This seminar explores student activism and students influencing institutional, national and societal politics. Current movements, events and research will be explored, including new ways, methods and organisations that students are involved in. Issues such as how institutions are reacting to, working with and engaging with students and/or disempowering students will be discussed. A particular focus will be on how students' activity in politics influences institutional decision-making, policies and the curriculum. Speakers will include students, student organisations, researchers and policy makers.
Alastair D. Robertson, Abertay University, Director of Teaching & Learning Enhancement, ESD Student Attitudes longitudinal survey from HEA and institutional initiatives
Andre Pusey, Lecturer, Built Environment and Engineering, Leeds Beckett University
Ben Glover, Post-Crash Economics Society, University of Manchester
Sarah Amsler, Reader, School of Education, University of Lincoln
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