The climate crisis is also a global inequality crisis. In tackling the interconnected issues and challenges of the climate crisis, the expertise of people with lived experiences must be recognised, ...
Three Bristol students discuss why ethics are important to research, what’s most challenging about research ethics, and what the university can do to support students undertaking research. ...
They are finally here. In partnership with the Students' Union, we have spent over a year creating hype and slowly introducing the roles of Sustainability Champions at the University of Bristol. As ...
Hackathons are events in which participants are asked a question, or given a problem, and have a limited amount of time to find a solution. Most commonly used in engineering ...
With the move towards blended learning, it can sometimes feel like we’ve been living in a virtual world over the past two years, our heads jammed with thoughts about online ...
It might seem obvious that people participating in research must agree to participate. This is what we call ‘informed consent’, where a participant is told of all the potential risks ...
Introducing the new Sustainability Department Champion role. ...
Poverty, Mental Health, and the Financial Barriers Students Face As both a student fellow focussing on the experiences of disabled students and a final year disabled student myself, I often ...
On 10 November, a highly interdisciplinary group of lecturers, students, and BILT staff convened to discuss a recent literature review undertaken by Shahjahan and colleagues, ‘“Decolonizing” Curriculum and Pedagogy: A ...
I began University hopeful, if cautious. After a trying year in which the chronic health condition, which I have suffered from since I was twelve, forced me to study entirely ...
A student perspective on the history of research ethics, research bias, and general research issues. ...
A guide to all those new and confusing terms in teaching and learning. From ‘lockdown’ to ‘PPE’ to ‘furlough’, the pandemic has brought with it A LOT of new words, ...
Hey, I’m Dan, one of six new student fellows this year working with BILT. My main focus will be improving student research experiences and opportunities, especially for undergraduate students who ...
The perspectives in the blog have been gathered from recent research into the topic of decoloniality and mathematics education. The focus of these articles is not exclusively on higher education, ...
Hello, thanks for reading! My name is Adriel, and I’m thrilled to be researching ‘Decolonizing the curriculum’ with BILT over this academic year! Decolonization, and specifically decolonizing the university has ...
Hello :)  I’m Tasha! I am very excited to start this journey at BILT, with the role of “Students as Co-Creators and Researchers”. Currently, I am in the second year ...
¡Hola! I’m Carlos, one of this year's Student Fellows at BILT. I will aim at embedding Sustainable Development in the UoB’s curriculum this year, which is quite a big task.  ...
Hi! My name is Ellen, and I am one of six new Student Fellows this year. I will be focusing on the theme of blended learning and online community, and ...
Hey all, I’m Kai, a Student Fellow working on a project centering the voices and experiences of disabled students. As both a person living at the convergence of disability and ...
Podcast - Student Fellow Rhona speaks to Madhu Krishnan, Professor of African, World and Comparative Literatures in the Department of English. ...
This blog builds on BILT’s previous podcast on Preparing students for assessment and the work of my co-Student Fellows, Rhona and Sama, on decolonisation of the curriculum. Last week I ...
Podcast - Student Fellow Rhona talks to Nana Agyare - University of Bristol alumnus, previous Graduate Intern with the Student Inclusion Team and current Global Lounge Assistant with the International ...
In this podcast BILT Student Fellow Jonny Barnes, interviews students about their favourite formative assessments and how they prepared them for their summative assessments. ...