Student Innovation at Warwick is a new podcast series on how Warwick's departments embrace innovation. In episode 8, Dr Elena Riva talks about wellbeing, why it is important in student lives and she discuss the work of the students of her module "Understanding Wellbeing".
We are delighted to share the news that Dr Elena Riva, IATL Director of Studies and Associate Professor, has won the Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence as well as IATL Associate Tutor Dr Bo Kelestyn (Chemistry)
Insights from the Editor, Reinvention Volume 13 Issue 1. The benefits of already working remotely during COVID-19.
The online module fair took place on the 29th of April, allowing students to listen to presentations and ask questions about the different modules. You can read more about the event and view the presentations online here.
International Conference of Undergraduate Research, on the 29-30th September 2020, is still open to you and that the conference, and therefore the current Call for Abstracts, is still going ahead.
Reinvention an International Journal of Undergraduate Research, volume 13, issue 1, publication 29 April 2020
This issue brings you research from a wide variety of disciplines, to make us think about our current context and the relevance of research to life. With five original research papers, two book reviews and two exhibition reviews.
We hope that as you read this work you will learn something new but also see the positivity the future holds, even in such troubling times.
Join us to celebrate incredible stories from change-makers and trailblazers who are creating a better future for us and generations to come. Students from IATL’s modules, particularly Change: critical understandings, practices and action, will be attending as ‘ambassadors for the future’.
The 5th Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching Conference will take place on the 2nd of April 2020 at the University of Warwick. It will explore a variety of issues in the theme of 'Interdisciplinarity: Learning from Each Other'.
This year’s conference theme asks participants to consider the elements of collaboration, co-construction of knowledge and practice that underpin the interdisciplinary teaching and learning experiences of students and teachers.
Dr Elena Riva has been awarded funding by the Warwick Innovation Fund (£18,831) for creating the Warwick open-access online module "Understanding Wellbeing”, based on her current in-classroom module. She will work in collaboration with Dr Kathryn Woods (Director of Student Experience for the Faculty of Arts) and Kerry Pinny (Senior AcademicTechnologist, IT Services), leading a wider cross-institutional team of staff and students for the development of the online module.
IATL is currently recruiting two student Co-creation Officers. The role will involve working within IATL to support the existing team and to develop the work of the department. Co-creation Officers will champion IATL and its activities at modules fairs, other events and in smaller groups. As well as participating with IATL’s core functions – such as assessing funding applications – the Officers will be proactive in identifying opportunities to develop IATL’s work both within the department and the wider University. The successful students will engage with the wide scope of this role to make a positive difference to teaching, learning and the Warwick community by working with students, staff and other stakeholders.
The Co-creation Officers will be current students, will be paid and will work with us from around October 2019 to August 2020 with the possibility for extension into the following academic year for students who remain enrolled.
For further information and to apply, visit the UniTemps website: https://www.unitemps.com/Search/JobDetails/18807841