Thursday 19 January 2017, 12:00-14:00 | Teaching Grid, Library
WIHEA, IATL & Monash University invite WIHEA Fellows, WIHEA Members and IATL funding recipients to join Dr Chris Thompson, Associate Dean (Education) & Senior Lecturer at Monash University, in a workshop for those new to the field of pedagogical research.
Wednesday 18 January 2017, 14:00-16:00 | Teaching Grid, Library
WIHEA, IATL & Monash University invite you to join Dr Chris Thompson, Associate Dean (Education) & Senior Lecturer at Monash University, in an interactive workshop for Warwick staff around the theme of lectures, and what relevance they still hold in a modern higher education system.
Members of the BLASTER (Best Liberal Arts and Science Teaching Expanded and Reinforced) team from Warwick facilitated a five-day event in October at Leuphana University, Germany, where staff and student experts from European partner institutions showcased best practice in undergraduate research, and formed small research teams to continue the exploration of innovations in this area.
1-3 November 2016 | Warwick Arts Centre
Warwick graduates Barrel Organ Theatre Company curate a festival of theatre: through panels, performances and discussions, they address questions of political assembly, social expression and professional development. This project is an annual event that showcases the IATL Student Ensemble and its alumni network of emerging artists and practitioners.
IATL team members will be available in The Oculus 12:30-14:00 on the Wednesday of Weeks 3 & 4 to discuss the potential for innovative pedagogy in the new flexible spaces.
Monday 31 October 2016, 09:00-13:00 | R1.13, Ramphal Building
This Sustainable Cities GRP event will celebrate UN World Cities Day by showcasing cities research at Warwick. It will offer the opportunity to advance university-wide relationships and to learn more about research opportunities linked to cities. The IATL-funded project 'Paving the way towards a Warwick Humanitarian Engineering Centre' will feature.
On 27 and 28 September, the 4th annual ICUR connected over 500 students, through 60 international sessions, on 5 continents. The event – organised by IATL staff in collaboration with colleagues in Australia, Japan, Singapore, the US, the UK, South Africa and Malaysia – saw 325 students from all disciplines presenting their research via video conference links to their peers around the world.
The International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR) 2016 will be held on 27 and 28 September 2016; register now to join the audience and hear about the best undergraduate research from around the world.
Thursday 30 June, 12:30 | The Piazza
The University of Warwick community has long been highly international and inclusive in nature, with a strong global outlook. In light of recent developments, a celebration of that international vibe is planned at this event, which is open to all staff and students of the University and will feature a range of activities and opportunities to meet with fellow Warwick people, committed to fostering friendship across borders and cultures.
10:00-12:00, Wednesday 29 June | R2.41, Ramphal Building
Followed by networking lunch 12:00 - 13:00, Ramphal Foyer
International Visiting Teaching Fellow, Geoff Malleck from University of Waterloo Canada, shares his perspective on the integration of student reflection in his courses. Included in the presentation are sample reflection pieces, which demonstrate the potential impact, not only on the student, but other key stakeholders. Geoff promises to share both the challenges and merits of reflection exercises in his presentation.