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Adam Mannis
Assistant Director

Address:
UK Centre for Materials Education
2nd Floor, Brodie Tower
University of Liverpool
Liverpool
L69 3GQ
Phone:
+44(0)151 794 5823
Fax:
+44(0)151 794 4466
Email:
a.mannis@liv.ac.uk

Adam joined the UK Centre for Materials Education in March 2001. He has previous experience of coordinating applied engineering and en vironmental projects for industrial and public sector bodies. More recently he managed university-based research initiatives comprising consortia of national and European partners, employing quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, with outputs that supported change in both policy implementation strategies and practice of HE learning & teaching.

Adam is currently Project Manager/ Subject Adviser to the UK Centre for Materials Education 'Supported Change Programme'.

Publications:

• Mannis A and Taylor I (2008): Employer-College Partnerships: Developing a Materials Foundations Degree.

• Mannis A and Taylor I (2008): Working in Partnership with Students: The Summer School at Cambridge.

• Mannis A and Baillie C (2002) Teaching Materials to Engineering Students: National Support for Materials Faculty. Proceedings of the 2002 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, 16-19 June, Montreal, Canada.

• Lo SNG, Norton B and Mannis A (2001) Domestic Energy Use and Air Quality: A Case Study of the City of Belfast. Applied Energy, 68 (1), 1-18.

• Crilly M and Mannis A (2000) Sustainable Urban Management Systems. In Achieving Sustainable Urban Form, (eds K Williams, E Burton and M Jenks), London: E & FN Spon, pp202-214.

• Crilly M, Mannis A and Morrow K (1999) Indicators for Change: Taking the Lead. Local Environment, 4 (2), 151-168.