REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
Date: Thu, 17 May 2018, 12:00 – Fri, 18 May 2018, 13:00
Venue: York St John University
Theme: Plotting a course through REF and TEF
Key Speakers: Prof. Anne Boddington (Kingston University and Chair of the Arts & Design UoA), Kim Hackett (Research Manager HEFCE/Research England), Prof. Susan Orr (Chair of Arts TEF panel), Ed Marsh (Chief Exec Officer, Middlesex SU), Diana Beech (HEPI), Prof. Clare Milsom (Liverpool John Moores), Prof. Neil Ward (DVC/PVC-Academic Affairs at UEA)
Thursday 17 May
12 noon – Light lunch and Registration
1.15 – 2.25 Session 1
3.45 – 4.45 Session 2
Friday 18 May
9.00 Coffee and networking
9.30 – 10.30 Session 3
10.30 Coffee and networking
11.00 – 12.30 Session 4
12.30 Light lunch
Date: Friday 3rd November 2017 (10am-3.30pm)
Venue: Senate House, University of London
Theme: The ‘Ins and Outs’ of Higher Education: Recruitment, Admissions and Graduate Outcome
- Margaret Farragher, Head of Policy and Qualifications, UCAS
- British Academy Flagship Project’s Team (Celebrating Skills in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences)
Date: 12th May 2017
Venue: Bloomsbury Room, Senate House, London
Theme: Managing in a Time of Change
- Dr Diana Beech (HEPI): “The main challenges and opportunities facing UK universities today”
- Dr David Morris (Wonkhe): “What the TEF is going on? Breaking down the motives, methods and maneuverings around TEF”
- Professor Jackie Labbe (University of Sheffield): “The Future of Modern Languages”
- Professor Jane Longmore (Vice Chancellor, University of Chichester): “The HE Trailblazer Apprenticeship programme”
Booking Now Open
Date: 12th-13th May 2016
Projected Venue: Grand Connaught Rooms, Central London
Theme: The Election: One Year On
- Nicola Dandridge, Chief Executive Universities UK
- Professor James Wilsdon
- Laura Dyer, Executive Director Arts Council England
- Chris Millward HEFCE Director (Policy)
- Policy Futures Round-table
With a focus on policy change and challenges for Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities.
Programme runs from lunchtime to lunchtime (12-13th May), and includes Conference Dinner with guest speaker Rick Rylance on 12th May.
Members fee £125 (including conference dinner)
Date: 6th November 2015
Venue: Mary Ward House, Tavistock Place, Central London
Theme: ACCESS and DIVERSITY
Member’s Fee: £45
Non-Member’s Fee: £100
Key Speakers: Mary Curnock Cook (UCAS), Averil Macdonald and Susan Bruce (Gender Equality/Athena Swan), Imran Awan (BCU)
9.30 Registration, refreshments and networking
10.00 Session 1: Mary Curnock Cook (UCAS) – UCAS Update: Progression and participation for ASSH students (45 minute presentation plus table discussion)
11.15 Break for refreshments
11.45 Session 2: Averil Macdonald and Susan Bruce – Athena Swan (45 minute presentation plus discussion)
13.00 Networking lunch & AGM
14.00 Imran Awan (BCU) – Prevent: Implications for Humanities and Social Sciences
We are sorry to announce that due to the low numbers of members registering for the May conference, we have had to make the difficult decision to cancel it.
We would like to thank everyone again for the various ways through which they agreed to support the event, and we hope that it can be arranged for a future occasion.
We are communicating with all participants to arrange any recompense.
The DASSH-UK Annual Conference will take place 15-16th May at Regent’s University London.
The 2014 conference entitled Shifting Landscapes will include talks covering the following topics:
Restructuring academic provision – the strategic and legal issues
Developing a successful enterprise culture among academic staff
Persuading debt-laden students graduating in 2015 that PG studies are worth the investment
Understanding the strategic impact of the removal of the cap on student numbers in 2015/16
The conference dinner will take place on Thursday 15th May.
For the full program and ticket bookings please visit the booking site for booking information.
If you have any questions please contact Sarah Rimmo-Toure by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0207 815 5743.