Wednesday, 18 November 2015

FW: Open Lecture at University of Greenwich - Student engagement: the never ending story


Dear Colleagues,


You are all warmly invited to attend our next open public lecture on 25th Nov at 17.00 featuring Ellie Russell, from the National Union of Students (NUS). Ellie will present on student engagement and teaching excellence. 


The title of her talk is: Student engagement: the never ending story


Engaging students as partners is a very popular concept but very challenging to make a reality. As such it is easy for partnership to become a buzzword – something everyone agrees with without really knowing what it looks like in practice. This interactive lecture will explore different dimensions of student engagement and partnership in the context of a changing higher education landscape.


Ellie Russell is the Student Engagement & Partnership Manager for The Student Engagement Partnership, which supports, develops and promotes student engagement knowledge and practice in the higher education sector in England. TSEP is housed by NUS and funded by HEFCE, Guild HE and AoC. Ellie joined NUS in 2011 after graduating from the University of Leeds with a degree in Politics and Parliamentary Studies. During her studies Ellie completed placements in MP’s offices in Westminster and the Canadian Parliament and was a trustee of Leeds University Union from 2007- 2011. Prior to starting university, she held the elected position of Vice President (Further Education) of NUS from 2005- 2007.



Stockwell street Room S11_0004

10 Stockwell Street


London SE10 9BD


All welcome. No need to book.  


Travel info and maps:


For more information about our Open Lecture series 2015-16 see:


Best wishes




Dr Alice Lau (FHEA)

Senior Lecturer in Learning, Teaching and Professional Development

Educational Development Unit

University of Greenwich

Greenwich Campus

Old Royal Naval College

Park Row

London SE10 9LS

Telephone: + 44 (0)20 8331 9640




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