This year’s conference aims to provide higher education staff with an opportunity to discuss the issues surrounding the globalisation of higher education, celebrate successes, learn from each other, and critically evaluate their own practice. It is a forum for staff to showcase their achievements and enthuse us all to enhance the student experience, and break down barriers to learning in a global context.
Speakers: Our first keynote is Professor Chris Shiel Director of the Centre for Global Perspectives at Bournemouth University. Her keynote will challenge us to consider how we prepare our graduates to be global citizens.
Our second keynote is Dr David Law Pro Vice-Chancellor (Students and External) at Edge Hill University in the hinterland of Liverpool. Leading on the development and implementation of the University’s internationalisation strategy will be the focus of his keynote.
Workshops: There will also be workshops on a variety of global themes. These are mainly presented by Middlesex University staff. Three of the breakout workshops will be presented by external leaders in the global and international education field.
Location: Hendon campus, various rooms
CERS presents Dr Leena Robertson and Dr Zinnia Mevawalla
Connie Farr from ThinkSync Music joins the Department of Performing Arts to examine the different aspects of “music supervision”
From mini-epics to spoiler alerts: 100 years of trailer discourse and the future of trailer studies - a research seminar with Keith M. Johnson
From 25 -26th January meet Middlesex staff from our regional office at this 2 day event in Praha, Czech Republic.