Posts from September 2018

Take a look at Charlie's short article on how she became published! 
I was writing an assignment in my second year which included a reflection about a time where I was ageist. It really made me stop and think about my actions in everyday life in particular how someone could show ageist discrimination without intending it to be that way. 
After it was marked I got an email form a very supportive lecturer, Catharine Jenkins, asking and encouraging me to send it off to a journal to see if it could be published. I really didn’t think it would even be considered as I was convinced nobody would ever want to read anything that had written but I was inspired by her enthusiasm and thought it would be worth a shot while help was being offered. 
A unique programme at Birmingham City University, designed to support and develop the skills of high achieving students, has won a national teaching award. 
Following a rigorous peer review and selection process, the High Achievers Recognition Scheme (HARS), based in the institution’s Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences, has been recognised with a Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE). 
The Scheme is open to all eligible students who achieve good academic results, and to those who have made significant educational progress whilst studying at Birmingham City University. 
This is your chance to come a long, meet like minded people , chat to the HARs team, talk to the HARs scholars and find out all about what this scheme is and how it can support you into 2018-19 and beyond. 
11:00 - 2:00 PM  
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