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The Bridge initiative leverages the College’s multi-disciplinary perspective, international nature and external focus to bring the research and expertise of its academic community to solve real world problems. The Bridge facilitates interaction and connection between academic experts and policy-makers, practitioners and industry leaders to promote dialogue, understanding and innovation. It drives the translation of research and knowledge, turning brilliant ideas into lasting change, and equips our researchers to progress successfully in their future careers, whether in academia or the wider world.

Our aim is to change the world for the better and, in doing so, to earn a reputation as a dynamic institution which has a direct impact on our people, our partners, and our society – locally, nationally, and globally. We are working to equip future generations of graduates to transition from academia into their professional lives, making a positive contribution in their chosen sector and, ultimately, to contribute to making the world a better place. We want to support our academic body in applying their expertise to some of the world’s most pressing problems through collaboration and supported multi-disciplinary project platforms. We connect with research translation ecosystems and broker partnerships around the UK, and beyond, to ensure our solutions are relevant, practical, impactful, multi-faceted and of benefit to many; especially those in low and middle income countries. We aim to bring the expertise of Cambridge to the world; and enable Hughes Hall’s academic and student bodies to change the world for the better.

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The COVID-19 pandemic: Impact on thinking and practice in some key sectors going forward

COVID-19 and its influence on knowledge, skills and health

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UserProfessor Tamsin Ford, Department of Psychiatry; Dr Caroline Trotter, Departments of Veterinary Medicine and Pathology; Professor Paul Tracey, Judge Business School; Professor Ricardo Sabates Aysa, Faculty of Education.


ClockThursday 26 November 2020, 18:00-19:30

The COVID-19 pandemic: Impact on thinking and practice in some key sectors going forward

Legal, Ethical and Governance Questions Raised by COVID-19

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UserDr. Markus Gehring, Faculty of Law; Chantalle Byron, Faculty of Law; Dr. John Barker, Lauterpacht Centre for International Law; Dr. Martin Steinfeld, Faculty of Law; Dr. Lars Vinx, Faculty of Law.


ClockThursday 05 November 2020, 18:00-19:30

The COVID-19 pandemic: Impact on thinking and practice in some key sectors going forward

Impact of COVID-19 on our Built Environment and Infrastructure

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UserProfessor Michael Barrett, Judge Business School; Professor Ian Hodge, Department of Land Economy; Dr Timea Nochta, Department of Engineering; Dr Ajith Parlikad, Department of Engineering; Dr Karl Prince, Digital Innovation, Hughes Hall.


ClockThursday 29 October 2020, 18:00-19:30

The COVID-19 pandemic: Impact on thinking and practice in some key sectors going forward

The COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the delivery of clinical education and training and the implications for future learning

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UserDr Riikka Hofmann, Faculty of Education; Professor Bill Irish, Post Graduate Dean at Health Education East of England; Professor Arthur Hibble, Hughes Hall; Professor Jackie Kelly, Dean, School of Health and Social Work, University of Hertfordshire.


ClockThursday 22 October 2020, 18:00-19:30

The Bridge Pathways to Impact Series at Hughes Hall

Changing the world through public service

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HouseHughes Hall, Pavilion Room.

ClockWednesday 12 February 2020, 18:00-20:00

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