Rethinking Research Informed Teaching

Student work

05 Mar 2018

12pm to 2pm

At this lunch-time event, a panel of colleagues will outline a variety of ways in which they use ‘research’ to inform teaching or curriculum development. These examples will be used to open up discussion about what we might mean by research and how it does or can influence our approaches to educating students. Opportunities will be made for participants to reflect on how they make these connections in their own academic practice.   

Who should attend?
Any UAL colleague with a teaching and learning role who is interested in exploring relations between research and teaching.

  • Prof. Sonia Boyce RA, Chair in Black Art and Design at CCW and Principal Investigator on the AHRC Funded Black Artists and Modernism research project
  • Naomi Bulliard, Research and Innovation Project Manager, Black Artists and Modernism
  • Dr Pratap Rughani, Reader and Course Director of MA Documentary Film, London College of Communication
  • Elizabeth Staddon, Head of Arts Education, UAL
  • Ian Thompson, College Outreach Manager at CCW

Open to UAL staff only. Please reserve your place using the form below.