The fourth Horizons in STEM Higher Education Conference will be be held at Kingston University on the 3rd-4th (Weds-Thurs) July 2019. The conference program is available here, and the abstract booklet with joining instructions is available here. Pre-reading for the session, Team Based Learning in Engineering, is available here.
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 inviting submissions that address general pedagogic themes within STEM and specific subject innovations/pedagogy.
Nona McDuff OBE
Director of Student Achievement, Kingston University “Closing the attainment Gap” Guardian University Award for Teaching Excellence 2017
Samantha Pugh NTF
Associate Professor in STEM Education, Leeds University “Reimagining Assessment in Higher Education”
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: 3 July – 4 July 2019
Where: Kingston University – conference registration details
How: The call for abstracts is 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.