EduFest 2024 – Day 2

Join us for our annual Learning & Teaching Event, this in person event with various talks on teaching and learning with opportunities for discussion. Day 1 took place in February online and focused on Innovative teaching. Day 2 in person Celebratory event will take place on 14th May 2024.

About EduFest 2024

We look forward to the learning and celebrating some of the excellent work carried out at the University in this domain and hearing from some of our Teaching Award 2024 Winners, TDF project holders and other current teaching and learning initiatives. Along with lots of opportunity for networking.

9:30 –10:00  

Refreshments and networking  

Welcome address:- Professor Julian Chaudhuri, Pro VC (Education & Global) & Amber Snary, Education Officer 

10:00– 11:00  

Celebrating Teaching Award 2024 Presentations on Best Practice – Hear from the 2024 University Teaching Award winners

  1. Best Team – Design Team Studio, Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering
  2. Innovation – Dr Katharina Lenner, Department of Policy & Social Sciences
  3. Personal Tutor – Dr Gwen Scott, Department of Life Sciences
  4. Mary Tasker – Dr Touseef Mir, Department of Policy & Social Sciences
  5. Director of Studies – Dr Robert Grover, Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering
  6. Leadership – Professor Nathalia Gjersoe, Department of Psychology
  7. John Willis – Dr Adam Hahn, Department of Psychology
11:00 – 11:15   Comfort Break and refreshments
    Parallel Sessions    
11:15 – 12:00   VIP Presentations  

Teaching and Scholarship: the long but rewarding road to Professorship – Alan Hayes

Assessment & Feedback Leads

12:00– 13:45   Lunch and Network (10 West Level)
13:50 – 14:00   Afternoon Address – Dr Paul Chin, Head of Learning & Teaching
  14:00 – 14:40  

Introduction to CoPilot for Bing – TEL  

14:15– 15:15  

Enhancing Support for Postgraduates Who Teach (PGwT): Insights and Innovations from the University of Bath

Portfolio package to enable scalable delivery and dissemination of classroom based virtual drug discovery exercises with Bath and Beyond

Contextulising NUMBAS resources

Pioneering the Use of AI-based Software Development for CS education, and increasing Students’ Engagement and Satisfaction via inclusion of Modern Tool

TDF Sandpit    

International Perspectives on Decolonising the Curriculum featuring colleagues from PoLIS (University of Bath) and Stellenbosch University (South Africa).

Presentations, panel discussion and Q&A

More details here

Full Agenda Available to view here


9:30 AM - 4:00 PM


Main Campus (10W 2.47)


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