|9.20-9.30||& Welcome||Room G21|
|9.30-10.30||Keynote - Susan Wright (Aarhus): title tbc||Room G21|
|10.50-12.20||Panel Session 1
Panel 1: The language of engagement
Rachel Bower (Sheffield Hallam): The perception of ‘value’ in the ‘student experience’ in the new HE fee regime: a discourse analysis of non-specialist language learners
Chrissie DaCosta (Christ Church): Student engagement and targeted interventions: a mismatched approach?
Sarah Hayes (Aston): Performing, not simply representing student engagement
|Panel 2: Engaging pedagogies
Elaine Campbell (Northumbria): Colleague? Mentor? Friend? An autoethnographic explanation of how student engagement through experiential education enables a different narrative of good teacherhood
Colin Bryson, Fae Rinaldo-Langridge and Fanny Albert (Newcastle): Challenging the appropriation of ‘student engagement’ through a radical education project
The Res-Sisters (Kirsty Morin): Collective Engagements: Consciousness-raising, ‘Co-mentoring’ and ‘Engaged Pedagogy’ in the context of HE reform
|12.30-1.20||Undergraduate students’ roundtable||Room G21|
|2.00-3.45||Panel session 2
Panel 3: Engagements, exclusions, activisms
Gill Rutherford (Otago): Return on investment in Higher Education: Questions of worth?
Vicky Mountford (Newcastle): Engaging Spaces… Studentification and student spaces and places
Emily Danvers & Jessica Gagnon (Sussex): Is ‘student engagement’ just a mirage? Revisiting the case for student activism
|Panel 4: Changing academic cultures
Sam Hillyard (Durham): The creation of resonances and experiences: an exploration of the student experience via non-representational and interactionist theoretical ideas
Anselma Gallinat (Newcastle): Student engagement in the management of accelerated change: Anthropological reflections on ‘project 2012’
Geoff Payne (Newcastle): ‘Quis Custodiet Ipsos Consumptores?’ Should we be satisfied with Student Satisfaction Surveys?
David Mills (Oxford): Skilling up or speeding up? Critical reflections on doctoral education
|4.00-5.00||Managing change in Higher Education – Closing Roundtable,
opening presentation by Simon Pallett (Dean of Undergraduate Studies in the HSS faculty, Newcastle)
|Optional dinner at the Broad Chare restaurant, Newcastle Quayside|
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