Update due to COVID-19:
We hope you are all keeping safe. Due to current social distancing guidelines, we will not be able to host a physical conference at the University of Nottingham this year as planned.
However, we are committed to keeping the learning dialogue open with our STEM community, and as such will host a free online interim event on 1st and 2nd (Weds-Thurs) July 2020.
See the Conference Programme.
Please note that the following presentation is now scheduled for Thursday 2nd July, 10:30-10:50.
|Student Support (CH) (parallel session)|
|Developing teaching approaches to support students in higher education|
Review the Abstracts Booklet.
Our plenary speakers are: Mariann Rand-Weaver (Brunel University London); Myles Smith-Thompson (Open University Students Association) & Afua Acheampong (Nottingham Trent Students’ Union); Rachel Bolton-King (Staffordshire University)
With the aims of “Making Connections, Innovating and Sharing Pedagogy”, the conference programme is designed to encourage discussions both between and within STEM discipline areas. We invite submissions that address general pedagogic themes and subject-specific innovations/pedagogy, where the latter will also be of interest to a wider STEM audience.
What: The conference provides an opportunity for staff and students from across the tertiary education sector to share their teaching and learning innovation, pedagogic research and scholarship practice.
When: 1 July – 2 July 2020
Where: Online, through MS Teams.
More details about our fourth Horizons in STEM conference, held at Kingston University can be found here.
More details about our third Horizons in STEM conference, held at the University of Hull can be found here.
More details about our second Horizons in STEM conference, held at Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh can be found here.
More details about our first Horizons in STEM conference, held at the University of Leicester in June 2016 can be found here.