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STEM2020 - Tell me what to read please! Engaging students with primary research literature

03 Feb, 2020
Dr Gary Wood
Dr Gary C Wood is passionate about inspiring learning in others. An award-winning educator, he has expertise in supporting student transitions through authentic learning and embedded professional skills training. He has pioneered student engagement through pedagogical consultancy and collaborative curriculum design, and his impact is attested by students and colleagues internationally.
University of Sheffield
Head of Sheffield Engineering Leadership Academy/University Teaching Fellow in Professional Skills
2019
Katherine Linehan
Professor Katherine Linehan is an Anatomist and Educationalist. She creates inspiring inclusive curricula that makes learning Anatomy at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels accessible to all students. As Programme Director for the MSc Human Anatomy with Education she is committed to training the next generation of Anatomy Teachers.
University of Sheffield
Professor of Anatomical Education, Faculty Director Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
2019
Dr Julie Hyde
A Senior University Teacher at The University of Sheffield, Dr Julie Hyde gained qualifications by studying part-time whilst working in the chemical industry. She designed, developed and teaches laboratory chemistry on a joint UK-China BSc which she enjoys. Through her Royal Society of Chemistry voluntary work, she publicises chemistry with her fun “Perkins Purple” lecture! 
University of Sheffield
Senior University Teacher
2019
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Curriculum Design Symposium: The Hidden Curriculum - Using curriculum redesign to uncover and respond to the hidden curriculum

19 Jul, 2019
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Curriculum Design Symposium: The Hidden Curriculum - The Loxodonta africana in the room: Teaching students to write in their disciplines and professions

19 Jul, 2019
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STEM conference 2019: Undergraduate sense of belonging in a Science department

05 Feb, 2019
After a relatively brief period of time working in dental practice Dr James Field found himself being drawn back to the university environment looking for opportunities to tutor, mentor, deliver small group teaching, and occasionally, speak at larger events. It became clear that althought he wasn t sure about where he wanted to be, he knew he wanted to teach.
University of Sheffield
Senior Clinical Teacher in Restorative Dentistry
2018
Dr Kay Guccione works in the Researcher Development Team at the University of Sheffield, as a Mentoring Consultant. She designs large scale programmes (for Sheffield and beyond, through her consultancy work), partnering researchers and academic staff with mentors who support them to reflect and develop through critical dialogue.
University of Sheffield
Mentoring Consultant
2018
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Advance HE Teaching & Learning Conference 2018: Don't feedback in anger: How to enhance student and staff experience of feedback through the use of technology

24 Jul, 2018