Earlier this year, Professor Of Innovation For Sustainable Agriculture, Julie Ingram gave her inaugural lecture at the University of Gloucestershire’s Oxstalls campus. The lecture explored the role innovation can play in addressing the many challenges facing agri-food systems and society as a whole and was entitled ‘Unpacking the multiple meanings of innovation for sustainable agriculture: the who, what, how and why?‘’
Over one hundred attended the event, which had been delayed from taking place in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The lecture was filmed and can be viewed below.
We are also now pleased to announce that we are able to provide a transcript of the lecture – which may be of particular interest to food and agriculture stakeholder groups, students and academics. The transcript further complements the presentation slides which we made available shortly after the lecture. Both documents and a link to the YouTube footage are available from the University of Gloucestershire’s research repository.
- Julie Ingram – Inaugural Lecture Transcript (1Mb)
- Julie Ingram – Inaugural Lecture Presentation (60Mb)
More of Julie’s academic output can be accessed (subject to individual article availability) from her research repository page.