On 28th June, we welcomed 200 students, staff, and stakeholders within and beyond higher education to the University of Portsmouth for a day long conference to celebrate the first year of the Office for Students funded, attainment gaps focused Changing Mindsets project.
The report includes initial, mid-project findings and recommendations as well as detailed intervention stories from the first year of the two year project from each of the five university partners, the University of Portsmouth, the University of the Arts London, the University of Brighton, Canterbury Christ Church University, and the University of Winchester.
In this short series of interviews, Vikki Hill and Dr Gurnam Singh navigate key themes of the Changing Mindsets project – risk, intelligence and belonging – and consider their powerful impact to ensure equitable outcomes for students in higher education.
Author: Maisha Islam, University of Winchester This blog piece will reflect upon the 2018 Changing Mindsets Mid-Project Conference from my perspective as both a delegate and student panellist from the University of Winchester. The conference was held on a sunny
Author: Juan Batley, Learner Analytics Specialist, University of Portsmouth What is Learner Analytics? Students provide their universities with a lot of data. However, how many Universities can say that all of the data collected adds value to and improves the student
On 28th June, we welcomed 200 students, staff, and stakeholders within and beyond higher education to the University of Portsmouth for a day long conference to celebrate the first year of the Office for Students funded, attainment gaps focused Changing
Author: Vikki Hill, Project Officer – University of the Arts London In this short series of interviews, Vikki Hill (Project Associate: Changing Mindsets) and Dr Gurnam Singh (Principal Lecturer in Social Work at Coventry University and Visiting Fellow for Race
Author: Karl C. Alvestad, Project Officer – University of Winchester As the first year of the Changing Mindsets Project is drawing to a close, and as the evaluation of the first cohort are underway, we are preparing for sharing some
Author: Arif Mahmud, Project Officer – University of Portsmouth Creativity and innovation are words that are used frequently throughout higher education. This cannot only be directed towards students and their approaches to learning and career prospects but also towards staff
Author: Ebunlomo Azeez, VP Student Experience, University of Brighton Ebunlomo Azeez is the current Vice President Academic Experience at the Brighton Student’s Union. She graduated with a first class law degree in 2017 at the age of 19. She is passionate about
Author: E Okobi, MSc Student – London College of Fashion, UAL E Okobi is currently studying an MSc Applied Psychology in Fashion at the London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London (UAL). In this article, E explores the meaning of