Research Events

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This page lists higher education research-related events at universities in the North West (England) – Bolton, Edge Hill, Huddersfield, Lancaster, Liverpool, Liverpool Hope, Liverpool John Moores, Manchester, Manchester Met, UCLan, Salford. To attend any of them, please click on the link and register, or contact the nominated person/hosting centre. note that this listing is constantly revised – new events are be added, and past events deleted, as the year goes on. 

***Please be aware that, due to the Covid Pandemic, all events are likely be online only for the foreseeable future. Please check the links for details.***

October 2021

28th, 13:00-14:15: ‘Developing a mentorship education programme for Sri Lankan nurses using international interprofessional collaboration’, Elaine Hill (UCLan). Educational Research, University of Central Lancashire. Attendance via this MS Teams link.

29th, 11:00: ‘Ordinary, everyday and lived citizenship: reconceptualising constructions of HE students’. Kirsty Finn and Nicola Ingram (Manchester Metropolitan University). Manchester Institute of Education, University of Manchester. Attendance via this Zoom link; contact Sylvie Lomer for a copy of the draft paper in advance.

November 2021

3rd, 12:30-14:00: Adult education and learning – a chance for educationally disadvantaged? A Russian example, Natalia Karmaeva (Institute of Education, HSE University, Moscow) and Yuliya Kosyakova (Institute for Employment Research, Nuremberg). Department of Educational Research, University of Lancaster.

4th, 13:00-14:15: Evolving Interprofessional Education in Changing times, Dawne Gurbutt (UCLan). Educational Research, University of Central Lancashire. Attendance via this MS Teams link.

23rd, 12:00-13:30: The shifting subjectification of the ‘widening participation’ student: the affective world of the ‘deserving’ consumer. Dr Emily Danvers and Dr Tamsin Hinton-Smith (University of Sussex). Higher Education Research Group, Edge Hill University. Book via this link

24th, 18:00-19:00pm: Decolonising Critique and the Educated Subject. Mark Jackson (University of Bristol). Centre for Educational Research (CERES), Liverpool John Moores University.

25th, 13:00-14:15: What good is “STEM”: How an acronym fails science and engineering education in the UK, Rory McDonald (UCLan). Educational Research, University of Central Lancashire. Attendance via this MS Teams link.

December 2021

2nd, 13:00-14:15: Capturing, exploring and understanding the experiences of undergraduate student nurses undertaking a Pre-registration nursing degree course: An Experience Based Co-design study, Sam Pollitt (UCLan). Educational Research, University of Central Lancashire. Attendance via this MS Teams link.

15th, 18:00-19:00: Creative approaches to autoethnography – using visual narratology to explore seeing and knowing. Anna Hunter (University of Law). Centre for Educational Research (CERES), Liverpool John Moores University.

January 2022

19th, 18:00-19:00: Navigating a culturally responsive form of character education: challenges and possibilities. Andrew Peterson (Birmingham University). Centre for Educational Research (CERES), Liverpool John Moores University.

February 2022

23rd, 18:00-19:00: Quality in initial teacher education: issues in processes and pedagogies from large scale programmes in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, UK and the USClare Brooks (University College London). Centre for Educational Research (CERES), Liverpool John Moores University.

April 2022

6th, 18:00-9:00: Critical-creative Pedagogies for Reimagining Higher Education, Anke Schwittay (University of Sussex). Centre for Educational Research (CERES), Liverpool John Moores University.

July 2022

4th-6th: Higher Education Close Up 10 Conference: Critical approaches to close-up higher education research, Department of Educational Research, University of Lancaster.