Higher Education SIG Past Events

Event: ‘Uncovering Creative Intuitions’ – A webinar with Dr Gillian Lazar

On 6th November 2020, Gillian Lazar presented to the Department of Applied Linguistics and Communication at Birkbeck University on the topic ‘Uncovering Creative Intuitions’. What happens when we write materials for language learning, whether professionally for publication or for use with a particular group of learners we are teaching? This seminar will begin by providing … Continue reading Event: ‘Uncovering Creative Intuitions’ – A webinar with Dr Gillian Lazar

The Power of Play in Higher Education Roundtable: Where do we go next? Free CHEF Webinar, 3-5pm Monday 30th November

For more information and to sign up click here. Registration deadline: Please no later than November 25th, 2020, at 23.59 Central European Time (CET) Time: November 30th, 2020, at 15.00-17.00 Central European Time (CET)  Max. participants: 120 Chair: Rikke Toft Nørgård, Associate Professor, Aarhus University, Denmark The Power of Play Roundtable marks the conclusion of this autumn’s Playful Webinar … Continue reading The Power of Play in Higher Education Roundtable: Where do we go next? Free CHEF Webinar, 3-5pm Monday 30th November

Webinar: The challenges of research and publishing in learning and teaching in higher education

Wednesday 15 July 2020 at 10:30am The following webinar will be given by Professor David Boud,Work and Learning Research Centre at Middlesex, and renowned international researcher: Being scholarly about ones teaching is normal business for us all. The increasing expectation of academics is not only that they are on top of their subject but also on … Continue reading Webinar: The challenges of research and publishing in learning and teaching in higher education

Philosophy and Theory of HE Conference: UNIVERSITIES UNDER SIEGE? 19-20 October 2020

4th annual Philosophy and Theory of Higher Education Conference 19–20 October, 2020, Uppsala University, Sweden “the crisis of the university” is a familiar topos in contemporary discussions about higher education. It is said that the University is facing untold threats from, inter alia, the anti-intellec- tualism of populist politicians and authoritarian regimes, the commodification of knowledge … Continue reading Philosophy and Theory of HE Conference: UNIVERSITIES UNDER SIEGE? 19-20 October 2020

Event: International diversity management – Issues, experiences and implications

Date & time: 9th January, 2018; 12.30pm-5pm Location: Boardroom, Middlesex University, London This seminar will offer opportunities to discuss how organisations from a range of sectors manage their international diversity strategies; the issues and concerns they confront; their experiences; and the impact they achieve. The seminar goal is to seek to develop a best practice … Continue reading Event: International diversity management – Issues, experiences and implications

Event: Consumer behaviour in HE – a seminar with Professor Jane Hemsley-Brown

Date & time: 22nd November, 1-2pm Location: Middlesex University – Vine VG06 Jane Hemsley-Brown, Professor & Associate Dean (International), University of Surrey. BA Hons (London), MA, PhD (S’ton), Adv.Dip Mgt, CertEd, FHEA, AMRS The first seminar in this years Higher Education SIGN seminar series Biography: Jane held a number of Principal and Senior Research fellow … Continue reading Event: Consumer behaviour in HE – a seminar with Professor Jane Hemsley-Brown

Event: Trust, Happiness and Well-Being in HE

Date & time: 31st August – 1st September 2016 Location: New College, Oxford University ~~Attendance by invite only~~ This symposium will consider the concepts of trust, happiness and well-being in higher education. The goal of the symposium is to push forward the idea of higher education from an innovative and distinctive perception and to develop a … Continue reading Event: Trust, Happiness and Well-Being in HE