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A student led session on reviving curiosity and student engagement

First year student reps, Ismah Irsalina Binti Irwandy and Liv Camacho Wejbrandt, co-developed and delivered a workshop for lecturers at the Engineering and Informatics Teaching and Learning Away Day. Here they explain the part they played in developing the session,

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Student engagement is key for inclusive curriculum (re)design

Katerina Psarikidou and Alejandro Luna Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex Business School  Katerina Psarikidou is Lecturer in Sustainable Development at the Science Policy Research Unit. She is the University of Sussex Business School PRME Champion, a UN initiative

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Interdisciplinary learning in the Liberal Arts

A Liberal Arts student meeting at the Shard In this case study, Dr Doug Haynes, Reader in American Literature and Visual Culture, discusses the creation of the interdisciplinary Liberal Arts BA at Sussex.  What we did  In collaboration with an

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Centering the student voice in module content and design

Dr Carli Rowell at the Sussex Teaching Festival In this case study, Dr Carli Rowell, senior lecturer in Sociology at Sussex, shares her experience of co-creating a Sociology module with first-generation, working-class students. What I did I worked with first-generation,

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Now is the time to end awarding gaps in UK universities

Guest post by Mark Clark (Senior Lecturer in Management) Since 2015, Mark has been based at the University of Sussex as a Senior lecturer in the Business School within the Management department. During this time, he has achieved SFHEA and

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LPS 2021 Employability showcase: making a difference through co-creation

Guest post by Jeanette Ashton. Jeanette Ashton is a Lecturer in Law (Education and Scholarship) and a Non-Practising solicitor, having joined the University of Sussex after 8 years at Brighton University.  She is Employability lead for the Law School, leads the

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The ‘Law’ Critique and Question Reading and Writing Group: a space to connect ‘with’ rather than ‘for’ students

Guest post by Verona Ní Drisceoil (Senior Lecturer in Law, Sussex Law School) and year 1 students Ayodele Idowu-Bello, Tyrone Logue, Plum Philips, Judith Ohen and Miles Ratcliffe. Verona Ní Drisceoil is a Senior Lecturer in Law (Education and Scholarship) at

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