The KentVision Programme has launched anew SharePoint site我们希望邀请您访问该网站以了解有关该计划的更多信息。
The University is going through a major business change programme in implementing a new student management system for the 2018-19 academic year. The new site is being launched to provide a resource for you as stakeholders.
There is information about the Programme, what we’re doing and the areas we’re working in, including a range of FAQ’s that could have the answers you’re looking for (but if not, we look forward to hearing from you!).
And it’s not just somewhere for a one off visit, we will be providing updates and adding more content all the time – it’ll be worth you coming back! We’ll keep in touch to let you know the best times to visit again.
KentVision Open Forum to be held in December. All Staff welcome – come along to find out more about KentVision, what we’re doing and what it means for you.
- 坎特伯雷 - 周三13thDecember, 2.30pm
- med– Thursday 14thDecember, 2.30pm
Room information and more to follow soon.
Elaine将提供关于在她身上发生的所有事情的更新Instagram,FacebookandTwitteraccounts. You can also ask her any questions you have about student life at Medway.
A mini-symposium on the theme of ‘Life after Death/Destiny’, with input from members of five World Faiths, will take place on Monday 6 November from 18.00-19.00 in Keynes Lecture Theatre 5.
Leaders of student faith groups and societies will also showcase some forthcoming events.
From 8 -13 December, BA (Hons) Fine Art 3rd year students will again be holding their annual interim show in the historic Chatham House on Rochester high-street.
The building, a Georgian brewery in the process of being restored, offers a series of extraordinary spaces over three floors, some undisturbed for decades. They include an intact 18th century wine cellar, a family chapel and grand formal staircase.
Last year’s show attracted over 200 visitors to the private view alone and grants 3rd year students a valuable opportunity to take their work into the ‘real’ world beyond their studios.
Working as a group, students curate, manage the budget and publicise the show gaining experience of a public audience and of working together in preparation for their final exhibition and degree show in May.
This year’s show opens on Friday 8 December running until Wednesday 13 December, 11.00-16.00, and is open to the public.
Colleagues are invited to attend the next session of the ‘New Approaches to Teaching for Experienced Staff at Kent’ taking place on Tuesday 7 November, 12.55-14.00 in the UELT Seminar Room.
Presented by Chloe Street Tarbatt, School of Architecture and winner of the Humanities Faculty Teaching Prize 2017.
On this basis, new strategies are being developed to enhance our student’s understanding of the educational opportunities afforded by this approach by raising awareness of the important dialogic learning that can take place through immersion in communities of practice, and through embedding reflective practice into our teaching and assessment processes.
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Last year the Medway Strategy Group challenged students from Kent School of Architecture (KSA) to suggest ways of improving connections between Pembroke (the Universities at Medway campus) and Chatham Historic Dockyard and creating a stronger sense of place at Medway.
根据KSA同事Chloe Street-Tarbatt和Jef Smith的监督，学生们在2017年5月底分组三天三天。这是一个非常有趣的设计挑战，结果非常令人印象深刻。
We would like as many Medway students and staff as possible to visit the exhibition and reflect on the students’ ideas.
We would also encourage feedback – comments can be left in the book provided.
Simon’s PhD project, considered industry in Roman Kent and the role of Roman Military therein, was entitled ‘Late Roman Kent’ and supervised by Dr Steve Willis. Last year, Simon published his first historical book, Sea Eagles of Empire: The Classis Britannica and the Battles for Britain (The History Press, 2016).
The event is part of the Londinium season, a series of events to tell the city’s Roman story. Tickets cost £5 (plus booking fee), which includes wine reception.
If you would like to follow Simon’s research, please go to his website at SimonElliott.net where you can sign up for his newsletter, orfollow him on twitter at @SimonElliott20.
The 2017 exhibitors include:
- Canterbury Christ Church University
- Chel-C UK Education Ltd
- Civil Service Fast Stream
- CRCC Asia
Intelligence Corps Engagement Team (British Army) Teach First Institute of Translation & Interpreting
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The world, and specifically the workplace, revolves around people. This short course in Organisational Psychology is for anyone with an interest in how people work, coupled with a desire to improve organisations and the working lives of the employees who inhabit them.
Course fee:£175 or £87.50 for Kent staff
The four sessions cover:
- Group decision-making;
- Selection and Assessment;
- Employee Health and Well-being; Equality and Diversity.
The focus will be on providing practical insights, tools and tips you can apply in the workplace or in everyday life.
Full details can be found at theTonbridge Centre webpagesunder the psychology heading.
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Come and join us to celebrate the launch on our new Ideas Café, Tuesday 31 October, 17.30-19.00 in the Templeman Lecturer Theatre.
我们的就职演讲的谎言,谎言和德mocracy!! Is democracy working?’ will explore the concept of democracy in the 21st century and ask whether lies, propaganda and fake news are among some of the key challenges of our age.
Stretch your mind on a wide range of topics and join the discussion in an engaging, informal and open community. Practice presentation and discussion skills in a safe environment. Open to everyone at the University of Kent
Search for Ideas Café on Facebook or visitour blog.