We are now accepting applications for an IATL/IAS (Institute of Advanced Study) Early Career Teaching Fellowship, which will be to develop interdisciplinary pedagogy. Application deadline: Monday 15 January 2018.
Apply now for an IATL/IAS (Institute of Advanced Study) Early Career Teaching Fellowship to develop interdisciplinary pedagogy. Extended deadline: Monday 27 March 2017.
We are now accepting applications for an IATL/IAS (Institute of Advanced Study) Early Career Teaching Fellowship, which will be to develop interdisciplinary pedagogy. Application deadline: Friday 10 March 2017.
We are looking to recruit up to three undergraduate students to support and host the award winning International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR), to take place on 26 & 27 September 2017 here at Warwick. Application deadline: Friday 24 February 2017.
We are now accepting applications for the IATL/IAS (Institute of Advanced Study) Early Career Teaching Fellowship, which will be to develop the practice of research-led teaching. The application deadline is midday on 25 January 2016.
The Institute for Advanced Teaching Learning (IATL) and the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) will be recruiting an Early Career Teaching Fellow to develop the practice of research-led teaching.
FellSwoop Theatre (formed of Warwick alumni) are exploring at the history of protest at the university over the last 50 years. We will engage with a variety of students throughout the process and we will audition potential participants through an open workshop on Monday 22 June at 6pm in the Humanities Studio.
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Are you looking for part-time hours to suit your timetable?
We are looking to recruit a number of Classroom Stewards to support the use of teaching spaces on campus, these being the CAPITAL Rehearsal Room in Millburn House, the Reinvention Centre and the Avon Drama Studio at Westwood, as well as the Humanities Studio and the eight newly refurbished teaching rooms in the Ramphal Building.
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IATL is looking for five Student Researchers who will act as Education Champions on a project aimed to pilot, evaluate and potentially set up an embedded institution-wide network of student learning and teaching “champions.” In this role you will have the opportunity to affect real change in the teaching and learning experience across all four faculties. You are not representatives of the student body, rather you are empowered as researchers who will be responsible for working collaboratively with University staff to make recommendations that are grounded in the student experience. More specifically, you will develop the “champion role”, piloting two modes of project generation- one more University-strategy driven and the second more student driven. You willevaluate and reflect on the pilot study (pros/cons, viability of the project) and write a final report with recommendations on a possible University wide student “champion” scheme.
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