At this event, hosted by Sam Whewall, PhD Student based within the Department of Education of the University of Bath, he will present a seminar titled: ‘Using a new visual participatory method to understand the social and spatial factors underpinning student (im)mobilities: Insights from northern England and Singapore’.
We are delighted with the success of our first event in the LHERI lunchtime seminar series. Please see a recording of the event below: In spite of the focus on ‘the student experience’, exemplified by the range of student satisfaction data and evaluative information used by HEIs (Kovacs et al., 2010), regular reports and conferences […]
In this Newsletter which you can view here, there is information with regard to the LHERI seminar series, a featured project, an update on the LHERI Research awards and on the back page the Spotlight fellow for this month is Dr Rachel Spacey. Dr Rachel Spacey has kindly provided an overview of her Higher Education […]
“What does it mean to ‘widen participation’ at postgraduate level?” This free event took place at The University of Lincoln on 2nd February 2018, 12.30-2.00pm, and was facilitated by Professor Paul Wakeling. “The widening participation agenda is deeply embedded in UK higher education, at least at undergraduate […]