Join us and LJMU to highlight some of the people and partnerships that have shaped this iconic university over the last 200 years.
Join Professor Mark Power, Vice Chancellor of Liverpool John Moores University and Professor Joe Yates, Pro-Vice Chancellor in conversation with Tate Liverpool Chief Executive Officer Helen Legg, as they highlight some of the people and partnerships that have shaped this iconic university over the last 200 years.
In 1823 an institution was founded which became the catalyst for an educational revolution in the city of Liverpool. The Liverpool Mechanics and Apprentices Library evolved into the Mechanics Institute and, through mergers and collaborative partnerships, eventually led to the establishment of Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) in 1992. As the name would suggest, the university is deeply embedded in place where people are its main priority. LJMU educates the nurses, police, teachers and pharmacists of tomorrow
Collaborating with business and industry to support the local and regional economy, it is an organisation that is written into the fabric of the city and its communities. And now, in 2023, as we mark our 200th anniversary we are celebrating our people, our students, our staff, our partners and community, by telling some of their stories.
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