The Symposium will provide a rich discussion with peers and experts on leadership, course and assessment design, team working and professional skills and all involved in education and training of engineers.
The catalyst for this conference is a report, to be launched on 9th July, that lays out a framework for strategic changes and adjustments across four pillars of engineering education.
The first day of this two-day event will focus on the report, practice and the recommendations to address gaps in knowledge. The second day will provide a forum for conversations around inclusion across the four pillars. The aim is to build a community of practice to create and share good practice.
Submit an abstract here – We are looking for 16 contributions across leadership, innovations in curriculum and professional practice to stimulate workshop discussions.
Register here for this FREE event – note places are limited!
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Inclusive Engineering Symposium; 9/10 July 2018 – London
Registration and Call for Abstracts
The UCL Centre for Engineering Education, Katalytik and the Royal Academy of Engineering are pleased to announce their Inclusive Engineering Education symposium in London