Students at the Heart Conference 2023: submission deadline extended
The Students at the Heart Conference 2023 submission deadline has been extended until 9am, Monday 13 March to allow more time for staff and students to make a submission, to present at the conference.
This year’s Students at the Heart Conference takes place on Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 June in our Student Life and Redmonds Buildings.
As 2023 marks our bicentenary, this year’s theme is ‘LJMU always ahead of our time.’
Staff, students and partner organsiations are being asked to make a submission aligned to the new LJMU strategy:
Education and Student Experience: transforming lives and futures - examples of delivering outstanding teaching and learning, enhancing graduate employment prospects, diversifying, responsive support, providing an excellent student experience beyond the curriculum and supporting communities
Research and Knowledge Exchange: curiosity, creativity and impact - examples of teaching inspired by research, evidence-based service development, knowledge exchange, and student-led research
Place and Partnership: building skills, economy, community - examples of support for the regional skills base, driving local economic growth with business and industry, building on collaboration and growing international students and partners
The Students at the Heart Conference’s dedicated webpages will be updated as more details, including keynote speakers and the two day schedule, are confirmed. You can also view last year’s 2022 schedule, along with the presentations for each session.
Staff from Registry will also be hosting a donation-based bake sale at the conference, with all proceeds going to the Turkey and Syria Earthquake Appeal.
How to make a submission
Submissions can be made through the dedicated online survey form.
The deadline for submissions is 9am on Monday 13 March 2023.
Contact the conference organisers
We hope that this year’s conference will be an opportunity to celebrate and share the positive impact that LJMU has had and continues to have on our students, staff and wider communities. Further enquiries can be sent via email to the conference organisers.