Posts By: Charlotte Martin

Funds now available to support Global Staff Mobility: Erasmus+

Global staff mobility, including training and teaching, leads to professional development and networking and brings great value to BU and our students, whilst offering invaluable international experience. We are pleased to announce that staff, both academic and professional support, can now apply for funds to support these activities through Erasmus+, under the Global Staff Mobility… Read more »

TEF and NSS: A managerial view

Speaker: Prof. Ferrante Neri Location: Inspire Lecture Theatre, Bournemouth University Date & Time: 30th of August, 11:00 Overview: The Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) has recently become a fundamental exercise for British institutions since it directly affects the prestige of an institution and likely has an important impact on the students’ enrollment. Broadly the six metrics affecting the TEF… Read more »

Internal call for Funding: Student Access, Success and Progression – deadline 12.00 noon Friday 31 August

Colleagues, The University’s Access, Excellence and Impact Committee (AEIC) was formed in 17/18, and its purpose is: ‘To lead activities in relation to education access, excellence and impact; targeting the highest levels of achievement and benefits to applicants, students and the University.’ We are now seeking proposals for projects which support the University in addressing… Read more »

Millennials Vs Baby Boomers – Connecting the divide

A much needed Education Reform Act (1988) was implemented within all schools in England and Wales making ICT a compulsory subject. Millennials have had a much wider range of opportunities presented to them through the advancements of technology and have grown up incorporating it into their lives. However, a whole generation of baby boomers were… Read more »

Applications are open for the PGCert in Education Practice

New academic staff are expected to undertake the PGCert and it may form part of the probation terms. It is free for BU staff, both academic and professional, however, the line manager must formally agree to support their studies, and there is a section on the application form that needs completing. Partner colleges can arrange… Read more »

Enterprise challenges in Psychology: enhancing psychological literacy through entrepreneurial learning.

You are invited to a free seminar hosted by the Psychology Dept at Bournemouth University. Dr Patrick Rosenkranz from Newcastle University will be speaking about Enterprise challenges in Psychology: enhancing psychological literacy through entrepreneurial learning. The talk will be held on Wednesday 28th March at 3-4pm At Bournemouth University Talbot Campus, Room F205 (Fusion Building), Fern Barrow, Poole, BH12 5BB.  … Read more »

Mind the gap: Exploring students experiences of their transition from school to university

Socio-emotional intelligence within Higher Education is Dr Camila Devis-Rozental’s area of expertise. Within her research she identified that the university environment, its organisation and staff have an impact on the development of students’ SEI. Since transitions are difficult and can affect students’ sense of self, confidence and motivation, this symposium aimed at university staff explores the… Read more »

Call for papers for World Renewable Energy Congress by 15 May 2018

Final Call for Abstracts – World Renewable Energy Congress 2018 Monday 30 July – Friday 3 August 2018 Venue: Penrhyn Road campus, Penrhyn Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 2EE Price: Please see conference flyer for prices Register your attendance by email > Kingston University is hosting this year’s World Renewable Energy Congress at Penrhyn… Read more »

Applying for HEA Fellowship – Writing Retreat

These half day sessions are for colleagues who have already considered which level of Fellowship they want to apply for and are either ready to start writing their application or need some dedicated time to continue or finalise it ready for submission. A TeachBU mentor will be on hand to answer any questions and colleagues… Read more »