Arts & Humanities Partnership Catalyst


Screen grab of KE processEarly in 2022 the College of Arts & Humanities established the #AHPCatalyst activity which brings together research strengths and expertise from Private, Public and 3rd Sector organisations and colleagues from the UofG to identify and establish routes to addressing the challenges facing our economic, social and cultural landscapes. 

The primary focus of the Catalyst activity is to create opportunities for experts to establish new networks and create new ways of working in particular using the new Advanced Research Centre as a base. The Catalyst will enable staff and student mobility which will provide new avenues for knowledge to translate both into the organisations with which we engage and also back into the University.

Our first Catalyst is focused on Digital Cultural Heritage. Explore the range of blogs and videos from our partners and academic colleagues where they explain what Digital Culture Heritage means to them and the challenges they face.