School of Languages, Cultures, Art History and Music
I graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2011 and whilst I was studying I was involved in a number of the College’s projects, like the PASS (Peer Assisted Study Support) scheme.
I became a Student Engagement Facilitator in November 2012, and since I started, I have been working with the School’s Head of Education, Employability Officer, Joint Honours Co-ordinator and Staff-Student Committee and have also been running student forums to help ensure that the student experience in Languages, Culture, Art History and Music (LCAHM) is always positive and enjoyable.
You can always contact me via email, or drop in during my office hours to talk with me about your experiences as a student at Birmingham or to find out about student engagement activities. You can also come to one of our forums, which take place at a set time in the week and focus on topics aimed specifically at you as a Birmingham undergraduate - like careers and academic support. I am also here to signpost LCAHM students to all the amazing opportunities and support that the school, the College of Arts and Law and the University have to offer.
Run student forums to allow open discussion with students on academic matters and careers support.
Support events - such as the Barber Mixer and Mature Student’s Welcome.
Facilitate meetings, a recent example is the one I arranged for the Head of School Matthew Rampley to meet with students to discuss their courses.
Use social media to advertise opportunities for students in Careers, events, further study and talks.
Assist with the development of the Bank of Assessed Work in Hispanic Studies - the Bank is going to provide examples of student work to help current and future students understand the marking criteria of University level assessments.
Photo competition for year abroad students - win tickets to Cadbury world!
Art History Start of Term Mixer and End of Term Ball.
The Barber Breakfast Club.