Call for contributions for RAISE 2015 #yam


Dear Colleagues

We invite you to submit contributions to the Researching, Advancing & Inspiring Student Engagement (RAISE) Conference for 2015. Please pass on to non-members of the list.
We particularly welcome submissions from students (full-time students pay no delegate fees)

RAISE 2015 – Student Engagement: Inspiring Innovation

Dates: 10 – 11 September 2015

Location: Nottingham Trent University


The conference aims to offer a forum and platform showcasing practice and research about student engagement. Staff in all roles, all students, and others interested in university and college education are welcome to contribute. We can accept a range of modes of submission (including remote participation and contribution – subject to practicality)

For our main theme in 2015 we want to showcase creative and innovative practices, policies, and ideas. We want to hear about novel and radical approaches – the sort of ideas that inspire students and staff and refresh our thinking. Moreover we want to encourage you to collaborate and integrate your approaches too. We would love to see these creative and novel approaches being mainstreamed across disciplines, universities and the sector. In tune with our theme we also welcome innovative and creative ways of presenting your work at the conference itself.

Full details on themes and how to submit:

To contact us raise

Important dates
4 February 2015 First call for contributions
27 March 2015 Deadline contributions submission
15 May 2015 Announcement of acceptance to contributors
22 May 2015 Conference registration opens with ‘early bird’ rates
3 July 2015 Deadline for ‘early bird’ rates
31 July 2015 Conference registration last day
10-11 September 2015 Conference

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