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Education Forum

About the Education Forum

Teaching focused colleagues play a vital role in enhancing student learning and ensuring Warwick’s success as a leading institution. This collaborative space supports cross-institutional conversations about teaching and learning and provides opportunity to:

  • Find out about new information relevant to your teaching role.
  • Discuss key issues with University colleagues.
  • Influence Warwick policy and practice to help improve the experience of being an educator at Warwick.
  • Build a community of teaching focused staff with a strong collective voice.
  • Connect and network with colleagues from different departments/schools.
  • Share effective practice.

An Education Committee member will attend each Forum meeting to share updates and hear the views of colleagues. The Education Committee is part of Warwick's governance structure with a remit to advise the Senate on all matters relating to the development, monitoring and evaluation of the institutional Education Strategy.

2022/23 Term 1 Meeting

Our first meeting for the 2022/23 academic year will be taking place on Wednesday 23rd November 2022, 2pm - 3.30pm. This will be an in-person meeting in Social Sciences Building S0.13.

  • Chris Hughes, Pro-Vice Chancellor (Education) will be attending this meeting to provide an update on strategic priorities for the year ahead and take an open Q&A from colleagues. This will be an opportunity to ask any questions important to you.
  • There will also be a pre-launch of the Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence. We will signpost key dates and review the awards criteria. We will also take time to discuss as a community how to raise the visibility of this important recognition of teaching and how WATE may support and enhance our teaching-focused community.

If you haven’t already, you can join the Education Forum Teams space to engage and keep up to date with the Forum activities.

If you would like to attend the next Forum meeting or would like any further information, please don't hesitate to contact 

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If you would like to contribute to the forum or have any questions please contact Kerry Dobbins at