This conference was organised and hosted by the Retention and Achievement of Ethnic Minorities (RAEMS) group and Academic Professional Development (APD).
- Conference Programme - DMU Equality Objectives & Key Performance Indicators - DMU Student Diversity Data to 2010/11 and related Equality Objectives - Setting the Scene: RAEMS progress to date - presentation slides - RAEMS report and recommendations on work to date - Workshop exercise: Responding to the data - Feedback notes from the workshop session - Participant List - coming soon
Keynote speaker 1: The Sheer Weight of Whitness Prof Andrew Pilkington, Northampton University. Author: “Institutional racism in the Academy” (Trentham, 2011) - Biographical Details - Presentation slides - Institutional Racism in the Academy - a case study flyer
Keynote speaker 2: How does DSU contribute to hearing the BME voice on Campus Ian Warrington, Vice President Student Activities and Jessica Doyle, Mentoring Co-ordinator DSU
- DSU Presentation slides
Keynote Speaker 3: Improving Black and Ethnic Minority Student Attainment: Challenges and Possibilities Dr Gurnam Singh, Principal Lecturer in Social Work, Coventry University - Biographical Details - Presentation slides - Disparities in Student Attainment - Black and minority ethnic (BME) students’ participation in higher education: improving retention and success. A synthesis of research evidence. Finally:
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