Tuesday 13 February 2018, 14:00-16:00 | Collaboration Space, Teaching Grid (Library)
This workshop, by former IATL team member Phil Gaydon, will take radical virtue epistemology – which asserts that knowledge is not static, but a dramatic moment, a lived experience, and a passionate embodiment of our most deeply held values – and explore precisely what it entails for education, and its potential to engage students.
Wednesday 14 March 2018, 13:30-15:30 | Teaching Grid
This masterclass will be delivered by Dr Ruth Caleb, Head of Counselling at Brunel University London, and will provide an opportunity to discuss student mental health and wellbeing, including the national context and the challenges for academic staff. It was organised by IATL’s Elena Riva with funding from the Warwick International Higher Education Academy (WIHEA).
Community Engagement: Developing and Sustaining Community Partnerships for Student Participation in Community-Engaged Learning and Research
Monday 13 November 2017, 9:30–13:00 | Humanities Studio | free
This symposium/workshop will bring together teaching staff, researchers, practitioners and voluntary sector representatives from Warwick and elsewhere, to consider what works in student-community engagement, and how such engagement can best be developed and sustained in ways that benefit HE pedagogy, create knowledge, and have positive social impacts.
Tuesday 28 November 2017, 10:00-12:00 | Teaching Grid | free
In this interactive workshop, Dr Elena Riva (IATL) and Sally Tissington (Centre for Lifelong Learning), from science and arts backgrounds respectively, share their outlooks and experiences, both having worked with a wide range of students from diverse backgrounds.
Monday 30 – Tuesday 31 October 2017 | Warwick Arts Centre
A two-day festival that celebrates and continues to develop the exciting work of Warwick alumni theatre companies (including Clown Funeral, Barrel Organ, Emergency Chorus and Breach). Through panels, performances and discussions, Emerge 2017 addresses questions surrounding the complex world we live in today.
The new MSc in Humanitarian Engineering is an interdisciplinary programme which offers students the opportunity to invent, create, design, develop or improve technologies which promote the well-being of poor, marginalised, and/or under-served communities. The programme will open for applications in the autumn, for a 2018/19 start. See also: Symposium on Humanitarian Engineering, 3-4 July 2017.
Monday 3 July 2017, 10:00-16:30 | The Oculus
Warwick's annual Learning and Teaching Showcase provides an opportunity to share and celebrate the many ways in which we encourage, facilitate, and inspire learning. This year's theme is learning communities.
Tuesday 26 & Wednesday 27 September 2017 | Warwick
Many excellent abstract submissions have been received from a broad range of disciplines; if you were unable to meet the 20 May deadline, please contact ICUR@warwick.ac.uk. ICUR volunteer opportunities will be publicised soon.
The fifth annual International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR) will be held 26-27 September 2017 and is open to undergraduate researchers from any discipline; submit your abstract of 250 words by 20 May for the chance to present to an audience around the world via state of the art video conferencing. Or if you are a staff member, please encourage your undergraduates to participate.
The fifth annual International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR) will be held on Tuesday 26 & Wednesday 27 September 2017 and is open to undergraduate researchers from any discipline. Submit your abstract of 250 words for the chance to present to an audience around the world via state of the art video-conferencing technology. Deadline: 20 May 2017 (early submissions encouraged).