Hello! We wanted to introduce ourselves as your Race Equity Advocates (REAs) for the Business School: Ife and Gurbir. Ife is in her first year studying Psychology with Business Management. Gurbir is in her final year studying Economics and Politics.
We speak to Jacob Joseph (MSc FinTech Risk and Investment Analysis), President of the University of Sussex Blockchain Society, to find out more about what the society does and how you can get involved.
We spoke to Jonathan Mendes, President of the University of Sussex Business Society, to find out more about what the society does and how you can get involved, as well as advice for your wellbeing and staying connected during this difficult time.
Dr Youngha Chang, Lecturer in Innovation Management, SPRU, University of Sussex Business School, applied his own innovative thinking to overcoming the initial challenges of moving to a blended teaching environment at the start of semester one 2020. Youngha realised he was not alone and that colleagues right across the sector were all having to grapple with the same technological and teaching questions. Here he shares his experience with the practical steps he took to create the best blended learning environment he could for his students.
Dr Zahira Jaser, Deputy Director of the Sussex MBA and Assistant Professor in Organisational Behaviour, talks about the move to blended learning during Covid19 and overcoming the challenges that presented.
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