Annual academics conference 2022
Date & Time

15 September 2022
09:30 - 17:00 BST

Location

The Institution of Structural Engineers, 47-58 Bastwick Street, London, EC1V 3PS
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Price

Members: £49 + VAT
Standard: £59 + VAT
Student members: £39 + VAT

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Annual academics conference 2022

Conference
Date & Time

15 September 2022
09:30 - 17:00 BST

Location

The Institution of Structural Engineers, 47-58 Bastwick Street, London, EC1V 3PS
View on Google Maps

Price

Members: £49 + VAT
Standard: £59 + VAT
Student members: £39 + VAT

The 2022 Annual academics conference is a dedicated opportunity for presentations and discussion and action planning amongst the built environment academic community.

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The 2022 Annual academics conference focuses on the importance of an integrated approach to teaching about sustainability, ethics and inclusion, and ensuring a sense of global responsibility is placed at the heart of engineering education. An interactive day-long programme will be led by Engineers Without Borders UK and will include facilitated discussions and presentations from academics and students.

The programme will include:

  • An interactive visioning session on differing perspectives on what the world will look like in 2050

  • Identification of tipping points and overview of the trends and progress being made today towards creating a positive future along with the leverage points for creating change that already exist in universities  

  • Real-options available to enhance education along with a competency framework

  • An update on Engineers Without Borders UK’s work with the RAEng on curriculum mapping to aid attendees’ understanding of where and how to create positive change 

  • Action-planning

About Engineers Without Borders UK

Part of a global movement of over 60 Engineers Without Borders organisations, they inspire, upskill and drive change in the engineering community and together take action to put global responsibility at the heart of engineering. Their strategy sets out four key principles of global responsibility; responsible, purposeful, inclusive and regenerative. Engineers Without Borders UK have run a range of workshops in the last year, sharing the need for global responsibility to be at the heart of engineering to first year students, JBM accreditation board, academics, CEO’s of engineering institutions and market leaders with Jacobs.

Who should attend?

Members of the built environment academic community


 

Contact

Email - [email protected]

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