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Women in Tech: International Women’s Day at BU

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  To celebrate International Women’s Day 2019, the Centre for Excellence in Learning and the BU Women’s Academic Network co-produced a ‘Women in technology’ and ‘Uncelebrated Women’ event, offered to staff and students across BU. The first workshop, Coding and Learning was led by the inspirational Dr Carina Buckley, Instructional Design Manager at Solent Learning… Read more »

CEL BU present: All of us put other people first”: Narratives from a participatory photodiary study with university student carers

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Colleagues, Interested in the lived experiences of student caring for others? Dr Jacq Priego, with Prof Debbie Holley from CEL share their research findings at an SHRE event Monday 3rd September 13.00-14.00 – open now for booking   This is partnered with webinar that will be of interest to those undertaking Professional Doctorate Journeys; narratives… Read more »

Keynote presentation at European Conference on Religion, Spirituality and health

On May 17th Dr Jenny Hall from CEL and the Centre for Qualitative Research presented a keynote at the joint 6th European Conference on Religion, Spirituality and health and 5th International Conference of the British Association for the Study of Spirituality. The conference brought together clinicians, theologians, researchers and healthcare chaplains together from as far… Read more »

Celebrating International Women’s day

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Thank you to three amazing women for sharing their work and thank you to the BU Women’s Academic Network (WAN) organisers for all their work… Josie Fraser:  https://altc.alt.ac.uk/2016/sessions/keynote-josie-fraser/#gref Description In this talk, Josie Fraser looks at some of the specific social and political contexts of open practice, and digital environmental factors that shape, restrict and… Read more »

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New from the Women’s Academic Network – forthcoming semester 2 events Uncategorized Sara Ashencaen Crabtree The Women’s Academic Network (WAN) has been a not-so-quietly growing feature of academic life at BU since September 2013. For many women academics (those in the know) it offers an annual programme of events, activities and career support in a vibrant… Read more »

Reflections on a Creative Writing Workshop for Academics at BU, led by Kip Jones

By Susanne Clarke (with Trevor Hearing, Caroline Jackson, Mark Readman, Carly Stewart & Peter Wolfensberger) I am sitting here on a Saturday morning, daunted by the task ahead of me.  I am in charge of writing a blog on behalf of a wonderful group of people who I spent a couple of days with at… Read more »

International Women’s day – events at Bournemouth University

Colleagues, please do come to some of these events, encourage your students to attend as well as the wider community 6 March 11:00-12:00, Talbot Campus  HMI Wendy Williams, Experience of being a women in senior leadership   7 March 15:00-16:00 Village Tales: screening of this award-winning film made by Sue Sudbury, a BU academic and… Read more »