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London, Anglia and Southern Regions Conference

Wednesday 12 November 2008, 9.15am – 6.00pm

Birkbeck, University of London

Join us for this one-day professional development event for members of the London, Anglia and
Southern regions. The event is being co-ordinated by members of the three regions.

The conference includes two plenary sessions, enabling delegates to hear from Malcolm Gillies,
Vice-Chancellor of City University, London, on the theme of administration for education and
research; and from London Higher on their work, especially in relation to London 2012.

The conference’s working sessions are focused around two themes: professional development
and the student learning experience.

The professional development strand features working sessions on the AUA PG Certificate; the
AUA’s Leadership, Governance and Management project; committee servicing and the
Freedom of Information Act; as well as balancing work and life: a flexible approach. Speakers
include Terry Bransbury, London Regional Co-ordinator; Maureen Skinner and Alison Robinson,
Chair and Executive Director of the Association; Jean Grier, author of several AUA Good
Practice Guides; and Faith Marchal, an HR Consultant specialising in diversity for Anglia Ruskin

The student learning experience theme includes: Professor Claire Callendar talking about
student bursaries; Chris Hallas, Academic Registrar at UCL, speaking about student service
delivery; Kenton Lewis of St George’s, University of London, discussing widening participation:
philosophy, policy and practice; the Equality Challenge Unit on equality issues in HE; John
Ryan, Registrar and Secretary of the University of Worcester presenting on student retention;
and Michelle Morgan, Teaching and Learning Co-ordinator at Kingston University, revealing the
importance of ‘OUTduction’ in the student lifecycle.

Lunch and networking opportunities are included, and there will be an evening wine reception
immediately after the conference at 5.00pm, at University College London.

Visit the AUA website to download the flyer and booking form, and contact the AUA Events
Team to book your place. Places cost just £85 if you book by 12 September, or £95 if booked
after this date. The event is open to members and non-members, though members have
priority booking until 12 September. Hurry, though! There are only 150 places available.
Booking closes on 15 October.

The conference is supported by Times Higher Education.

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