We need a clear strategy around attraction, recruitment, induction, development and exit.
If the answer was “grow our way out”, government policy was almost always either about to or in the middle of making that happen.
One of my assumptions was that the student development SU’s have done for decades used the same principles now celebrated in HE enrichment and retention. So I have also incorporated phrases from ‘What Works’ and am sure you’ll see why!
The following pages feature student leaders from different campuses—each focused on a unique cause—who detail their inspirations, how they have influenced positive change in their community, and their observations on how activism is best approached and achieved.
With this research and previous research looking into the university life of commuter students, and by distributing the information to the various departments within LiverpoolSU, commuter students’ should be reached to ensure that their voices are heard.
Students today demand a robust involvement experience and sleek social networking tools.
“The thing is”, said the Principal in a purposeful, moralistic tone, “it’s not in anyone’s interests for the college to continue to put on provision of this standard where the success rates are so low. We have to focus on doing what we do best and ensuring the learners are set up to succeed, not […]
Background In recent months students’ unions have been under the spotlight in much of the press over their “censorial” attitude to freedom of speech. Triggered in part by the Spiked! Free Speech rankings and arguably culminating in a spat between Peter Tatchell and NUS, swathes of commenters have argued that controversial voices on campus are […]
it’s all too easy to fall into the trap of moaning about NUS either not doing something that it used to or not doing something new
the balance of these two needs is where the conversation about fostering dialogue on challenging topics and supporting those whose lived experiences leave them with scars is not optional