‘Stuff and Knowledge’ the University Museums Group annual conference. Taking place at University of Birmingham on Monday 11 September 2017, the conference will explore the future of teaching and learning within university museums. Alongside the keynotes, panel sessions and tours there will be plenty of networking opportunities and a drinks reception at the Lapworth Museum of Geology – Finalist for Art Fund Museum of the Year.
Tickets are just £40 and are available here: http://universitymuseumsgroup.org/conference-2017-stuff-and-knowledge
The full conference programme is available here: http://universitymuseumsgroup.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/UMG-Conference-2017_full-programme-August-update.pdf
The University of Birmingham is pleased to have contributed to a new report from the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE). The Pathways to Culture Change report focuses on learning from the 10 Catalyst Seed Fund projects (CSFs), including UoB. The report seeks to ensure that other HEIs can benefit from the insights of all institutions involved by sharing the journeys they have travelled, the learning they have done, and the tools they have generated.
The ten CSF projects were established in 2015 and have evidenced significant impact within their host universities. The Pathways to Culture Change report tells an encouraging story of what can be achieved relatively quickly with a limited budget. The CSF Pathways report provides useful insights for others wanting to develop their own project.
Read it here: Pathways to Culture Change Report
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