Student Research Festival
We held our first in-person Student Research Festival on Tuesday 25th April at the Global Lounge, Senate House. It was great to listen to undergraduate and postgraduate taught students share their research into wellbeing, decolonisation and sustainability. It highlighted the research-rich culture of the University and the interdisciplinary nature of learning. The judges were impressed by all student presenters. The winners will be announced next week.
Research rich festival reflections
Dr Aisling Tierney shares her thoughts on the Student Research Festival 2023, and students as researchers.
Embedding wellbeing in decolonial movements
BILT Student Fellows Evelyn Miller and Patty Miranda explore the link between wellbeing and decolonisation.
How our teaching philosophies shape us as educators
Dr Sarah McLaughlin explores teaching philosophies and asks Why do you teach? What shapes you as an educator?
SPAIS Lunchtime Talks Series 2023
Decolonisation Showcase Event
Friday 19th May, 9.30am – 2pm. Venue TBC. The keynote speaker for the event will be Jason Arday, Professor of Sociology of Education at the University of Cambridge. For further information and to book your place please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where are the interesting places on campus?
Send in your suggestions for interesting spaces on campus. We want to create an immersive experience of the variety of campus learning spaces, can you help us? Please email the team!
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BILT Annual Conference 2023
Registration is now open for the BILT annual Conference. Tickets are free. You can choose to attend for the whole day or either of the morning/afternoon sessions. Teas and coffees will be available at the start of each session and lunch will be provided for those attending all day