Catherine Lyall is Professor of Science and Public Policy at the University of Edinburgh. She is currently seconded to the Institute for Academic Development to contribute to the university's strategy for interdisciplinary research and to develop a range of new opportunities to support the work of interdisciplinary researchers. She is an experienced science policy researcher and evaluator of knowledge exchange and interdisciplinary research activities who has acted as a consultant to a number of public bodies including the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), Scottish Funding Council, the Higher Education Academy and the European Commission.
Thursday 17 March 2016
Interdisciplinary learning and teaching provision: findings from a UK study
Presented by: Professor Catherine Lyall, Professor of Science and Public Policy, University of Edinburgh
Date & Time:Thursday 17 March 2016, 1-2pm
Venue: Centre for Academic and Professional Development, Room3.11, Francis Bancroft Building, Queen Mary University of London Mile End campus.
Please register for this seminar via Eventbrite or email the CAPD at email@example.com – lunch will be provided for those who book, so please let us know if you have any specific dietary requirements.
About the seminar:
This talk will report on some of the findings from a study, commissioned by the UK Higher Education Academy, which sought to map the scale and type of current interdisciplinary provision within the UK; to assess future trends; and to identify some of the core principles and pedagogies supporting interdisciplinarity in undergraduate and postgraduate taught education.
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