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SRHE Newer Researcher Award 2020

the SRHE (Society for Research into Higher Education) are delighted to invite submissions to the 2020 SRHE Newer Researchers Award. The Society is jointly sponsoring with Routledge, Taylor & Francis, up to three prizes of £3,000 available for a research project of one year’s duration. These awards are intended to provide support for early stageRead More about SRHE Newer Researcher Award 2020.


Dean’s Bulletin No. 2 – October 2019

With a busy few months now behind us, our Dean of the Lincoln Academy of Learning and Teaching, Jasper Shotts has produced a 2nd issue of the Dean’s Bulletin, which provides you with updates into what has been happening in LALT recently and what projects and activities will be emerging in the coming months. ClickRead More about Dean’s Bulletin No. 2 – October 2019.


NTFS / CATE Briefing Session – 26th Nov.

The National Teaching Fellowship (NTF) Scheme celebrates and recognises individuals who have made an outstanding impact on student outcomes, excellent teaching and the teaching profession in higher education. The Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) recognises and rewards collaborative work that has had a demonstrable impact on teaching and learning. These schemes invite applications fromRead More about NTFS / CATE Briefing Session – 26th Nov..

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HEA Recognition D1 & D2 Support Session – 20th Nov.

This session will begin with a short introduction to applying for D1 or D2, tailored to the needs of attendees. It is recommended that you visit the HEAR Blackboard site in advance of the session, as the priority will be to answer attendee queries before moving to support attendees with drafting their applications. Those whoRead More about HEA Recognition D1 & D2 Support Session – 20th Nov..


UROS 2019 Exhibition showcase – 15th october

You are invited to attend an exhibition event showcasing the research that took place as a result of the various UROS funded projects during the last academic year. The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Scheme (UROS) at Lincoln is a competitive bursary scheme designed to encourage undergraduates to become involved with the research work of the University,Read More about UROS 2019 Exhibition showcase – 15th october.

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Are You Interested In Gaining National Teaching Recognition? – Briefing Session 17th July

LALT is hosting a briefing session on 17th July, 10-11:30, for colleagues to come along and find out more about both the NTF and CATE national schemes. The National Teaching Fellowship (NTF) Scheme celebrates and recognises individuals who have made an outstanding impact on student outcomes, excellent teaching and the teaching profession in higher education.Read More about Are You Interested In Gaining National Teaching Recognition? – Briefing Session 17th July.


IMPact Journal 1st Year Anniversary Celebration Event

The University’s journal of higher education research, IMPact, is marking its first anniversary. IMPact is an online open access journal established by the University’s Lincoln Higher Education Research Institute to provide a platform for sharing knowledge and innovations in teaching, learning and assessment. So far it has published three editions, and a student special edition,Read More about IMPact Journal 1st Year Anniversary Celebration Event.


There’s No Place Like Home: Justice, Migration & Arts | Mansions of the Future

There’s No Place Like Home is a three-day event taking place during 24th – 26th April at Mansions of the Future in Lincoln. It will comprise of an immersive installation by award-winning photographer Hoda Afshar; an artist talk with detainee, novelist and human rights activist Behrouz Boochani; readings by professional actors from Boochani’s prize-winning memoir No Friend But the Mountains;Read More about There’s No Place Like Home: Justice, Migration & Arts | Mansions of the Future.

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Team-Based Learning pre-conference workshops & Threshold Concepts Conference

The RAISE Network (Researching, Advancing & Inspiring Student Engagement) has brought to our attention that The European Team-Based Learning Community (ETBLC) is delighted to offer University colleagues and RAISE members the opportunity to learn about and experience Team-Based Learning (TBL), by booking onto 1 or 2 of the pre-conference workshops they are offering during WednesdayRead More about Team-Based Learning pre-conference workshops & Threshold Concepts Conference.

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Registration now open! CIHE Annual Conference 2019 – 10th July

CIHE (Centre for Innovation in Higher Education) are delighted to announce that registration is now open for their inaugural annual conference entitled ‘Creative Approaches to Pedagogic Research’. which will take place on Wednesday 10th July at Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge Campus). Please visit Anglia Ruskin’s online store to book your place. The keynote speakers are Prof Pauline Kneale (UniversityRead More about Registration now open! CIHE Annual Conference 2019 – 10th July.

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