On March 14th, three LSE students had the opportunity to present their research at the Posters in Parliament event, held at the Palace of Westminster. This British Conference of Undergraduate Research event showcased posters from more than 40 students, outlining research projects carried out by students from across the country, with topics ranging from what a nanotechnology future may […]
On Thursday, 2nd February, the Teaching and Learning Centre and Educational Strategy Unit’s Lent Term Teaching Café explored the connection between research and education, focusing on three examples of modules where students are supported to produce their own original research.
Colleagues from across the School heard from Dr Suzi Hall, Dr Wicher Bergsma and Dr Thomas Leeper, who outlined three […]
On Tuesday 17 January, the staff of LSE Teaching and Learning Centre and ICL Imperial Horizons welcomed undergraduate students from LSE and Imperial College London to the LSE LIFE space. With over 70 students gathered together, Dr Ellis Saxey of the TLC and Dr Mark Pope of ICL gave them their assignment – to produce original research around the […]
With applications now open for Undergraduates to join LSE GROUPS in its seventh year, Dr Claire Gordon, Head of the Teaching and Learning Centre, considers that this is an opportune moment to reflect on the nature of learning that lies at the heart of the LSE GROUPS project.
Two LSE GROUPS’ submissions achieved recognition at the LSE Research Festival 2016 – ‘Hipsters and […]
LSESU Education Officer Jon Foster talked to Jane Hindle about two exciting projects that aim to engage students in the big questions about their education
First of all, Jon, what motivated you to stand for the LSESU Education Officer post?
Overall, I loved my time at LSE. I met some incredible people, was involved in some wonderful societies and was […]