Enhancing reputation: Adding value through equality
ECU's biennial national conference
In an increasingly competitive higher education environment, reputation is one of the key factors in recruiting and retaining talented staff and engaging students.
Your institution's commitment to equality on campus could make the difference for prospective students and staff alike.
This November, Equality Challenge Unit invites you to discover how to enhance your institution's reputation by adding value through equality.
Join us at our biennial national conference for a packed programme of expert speakers from higher education, panel discussions and workshops.
The conference promises a packed programme of expert speakers from across the higher education sector, panel discussions and a choice of practical and inspiring seminars. A full agenda is available on our conference website.
- Enhancing reputation: distinctiveness through diversity
- Student experience: equality's role in recruitment, retention and reputation
- Governing with a fair head: the importance of equality in governance
- Equality in the new HE landscape
Confirmed speakers include:
- Sir Alan Langlands, Chief Executive, HEFCE
- Professor Pamela Gillies, Principal, Glasgow Caledonian University
- Sir Nicholas Montagu, Chair, Committee of University Chairs
- Sue Burton, Member of Council, University of Wales, Newport
- Simon Fanshawe, Chair of Council, Sussex University
- Ali Jarvis, Scottish Funding Council
- Sir Stephen Wall, Chair of Council, University College London
- Finn McGoldrick, LGBT Officer (Women's place), National Union of Students
- Professor Les Ebdon, incoming Director, Office for Fair Access
Globally renowned poet, playwright and musician Benjamin Zephaniah joins us for the evening programme.
Who should attend
- Senior managers
- Human resources directors
- Managers of student services and students' unions
- Equality and diversity specialists
How to book
Register now to secure your place: Click here to register
As always, we aim to subsidise the cost of a place for delegates from UK higher education institutions and colleges in Scotland.
Attendance at the two-day conference starts from £295 for delegates from the HE sector (conference only), or from £415 including the evening programme and overnight accommodation.
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Nov 20, 2012 10:00 AM
Nov 21, 2012 04:00 PM
- East Midland's Conference Centre, Nottingham
- Contact Name
- Victoria Walter
- Contact Email
- Contact Phone
- 020 7438 1017
Vice-chancellors, senior managers, governors, human resources, student services and student's union managers, equality and diversity specialists, academics
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