Recently added information:

We are delighted that the following plenary talks will form part of this year’s conference: Sarah Davies, JISC, Can technology deliver on its promises of personalised and flexible learning? Dylan Williams, University of Leicester, National Teaching Fellow, Context and Problem Based Learning: An Integrated Approach. More details can be found here:

The provisional programme for this year’s conference at the University of Hull can be viewed here.

Full joining information will be sent out shortly to those who have registered. In the meantime, information that may prove helpful for planning can be found here.

We are delighted to announce that the third Horizons in STEM Higher Education Conference will be held at the University of Hull in 2018. With the aims of “Making Connections, Innovating and Sharing Pedagogy”, the conference programme is designed to encourage discussions both within and between STEM discipline areas, by including subject based and pedagogic/innovation theme based contributions.

What: The conference will provide the opportunity for staff and students from across the tertiary education sector to share their teaching and learning innovation, pedagogic research and scholarship practice.

When: 28 June – 29 June 2018

Where: The University of Hull

Conference registration is now open and will close on 11th June 2018. We encourage early registration, with an early-bird rate available for full conference registrations paid for in full by the 21st May 2018. More details about the conference registration and accommodation can be found here.

How: The call for papers is now closed. The deadline for submission of abstracts was March 19th 2018.

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More details about last years 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.