Change Makers Final Event

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Join us on Thursday 9 June 2022 for the Change Makers Final Event! Many of our student researchers will be presenting their projects, findings and recommendations from this academic year.

Staff and students from across LSE are welcome to attend for all or part of the day:

  • 12:30-1:30pm: Lunch and poster exhibition
  • 1:30-3:10pm: Academic focussed presentations and Q&A, followed by informal chat tables with light refreshments.
  • 3:15-5:00pm: Wider student experience focussed presentations and Q&A, followed by informal chat tables with light refreshments.

The event will be held on campus, in the LSE Marshall Building (Rooms 2.04 and 2.07).

We also intend to broadcast the presentations and Q&A components of the event on Zoom. Unfortunately we cannot facilitate a hybrid event at this time, however online attendees may be able to ask presenters questions on the Zoom chat.

RSVP for all or part of the day (online or in-person) using Eventbrite.

Change Makers Full Final Event Programme

Please note: this programme is subject to change, and was last updated 6 June 2022.

12:30–1:30pm: Lunch and poster exhibition

Research posters will include:

  • Which seminar approach has better learning outcomes according to students within the International Development Department?
    Mauricio Baez Sedeno, Department of International Development.
  • Exploring Black British off-campus students' experiences of inclusion/exclusion in the LSE 
    Abigail-Jennifer Tshola, Department of Sociology.
  • The experience of gender non-conforming people at LSE.
    PL, Department of International Relations.
  • Exploring Disabled Students’ experience of the Student Union’s Sports and Societies. What can we do better? How can we help?
    Kashi Syal and Isabella Maria Pelech, Departments of Gender Studies and Methodology.

1:30-3:10pm: Academic focussed presentations and Q&A, followed by informal chat tables with light refreshments

1:30-1:40pm: Welcome from Professor Dilly Fung (Pro-Director for Education)

1:40-2:40pm: 3 student presentations, followed by 20 mins Q&A

  • Understanding Student Learning Experiences Off-Campus (live)
    Needa Khan, Department of Management
  • Falling through the cracks: social interaction between PhD students (live)
    Jacob van de Beeten, LSE Law School.
  • School of Public Policy 2021 - 2022 curriculum inclusivity report (live)
    Samantha Heigl, Sally Jordan, Anushka Srivastava & Radhika Trivedi

2:45-3:10pm: 25 mins chat tables & refreshments

The following researchers will be available to discuss their posters/presentations informally over light refreshments:

  • School of Public Policy 2021 - 2022 curriculum inclusivity report
    Samantha Heigl, Sally Jordan, Anushka Srivastava & Radhika Trivedi
  • Diversification and decolonisation of its taught postgraduate curriculum, European Institute.
    Charlotte Ennis, European Institute.

3:15-5:00pm: Wider student experience focussed presentations and Q&A, followed by informal chat tables with light refreshments

 3:15-3:25pm: Welcome from Professor Dilly Fung (Pro-Director for Education)

3:25-4:35pm: 5 student presentations, followed by 20 mins Q&A

  • Beyond their involvement with LSE, to what extent do students from outside London engage with the city? (live)
    Daniel Emery & Louis  Norris, Department of Sociology
  • Exploring dis/abled students’ experience of the Student Union’s sports and societies. What can we do better? How can we help? (live)
    Isabella Maria Pelech & Kashi Syal, Departments of Gender Studies and Methodology
  • Consent: How do LSE student perceive sexual consent education? (live)
    Natalia Kaczmarczyk, Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science
  • Strengthening student wellbeing and sense of belonging in the Department of Social Policy community (live)
    Hafsa Ahmed, Department of Social Policy
  • The experiences of student carers at the London School of Economics and Political Sciences: transition to the university, engagement, and perceptions of support measures offered. (Zoom)
    Camille Bou, Department of Health Policy

4:35-5:00pm: 25 mins chat tables & refreshments

The following researchers will be available to discuss their posters/presentations informally over light refreshments:

  • Exploring Black British off-campus students' experiences of inclusion/exclusion in the LSE 
    Abigail-Jennifer Tshola, Department of Sociology.
  • Student perceptions of, and wish list for, the peer support scheme.
    Oliver Chaplin & Siavush Shahrizad, Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science
  • Consent: How do LSE student perceive sexual consent education?
    Natalia Kaczmarczyk, Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science
  • How does LSE constrain or support the abilities and opportunities of students with invisible conditions?
    Sam Crutcher, Department of Social Policy

5pm: Close

 

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