We are pleased to host secondees from across the University, working on a variety of projects and themes.
If you would like further information, or would like to enquire about a secondment with us, please read the information on secondments in our 'working with us' section. You may also contact our Director, Jon Turner.
Robert's secondee project title is 'Analysis of Business Requirements for the Personal Tutor dialogue between Staff and Students'.
Working, volunteering, and studying overseas plays an important role in the student experience, especially in the development of global citizens. With support from the IAD, EUSA, Career Services, the International Office, and the student community - Johanna will explore how these international experiences can be enhanced through reflection and community building.
Kirsty's secondment aims to cover: School based evaluation activities, with a particular focus on personal tutor and student support initiatives; contribution to IAD work around assessment and feedback; staff development plans, including qualitative and quantitative methods, and potential involvement in CPD framework pilots.
In this secondment, Gavin will lead on Edinburgh contributions to a new "Excellence in European Doctoral Education" scoping study, a joint initiative with Aarhus University (Denmark). He will play a key role in looking at options for a doctoral supplement to cover broader dimensions of the doctoral experience and employer engagement.
During her secondment, Caroline will be working with the Making the Most of Masters team to enhance and embed provision for work based projects for MSc students in her school. In addition she will also be adapting the resources and knowledge gained through Making the Most fo Masters so far to coordinate new PhD placement scheme funded by the BBSRC.
Rachel's secondment will focus on exploring the link between mind-set, ability and feedback in veterinary medicine education. This will have close links to the development of new student support (personal tutor) arrangements in the School and also provide us with an excellent opportunity to strengthen links between the IAD and Veterinary Medicine.
This article was published on Jun 24, 2011