An Introduction to Applying for HEA Fellowship If you’re not sure where to start, or have questions around applying then attending one of these introductory sessions will be of benefit to you. A number of sessions will be run throughout the year to help support you in the application process, with the first three dates… Read more » about Applying for HEA Fellowship
Monthly Archives: October 2018
The latest edition of Journal of Promotional Communication focusses on Relationship Marketing. Follow this link: ttp://www.promotionalcommunications.org/index.php/pc/issue/view/18 Congratulations to the following colleagues who had work published: Sophia Carolina, James Harrison Francesca Wright Izzy Steer Laura Dodd Justin Baker Isabella Constantine Chris Bowditch Simrit Gill Iona Kelly and Megan Scott
SURE the research conference for undergraduate students across BU takes place on 20 March. Abstracts should be submitted by 20 December. Why not ask your dissertation students from last year if they want to come back to BU and present their work? A great opportunity for them to stay connected to us and to share… Read more » about SURE- research conference for undergraduate students-20th March.
Are you are interested in technology, be it augmented reality, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, holography or digital storytelling? Are you always thinking ahead, trying to understand what the next best piece of kit will be, or how to integrate tech into your teaching practice or your professional service? If that’s the case, why not join… Read more » about Animation, Simulation, Visualisation: Open Call for Working Group Members
The public engagement phase of the Virtual Avebury project, funded by AHRC and EPSRC, has now finished; more than 1,000 people have experienced the fully immersive opportunity to walk (and fly!) around Avebury as it may have looked circa 2,300 BCE. More than 700 people had the experience at Avebury between June – September, and… Read more » about Our early findings from Virtual Avebury – we mature ladies may just surprise you!
In conversation with David Lammy, MP – Friday 19th Oct 2018 (6.30pm) Register
You can live-stream a Panopto recording to your students in other rooms around campus or around the world. (click on the link below) How can I livestream as well as record my lecture in Panopto?
Last month, former CEL Research Fellow Dr Jacqueline Priego (currently Senior Lecturer in Social Psychology at the University of Portsmouth) and Professor Debbie Holley, Head of CEL, presented findings from their study “Students who bounce back: A research project with student carers at Bournemouth University”, as part of the Society for Research into Higher Education’s… Read more » about BU-funded research co-created with student carers featured in SRHE webinar
As you are probably aware, the HEA (now Advance HE) has, for the past 18 years, offered the opportunity for outstanding HE educators to be recognised as National Teaching Fellows. This is a hugely prestigious award that carries kudos both for the individual and her/his institution. This year, for the first time, BU was successful… Read more » about Aspiring National Teaching Fellows’ Networking Event, run by NTFs for aspiring NTFs
William Gompertz is the BBC’s Arts Editor and was previously the director of Tate Media. BU alumni Will agreed to share his expertise with 1000 students and members of the public who attended the prestigious annual BFX conference. The BXF Conference is hosted at the Bournemouth International Centre and is a unique event created and… Read more » about BBC Arts Editor beams into Bournemouth University