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Teaching & Learning News

UCL graduate wins Posters in Parliament research prize

Amanda Campbell, who graduated last year from the UCL Bartlett School of Architecture, has won first prize in a national competition for her research on a biodegradable tent for music festivals.

Published: Feb 5, 2016 10:16:37 AM

5 ways a UCL short course could interest you

As a member of staff at UCL you’ll no doubt be busy supporting and delivering a range of education and research programmes. But did you know that UCL also has an extensive portfolio of short courses for career advancement and continuing personal or professional development (CPD)?

Published: Jan 25, 2016 2:42:41 PM

Q&A with Dr Frank Witte

Dr Frank Witte (UCL Economics) discusses how he uses ‘story-telling’ techinques in his teaching and shares what one thing he would change about UCL. 

Published: Jan 25, 2016 2:41:29 PM

Using Star Wars in teaching your Economics classes?

Dr Frank Witte (UCL Economics) explains why in the past weeks, months and years he has been using Star Wars as a teaching tool. He shares how it is a "wonderful way to bring together our academic efforts towards understanding our world, with the prose, poetry and imagery of the Arts doing much the same."

Published: Dec 16, 2015 4:44:19 PM

What does a UCL education of the future look like?

UCL staff and students have only 21 more days to give their views on the university’s Education Strategy for the next five years. More than 250 staff and students have already given their views, including at a Town Hall meeting on Tuesday 15 December where Professor Anthony Smith, Vice-Provost for Education and Student Affairs, took questions on a wide range of subjects related to the strategy.

Published: Dec 16, 2015 12:23:16 PM