Student Experience Research Symposium
The Centre for Higher Education Research (CHER) and Medical Education Research Group (MERG) present a research symposium on the ‘Student Experience‘.
The speakers will be presenting their research on various aspects of the student experience which has implications for policy and practice.
2pm to 2.05pm Welcome and introduction – Anita Laidlaw and Ken Mavor (CHER co-directors)
2.05pm to 3pm Strategies from Down Under to Enhance the Student Experience – Natalie Colson (School of Medical Science, Griffith University, Australia)
3pm to 3.30pm Refreshment break
3.30pm to 4pm Student wellbeing: from research to best practice – Paula Miles (School of Psychology and Neuroscience, University of St Andrews)
4pm to 4.30pm Levelling the playing field between rural schools and urban schools in a HE context: a Scottish case study – Laurence Lasselle (School of Management, University of St Andrews)
Location: Seminar room 2, School of Medicine Building
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