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Kingston University

Farrukh Akhtar
Farrukh Akhtar’s work as a social worker for over 25 years, and senior lecturer for ten years, has fed her interest in engaging with counter-narratives. She has led a number of innovative projects that have championed the themes of developing inclusive and transformative curricula, increasing student soft skills and creating community.
Kingston University
Course Leader, BA in Social Work
2019
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Curriculum Design Symposium: The Hidden Curriculum - Embedding employability: Creating an inclusive curriculum that supports students to achieve their aspirations

19 Jul, 2019
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Surveys and Insights Conference 2019: “Please not another Mental Health App”

20 May, 2019
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Surveys and Insights Conference 2019: Using MEQs to inform teaching excellence

20 May, 2019
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STEM conference 2019: Understanding the importance of creating an inclusive timetable in the age of the commuting student

06 Feb, 2019
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Advance HE Teaching & Learning Conference 2018: TEL communities: Bridging the gap between the theory and practice in using virtual learning environments in higher education

23 Jul, 2018
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Advance HE Teaching & Learning Conference 2018: Beyond marketisation: Happiness resilience and community: Essential elements of the HE experience?

17 Jul, 2018
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Progression and promotion as a tool to drive teaching excellence - STEM Conference 2018

13 Feb, 2018
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How to build a living curriculum for STEAM: Technology meets cultural heritage - STEM Conference 2018

13 Feb, 2018
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Innovative teaching approaches: Including the use of social media as a teaching tool - STEM Conference 2018

12 Feb, 2018