You can now book your place to join AMOSSHE down on the seafront in Brighton for three days of leading edge expertise-sharing by Student Services leaders from around the world. 360 degree thinking: leadership / collaboration / innovation, the AMOSSHE national conference 2017, takes a 360 degree approach to Student Services, with perspectives from all angles to drive student success.
The conference opens with keynote presentations from higher education sector leading lights Lee Elliot Major and Nicola Dandridge.
Lee Elliot Major
Lee Elliot Major is Chief Executive of the Sutton Trust, the UK’s leading foundation improving social mobility through education. The Trust improves education opportunities for non-privileged young people through its programmes, and influences government policy through its independent research and advocacy work. Lee commissioned and co-authored the Sutton Trust / Education Endowment Foundation toolkit for schools, and is an adviser to the Office for Fair Access.
Nicola Dandridge is Chief Executive of Universities UK. Universities UK is the voice of universities, helping to maintain the world-leading strength of the UK university sector. Nicola is responsible for the leadership and management of Universities UK. She was previously Chief Executive of the Equality Challenge Unit, and practiced law in both England and Scotland.
It’s worth booking early to make the most of 360 degree thinking! As a residential delegate you can secure a discounted early bird rate, and also sign up to take a sunset flight on British Airways i360, the world’s tallest moving observation tower!
360 degree thinking takes place from 5 to 7 July 2017 at the Hilton Brighton Metropole, UK. Find out more and book your place: 360 degree thinking.
British Airways i360
It’s been a busy winter for AMOSSHE, with preparations underway for our national conference, 360 degree thinking, which takes place in July. We’ve also got a host of other AMOSSHE continuing professional development events lined up for the spring.
Our winter bulletin includes details of these, plus find out about the Student Services projects AMOSSHE is funding this year, and catch up on the outcomes of our most recent event, which discussed how Student Services can tackle gender-based violence in higher education.
Read the bulletin online here: Winter bulletin 2017.
360 degree thinking: leadership / collaboration / innovation is the theme of the AMOSSHE national conference 2017, which takes place between Wednesday 5 July and Friday 7 July 2017 in Brighton, UK.
The conference takes a 360 degree approach to Student Services, taking in perspectives from all angles to drive student success – encompassing inspiring leadership, effective collaboration and innovative practice.
AMOSSHE is seeking proposals for informative and stimulating workshops or presentations that will engage delegates and contribute to everyone’s understanding and professional development.
360 degree thinking aims to consider the holistic, global student experience, and how Student Services can foster academic and personal success through:
- Inspiring leadership strategies that enable every student to succeed in their own way, to the best of their abilities.
- Effective strategic collaboration with students, institutional colleagues and external stakeholders to develop understanding, promote inclusion and create opportunities.
- Innovative practice to engage and support students to be rounded individuals with wide-ranging potential and horizons.
Find out all about the conference theme and call for proposals, and submit your session proposal, here: National conference 2017: call for session proposals.