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Engage with Us

Our Faculty works with partners to benefit local, national and global communities.

Working collaboratively with partners 

At the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, we pride ourselves on the work we do with our partners. This benefits a wide range of places and communities on a local, national, and international scale.  

We co-create projects, bringing our world-leading expertise in research together with the knowledge and passion from sectors, people and communities. We use this to tackle significant challenges and enrich the future of people across the globe.  

Due to the interdisciplinary nature of our work, we are fortunate to be able to work with a wide variety of partners from a range of sectors. We have an outstanding track record of working together with creative and cultural partners. We also work with businesses, legal partnerships, and not-for-profit organisations, such as the NHS.  

Contact the Engagement team to find out more about working with the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Our partnerships

We work with a broad range of organisations and individuals and are always keen to discuss building new partnerships. You can learn more about the work we do by looking at some of the case studies below. They represent a small sample of the kind of projects we contribute to. Please get in touch if you would like to know more.

Get in touch  

To find out more about working in partnership with the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, please contact:

Professor Vee Pollock - Dean of Culture and the Creative Arts

For any cultural and creative arts enquiries:

Email Newcastle University Institute for Creative Arts Practice - 

For general enquiries, and enquiries relating to Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums or the National Trust:

Email Rachael Lennon, Strategic Cultural Partnerships Manager -

For any business development enquiries:

Email Jonny Gray - Business Development Manager -

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