Special call for applications from early career access/widening participation practitioners and researchers - FACE 2019

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FACE is now delighted to invite applications for a sponsored place at the 26th FACE Annual Conference hosted by Sheffield Hallam University, 3rd -5th July 2019.

 

Special call for applications from early career access/widening participation practitioners and researchers

Delivering the Public Good of Higher Education - Widening Participation, Place and Lifelong Learning 

 

FACE is now delighted to invite applications for a sponsored place at the 26th FACE Annual Conference hosted by Sheffield Hallam University, 3rd -5th July 2019.
 

Priority consideration will be given to those applications that meet the following criteria:
  • Presenter is a practitioner or researcher (including postgraduate study) in access/widening participation for less than two years.
  • Presenter is employed or enrolled at an institution with current FACE membership
  • Presentation addresses one or more of the Conference themes:
  1. Public good of Higher Education: Exploring and understanding the wider benefits of an inclusive Higher Education system
  2. Widening Participation: Challenging and innovative approaches to access and success in HE and beyond
  3. Place: Examining the impact of place and context on HE access and participation
  4. Lifelong Learning: The role of HE institutionally, regionally, nationally and internationally in creating and delivering lifelong learning opportunities
Please do circulate amongst your institution and encourage applications.

Do note that this includes all conference fees and access to the social programme but that accommodation and travel costs are not included.
 

See below for the application form

 

Please return this application to webmaster@face.ac.uk by below deadline:

 

Deadline:5pm Monday 20th May 2019.

 

For bookings and further information, please visit: www.conference.face.ac.uk

For any queries, please contact: eventservices@shu.ac.uk

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