Students at the Heart Conference Registration is Open!

Conference programme and registration details released

Phil V 1 835500

Dear all,

Registration is now open for the Students at the Heart Conference, taking place on the 15 and 16 June 2022.  The conference is open to all LJMU staff, students and LJMU partner institutions.  Registration will close on Friday 10 June at 1pm.

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Mark Power, Vice Chancellor, will open the conference and welcome our keynote speakers:

  • Wednesday - Larissa Kennedy, NUS National President & Jamie Agombar, Executive Director of Students Organising for Sustainability.  
  • Thursday - Garth Dallas from Dallas Consulting  

A combination of presentations, workshops, lightning talks and demonstrations are scheduled over the two days of the conference focusing on the LJMU Values: courageous, inclusive, community, and student focused.

An exhibition space will include Library Services, Student Futures, Research and Innovation Services, Human Resources, Business Services, the EDI team, Information Technology Services, Legal and Governance Services and the Doctoral Academy.  

Over the two days, there will also be demonstrations of LJMU’s new Curriculum Management system and Library Services' Digital Studio. 

On Wednesday, there will also be a Celebrating Cultures Event taking place, coordinated by the International Relations and Equality Teams, Associate Deans Global Engagement, JMSU and the BAME Staff Network.

In addition, Library Services are hosting a breakfast on Wednesday morning, which will focus on the digital library service.  Student Futures will host a breakfast on Thursday morning, and you are welcome to join them in a discussion on employability-enhancing support and experiences.   

Read Conference Programme

We look forward to seeing you there!

Professor Phil Vickerman
Pro-Vice Chancellor (Student Experience)    


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