WIHEA Learning Circles to meet on-line
As a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Learning Circle meetings where possible will move to on-line conferencing and team resources such as StarLeaf and Teams or other virtual meeting platforms which will enable members to still progress and network.
If you are a member of a WIHEA Learning Circle, please contact the circle's Lead(s) for more information on meeting times and software to be used.
WIHEA are pleased to announce that four projects with great potential have been awarded funding so far this academic year.
Professor Michael Scott of the Classics and Ancient History Department will be visiting Monash University between 17 May and 23 May 2020, hosted by Dr Hilary Gopnik, Senior Lecturer, The Centre for Ancient Cultures, Monash University.
Professor Alastair Phillips and Dr Helen Wheatley (Film and Television Studies), visited Monash University from 24 November to 8 December 2019, hosted by Associate Professor Constantine Verevis, Head of Film and Screen Studies in the School of Media, Film and Journalism, Monash University.
The project group have embedded interdisciplinary opportunities for students during Welcome Week 2019, enabling them to gain interdisciplinary learning experience from an early stage.
In this Masterclass on Wellbeing Pedagogies and Strategies, Elena shared her understanding and ideas about how to foster positive Wellbeing in the Teaching and Learning environment for both students and staff.
We are pleased to announce that WIHEA will be starting the year with 17 Learning Circles, which includes 4 new ones.
Congratulations to WIHEA Fellow, Professor Jo Angouri (Centre for Applied Linguistics), who has been awarded a National Teaching Fellowship by Advance HE for the highest standards of teaching at the University.
A WIHEA Fellowship recognises and rewards outstanding achievements in learning and teaching and is an exceptional opportunity to engage with colleagues across the university, improve the student experience and make a genuine difference to Warwick through research, debate and policy formation.
Selected by the WIHEA Advisory Group during a competitive annual selection process consisting of application and nomination in July 2019, the 33 new staff and student Fellows will join WIHEA’s collaborative community at a welcome lunch on 19 September 2019.
Congratulations to all new Fellows!
What a delight to see eight of our WIHEA Fellows recognised in the annual awards!