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9.30am Registration, refreshments, selecting streams (please list your name on the relevant booking sheets) Atrium in Churchill.

10.00am Welcome (Room CCU 009)

10.15am Conference keynotes chaired by Professor Chris Jones, Executive Dean (Room CCU 009)

Dr Anne Pässilä - Collective voicing: reflexivity, research and breaking new ground

Dr Paula Nottingham, Middlesex University - Graduate Perspectives on Professional Artefacts: Engaging with the Audience

Professor Peter Shaw - Growing your personal impact

11.30am Panel Provocations and Q&A Chaired by Professor Chris Jones, Executive Dean (Room CCU 009)

12.00pm Lunch (Brasserie) and  Demonstrations (CCU002 and CCU005)

12.30pm

Track 1.A (Room CCU006)

12.30pm

Track 2.A (Room CCU007)

12.30pm

Track 3.A (Room CCU014)

  • Workplace and business education (Chairing: Dr Dave Perrin)
  • Workplace ambidexterity, resilience and wellbeing (Chairing: Prof Paul Manning)
  • Marketing and enterprise (Chairing: Ying Zhao, supported by Prof Danny Moss)

Transitions and student wellbeing: The role of Independent learning skills.

Adapting appreciative inquiry in work-based learning projects: findings and insights.

Sustainability in the professional accounting and finance curriculum: an exploration.

Tussles with ambidexterity: The case of managers of health professional education.

A story from the dark side of education: a performance.

Middle managers managing stress in the social housing sector. 

An exploration of Public Relations Leadership

Immigration entrepreneurship from an entrepreneurial learning perspective.

Reflections on using Social Network Analysis of Twitter connections in Alternative Food Networks in Chester, UK and Ballarat, Australia: A participant selection strategy.

1.40pm    Refreshments & Networking (Atrium)

2.00pm

Track 1.B (Room CCU006)

2.00pm

Track 2.B (Room CCU007)

2.00pm

Track 3.B (Room CCU014)

  • Workplace and business education (Chairing: Dr Dave Perrin)
  • Workplace ambidexterity, resilience and wellbeing (Chairing: Prof Paul Manning)
  • Marketing and enterprise (Chairing: Ying Zhao, supported by Prof Danny Moss)

Telling stories of impact: What place do scripts have in understanding learners’ experiences of work based learning?

Production of online video tutorials for students in the workplace: How to make them effective and engaging

Emerging pluralities of care in the postgraduate tutor-international student relationship

To Thrive & Drive or Wither & Die?

Exploring ambidextrous balance in the evaluation of leadership coaching.

The resilience of solo entrepreneurs: a data dialogue.

 

 

Expectations vs Reality: International Students and their Visa Journeys.

A comparative study on Students’ expectation of Entrepreneurship Education: UK and China

Understanding the role of personal reputation to firm performance: A comparative study of UK and Chinese micro-enterprise

 

3.10pm Refreshments & Networking  (Atrium)

3.30pm Workshop “Beyond text: expanding the inquiry tool kit”  Dr Anne Pässilä and Professors Allan Owens and Tony Wall (Atrium)

4.30pm Close

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