Miss Emily Easman
Circular Economy Hub (CE-Hub) Project Co-Ordinator
Tremough House, University of Exeter, Penryn Campus, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9FE, UK
I am the Project Coordinator for the Circular Economy Hub (CE-Hub) at the University of Exeter Business School and am responsible for project administration, strategic communications and events management for the CE-Hub and on behalf of the NICER Programme (National Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Research Programme). As the coordinating Hub of the NICER Programme, the CE-Hub works across the five specialist Centres, encompassing 34 HEIs across the UK to accelerate interdisciplinary research, innovation and impact to scale up a UK Circular Economy.
My previous roles include work as an Impact Partnership Development Officer, focussing on REF Impact Case Study Development and a Graduate Business Partnership project coordinator for ExeterMarine, a cross-disciplinary project aiming to raise the profile of marine research at the University of Exeter through digital communications, business collaboration and knowledge sharing.
I have both a professional background and personal interest in interdisciplinary working, science communication and community engagement for the betterment of people and planet.
2016: MSc Global Wildlife Health and Conservation, University of Bristol
2015: BSc Conservation Biology and Ecology, University of Exeter
Broadly my research interests including public engagement with science and how we can create more effective and engaging ways in communicating science to the public, policy makers and business. What role to the different public facing organisations play in communicating with and engaging the public in conservation science?
I have published my undergraduate research "Assessing public awareness of marine environmental threats and conservation efforts" under the supervision of Prof Brendan Godley and Dr Kirsten Abernethy.