The public outreach conference was conceived in late December 2019 and was envisioned as the launch for an annual series of conferences celebrating Wellbeing research and practice across Bristol. Our ...
University of Bristol students have come together to host a free wellbeing conference open to students, staff and members of the public. ...
Spotlight on 'Voicing Vulnerability' It's lunchtime on Woodland Road. The autumn skylight floods in through the bay window at the Multifaith Chaplaincy. The meeting space is bustling with a few ...
Yesterday, after an excruciating three-week wait, it was the Education Services Charity Bake Off Final. I had made it through to the final after winning my heat (cheese and rosemary ...
The student hackathon continued last week, looking at the theme ‘Balancing wellbeing, freedom, independence and success’, with students exploring concepts of cohort identity, attendance and engagement at lectures and the ...
The following post was written by Fabienne Vailes, Language Director for French at the University of Bristol, holder of a University Teaching Fellowship, BILT Associate and author of 'The Flourishing ...
In the crisp sunshine of a Saturday morning, I walked to Whiteladies BTP to have a coffee with John Gilbert, fifth year medical student and former Faculty Rep for Health ...
The following post was written by Fabienne Vailes, the Language Director for French and holder of a University Teaching Fellowship.  There were the Millennials (Generation Y – born in the ...
Professor Debby Cotton and Dr Rebecca Turner at their Education Excellence Seminar
Summary (and attached peer-reviewed paper) regarding the use of an immersive and extended induction module, delivered exclusively across the first 4 weeks of study, to enhance social integration, and aid ...