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9/7/2018 10:309/7/2018 20:00Inclusive Engineering Education SymposiumRoyal Academy of Engineering, Prince Philip House, 3 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5DG
The UCL Centre for Engineering Education, Katalytik and the Royal Academy of Engineering are pleased to announce their Inclusive Engineering Education symposium in London on the 9 and 10 July 2018. The Symposium will provide a rich discussion with peers and experts on leadership, course and assesment design, team working and professional skills. The catalyst for this conference is a report, to be launched on 9 July, that lays out a framework for strategic changes and adjustments across four pillars of engineering education.
The first day of this two day event will be held at the Royal Academy of Engineering. It will focus on the report, practice and the recommendations to address gaps in knowledge. The second day will be held at the Faculty of Engineering Sciences, University College London and will provide a forum for conversations around inclusion across the four pillars. The aim is to build a community of practice to create and share good practice. The organising committee invites short talks to share knowlege and outcomes of pilots and embedded programmes with the aim of raising standards across courses.
To view the full two-day programme, please click here.
If you wish to attend this event, registration is required. For more information or further assistance please contact Jan Peters.