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Author: Dr Aisling Tierney
Aisling is a Lecturer in the Bristol Institute for Learning and Teaching (BILT), working to support academics across faculties in their teaching and learning approaches. In this role, she partners with academics to support pedagogic transformation, focusing on resource development and educational management.
An archaeologist by training, she is also a Visiting Fellow at the Cultural Heritage Institute at the Royal Agricultural University and directs Project Nivica Archaeology in collaboration with Albanian Government organisations and local communities. She is a Lecturer on material culture, public engagement, Adriatic archaeology, and historical archaeology.
Aisling’s research and teaching interests include sustainability, heritage practice and pedagogy.
Surrounded by colourful bunting and endless tea and biscuits, the annual Student Research Festival was a bustling display of our talented Bristol students. Back-to-back presentations from across faculties showcased the ...
Louise Howson talks to Hadi Abulrub a senior lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering who explores the literature around programme level assessment and how this should be encouraged. Listen ...