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Wed 23 Jun, '21 - Sun 15 Aug, '21
All-day
Journal of PGR Pedagogic Practice - GTAs call for papers

Runs from Wednesday, June 23 to Sunday, August 15.

The Warwick PGR Teaching Community is excited to announce its call for papers for the pilot launch digital issue of the new Journal of PGR Pedagogic Practice: a new initiative launched by postgraduates, for postgraduates, to celebrate, discuss, and learn from the unique experiences of postgraduates who teach in all disciplines at higher education institutions.

 

For our pilot launch issue, we would particularly encourage submissions reflecting on the theme of ‘Postgraduate Pandemic Pedagogies’.

  • How have PGRs (postgraduate researchers who teach) experienced the challenges of teaching during the pandemic? What lessons have been learned?
  • How can PGRs consolidate the benefits of these experiences once universities pivot back to face-to-face teaching and learning, and what challenges still need to be overcome?

 

We welcome stories of success, but perhaps more so stories of failure or adaptation.

Please see attached our Call for Papers. The deadline for submissions to PGRteachercommunity@warwick.ac.uk is 15 August 2021.

 

We are part of a WIHEA funded project at the Academic Development Centre aiming to help connect a community of postgraduates who teach, aiming to launch for the 2021-22 academic year. To stay up to date with our progress and activities, whether you are PGR or someone who supports PGRs, please visit our website:
https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/academic-development/pgrteachers/jppp/

 

Or sign up to keep in touch! https://forms.office.com/r/j06ABqCUwb

 

We look forwards to hearing what our fellow PGRs have learned this year!

The Journal of PGR Pedagogic Practice team:

Josh Patel; arts, humanities, and sport (joshua.patel@warwick.ac.uk)
Matt Harwood; sciences and maths (matthew.harwood@warwick.ac.uk)
Joy Oti; social sciences (j.oti@warwick.ac.uk)
Pierre Botcherby (p.botcherby@warwick.ac.uk)

 

Fri 25 Jun, '21 - Fri 30 Jul, '21
All-day
Lifespan Health and Wellbeing: Get involved in research into the effects of Dyslexia, ADHD, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Dyspraxia, Tourette's or Dyscalculia on your studies at Warwick
On-line survey

Runs from Friday, June 25 to Friday, July 30.

Do you have a diagnosis(es) of/suspected of/ or on the pathway for a diagnosis(es) for?

  • Dyslexia,
  • ADHD,
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder,
  • Dyspraxia,
  • Tourette’s,
  • Dyscalculia.

If so, can you help us gather information about your learning and student experiences at the University of Warwick by completing a quick 10-15 min survey. We will ask questions about your learning and teaching experience whilst studying at Warwick University.

If you would like to learn more about the project and take part, please click here…

 

You can also take part in follow up interview after the survey.

 

Dr. Jagjeet Jutley-Neilson

Associate Professor/Director of Student Experience & Progression

To book a meeting with me click here - https://jagjeet-jutley-neilson.youcanbook.me

Wed 4 Aug, '21
GTAs: Hear from WATE PGR winner
Online
Tue 28 Sep, '21 - Wed 29 Sep, '21
All-day
ICUR 2021 International Conference of Undergraduate Research

Runs from Tuesday, September 28 to Wednesday, September 29.

The ninth annual International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR) will be held on 28-29th September 2021 and we are now accepting abstract submissions from undergraduates from Warwick and our international partner institutions. Supported by the Monash Warwick Alliance, ICUR gives students the opportunity to present their research and link with fellow presenters. Research is presented in joint sessions, linked via video-conferencing technology, either on campus or through the virtual conferencing centre hosted via the ICUR App. We look forward to receiving abstract submissions from research-active students from across all departments at Warwick.

Students are invited to submit their abstracts here before the deadline of midnight on 2 June 2021. Find out more about ICUR via the ICUR Portal.