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Enterprising TimesPage 11Election Experts: Who will occupy next?We’ve called on our election experts to expose, examine and explain the key issues that will decide the2015 General Election. The Staffordshire University campaign website featuring the election expertsaims to drive public engagement with the General Election. The cabinet of academic experts includesthe following representatives from Business, Education and Law:• Professor Jon Fairburn (subject area: Sustainability)• Dr Ian Jackson (subject area: Economics)• Professor Michelle Lowe (subject area: Education)• Professor Angus McDonald (subject area: Politics)• Dr Junie Tong (subject area: Economics)• Dr Katy Vigurs (subject area: Education)The site includes a blog including the following entries to date:‘Reflections on the Autumn Statement’ – Dr Ian Jackson, athttp://blogs.staffs.ac.uk/electionexperts/2014/12/10/reflections-on-the-autumn-statement/‘Democracy Day, who knew?’ – Professor Angus McDonald, athttp://blogs.staffs.ac.uk/electionexperts/2015/01/21/democracy-day-who-knew/To find out more go to http://www.staffs.ac.uk/election-experts/.Events Management Graduate InternshipRebecca Collis, who has been working on a university-funded Graduate Internship, is pictured withPaul Williams, Head of the Business School. Rebecca is investigating how Bethesda Chapel might beused to host a number of short-term events. This work also links with ongoing student engagementprojects currently being progressed by Events Management students.Faculty of Business, Education and Law, Staffordshire Universitywww.staffs.ac.uk/fbel+44 (0)1782 294060

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