The summer graduation ceremonies will take place from Monday 18 - Friday 22 July 2016. The breakdown of which courses will go through in each of the ceremonies has now been confirmed. Click here to view the summer ceremony breakdown.
Thursday 14 July - Insights into why secondary school students choose careers, courses and Universities
This CLIPP CPD seminar event chaired by Dr Frank Eperjesi in a round table discussion with Colin Parker, Head Teacher of King Edward VI Aston School, a member of the Department for Education’s professional conduct panel, mentor for two recently appointed head teachers in his role as an accredited professional partner and member of Aston University’s Council. A number of topics will be discussed, such as how students choose careers and why, where do they look for information, and how do students view University lecturers. To book your place, please contact Marika Jones.
Wednesday 20 July - The Learning Development Centre wants to hear from you
Library, 2 - 4pm
The LDC supports Aston students and staff in many ways. If you would like to find out more about the LDC and have the opportunity to discuss how the LDC can work with you, you are invited to join the team for this drop-in session. Please email the centre if you would like to attend: email@example.com. If you are unable to attend but would like to find out more about the service, email the department and a colleague will be happy to talk to you when convenient.
10am - 1pm
This new three hour CPD session will address three key areas of personal tutoring at Aston University. It will also develop an understanding of current polices and resources to support personal tutors, and finally, look at how Aston will be enhancing institutional practice. The workshop will be facilitated by Dr Julian Lamb and James Moran from CLIPP. Places can be booked through staff development on CORE or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday 27 July - REO Coffee Morning for Early Career Researchers
10am – 12 noon
The Research and Enterprise Office (REO) is holding a coffee morning for Aston’s early career researchers. The drop-in session will allow you to meet the REO team and find out how they can support early career researchers, over tea and cake with colleagues from around the university. All research staff are welcome to join. Although the event is informal, we need to know numbers for catering, so please email REO@aston.ac.uk to register your attendance.