On the 6 April WiES will host the first of two workshops that looks at equality, diversity, inclusion and accessibility in Higher Education.
The workshop will use the University of Manchester as a case study to explore the diverse aspects of connectivity through leadership, teaching, learning and workings of our institution explore co-production of knowledge and practices by members of the UoM community identify synergies, interactions, and conflicts of EDIA to connectedness and inclusivity and, act on co-created ways to redress them aim to promote genuine inclusion and diversity in real life.
The workshop will be a mix of guest presentations and knowledge exchange sessions and is open to all.
- Ms. Adèle MacKinlay, Director of People and Organisational Development
- Dr Jen O’Brien , Principal Fellow of Advance HE and Senior Lecturer in Human Geography
- Karen Devine, Director of External Affairs for the British Ecological Society
- Dr Cecilia Medupin, Senior Lecturer, Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences
Workshop 1 – 6 April 10am-3pm Simon Building- Theatre C, University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester
Workshop 2 – 15 June 10am-3pm Roscoe Building- Theatre B, University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester
More information and registration details here.