Wednesday 10 December sees this year's graduation ceremony for postgraduates in the faculty. A reception for staff, graduands and their guests will be held at 2.15pm in the LEC atrium before the ceremony. Please come and congratulate the graduands!
Full details of talks for this year's SciTech Christmas Conference are now available.
The invited speaker for our 2008 conference is Peter Cotgreave, Director of Public Affairs for The Royal Society. Peter's talk, Why should scientists bother getting involved in public affairs?, will discuss the influence that scientists can have, collectively or individually, on policy-making.
The day will also include the Grad School poster competition, with posters from across the faculty on display.
All faculty members are welcome. More details of talks and times are on the faculty website.
If you are using technology in a particularly innovative way in your teaching and learning, we would like to hear from you.
We are looking for colleagues who might be developing technology in their teaching or for those who are applying/adapting existing technology in particularly novel ways. We want to identify areas of innovation from across the faculty, promote it and learn from it. If you would like others to know about the work in your area, then please write a short article (no more than 300 words) outlining the following:
Articles will be judged by the Vision Project Steering Group and the winning ones will be included in the new faculty teaching and learning newsletter to be launched in early 2009.
Please send your statements to Jane Taylor, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Teaching.
The deadline for this call is Friday 12 December.
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