022

The group project should focus on sector learning from the COVID responses and how this will shape future refurbishments, new developments and/or operational estates and facilities services for the workplace, learning, teaching and research spaces. 

Delegates will be assigned to groups on the first day of the residential, these groups will be the groups delegates will stay in for the duration on the summer school residential programme. 

The Group Project works consists of:

  1. Working with colleagues from across the AUDE community
  2. Exploring key insights from the Summer School
  3. Enabling practical improvements to Institutional performance

Group Project – four territories to explore

1. Best Practices

 Who are the exemplars within Higher Education, and beyond, and how have you engaged with them?

2. Institutional Application

What have you introduced or applied to your HEIs and what has been the impact so far?

3. Personal Learning

 What have you learned from being part of this experience and what are you doing with these insights?

4. AUDE Recommendations

Based on your Group’s work, what are your recommendations and suggested actions for fellow AUDE colleagues?

Group Project Submissions
Group A: Michelle Chodyniecki, David Harty, Adam Hamilton, Chris Meloy and Jane Robson

Group A Report: Learning from Covid 


Group Project Winners 

Group B: Nicola Duffy, Wayne Jones and Brett Plant 

Group B Report:  Post Covid Impact - Reimagining Space Design


Group C: Tim Cronin, Jonathan Face, John Iveson, Robert Payne and Geraldine Ward

Group C Report: Group Project Report


Group D: Sioned Cash, Colm Lavery, Gavin Scott and Dan Watkin

Group D Report: Group Project Report


Group E: Steven Cox, James Hale, Ryan Hill, Neil Hornsey and Harriet Waters

Group E Report: Group Project Report


Group F: James Adshead, Ross Hughes, David McClory and Richard Smith 

Group F Report: Beyond COVID: Exploring opportunities for universities to capitalise on learning from the pandemic to shape future building refurbishments, new developments and operational delivery processes

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