Hi everyone! So, I’m taking a bit of a risk with this blog post, and writing about history. Seeing as how this was my degree topic, and how I tend to blog off the cuff thoughts, I’m sure what I’m about to write is all explained, analysed and debunked by someone much cleverer than me. … More The past is a foreign country
This week see’s Bangor presented with all the brass-work polished, the carpets cleaned, and the flowers in bloom. Hordes of parents descend upon the College on the Hill, full of excitement and pride, as students face the culmination of their studies. With one fell wave of the Vice-Chancellor’s hat, students turn into graduates. Thinking back … More Graduation
So tonight was the Student Led Teaching Awards. Hundreds of students nominated loads of staff in different categories, highlighting the best of Bangor. I my line of work, I spend all of my time focusing on what can be improved. So sometimes it can be really refreshing to take a step backwards, and contextualise things … More The best of Bangor.
Warning – this post is a) exceptionally long and b) exceptionally long. Whilst I realise that both of those warnings area the same, it is such an important warning that it needs repeating twice. So today was the annual Quality Assurance Agency conference, held in the majestic Surgeon’s Hall in Edinburgh – a venue I … More Quality in Higher and Further Education