There has been a strong focus at Warwick on Student as Researcher for some time: it forms a key part of the Education Strategy and there are several University-based funding and dissemination opportunities designed to encourage students to undertake their own research and share their findings.
This workshop is aimed at staff across the University who are interested in developing or enhancing learning through a ‘student as researchers’ pedagogy. This workshop will provide evidence of the benefits of adopting a ‘student as researchers’ approach, outline the various funding and dissemination opportunities available and will look at examples from across Warwick and beyond where student research has been embedded within the student experience – both through curricular and co-curricular activity.
The workshop will also act as a point of connection for staff wishing to share practice and learn from each other, allowing networking opportunities and facilitating discussions of future interdisciplinary projects.
Date: 6th February 2019
Dr. Jane Bryan
Dr Jane Bryan is a Principal Teaching Fellow in the School of Law at the University of Warwick, teaching medical law and property law. She is also Director of Admissions, Student Experience and Undergraduate Research in the Law School and Academic Convenor for the SSLC.
Jane graduated from the University of Warwick in 1991 and returned to do a PhD on the legal treatment of pregnant women in 1997, having in the meantime worked as a solicitor specializing in personal injury litigation and medical negligence.