We are delighted to announce a full and varied programme for our Annual Teaching and Learning Conference in Oxford from 4-5 April (for details see below). There will be space at the conference to discuss future support for History in the changing context of the Higher Education Academy, so please attend and have your voice heard in the on-going conversation. Information on the future structure and services of the HEA may be found in the current issue of our Newsletter. We will endeavour to keep you all updated as more information emerges. The Subject Centre is dedicated to providing a full programme for the remainder of the academic year and we have a number of exciting events, publications and resources planned - so keep in touch!
Dr Sarah Richardson, History Subject Director
The History Subject Centre is pleased to announce the opening of its Annual Student Essay competition. We invite undergraduate students throughout the UK to submit an essay, photo essay, poster or video on this year's theme:
Earning and Learning: What is the real value of a History degree?
For more information, please visit www.historysubjectcentre.ac.uk/
How students succeed
A survey looking at how failure in what we do, as well as success, helps us to develop. A cash prize draw is open to humanities students and alumni who complete the survey found at: