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UCL Connected Curriculum Fellows



6 new seconded CC Fellows for 2017-2018

By Brent Carnell, on 25 October 2017

This new academic year sees six new seconded members of staff working on the Connected Curriculum. At the moment, the Fellows are thinking about their plans of action — how best they can make an impact on education in their areas of UCL. Everyone will contribute to a larger Connected Curriculum research project, which seeks to measure the impact of curriculum development in practice, but there are a range of approaches planned. For instance Dr Henry Lancashire is putting together a project investigating student and alumni perceptions of research-based education principles in medical education. As well as contributing to the research project, all Fellows aim to make an impact through the following: producing Quick Guides — short intros to help colleagues developing their provision; engaging colleagues in Connected Curriculum through meetings, workshops, and one-on-one support; offering feedback on Annual Student Experience Review Connected Curriculum enhancement plans; hosting a UCL Arena Exchange Event; contributing to this blog; and writing a manuscript for an education-focused journal. Fellows will also use the secondment to write an application for Arena Fellowship.

The CC Fellows for 2017-2018:

  • Dr Nephtali Marina-Gonzalez, UCL Division of Medicine
  • Dr Michael Short, Bartlett School of Planning
  • Dr Henry Lancashire, UCL Division of Surgery
  • Dr Folashade Akinmolayan, Department of Chemical Engineering
  • Dr Julie Evans, UCL Brain Sciences
  • Dr Tabitha Tuckett, UCL Library Services

Read more about the new cohort of CC fellows, as well as the impact of last year’s group

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