Union of Students in Ireland: Invitation to Tender – Research Project

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The Union of Students in Ireland, seeks expressions of interest for a researcher to complete a research project that will capture how wellbeing is currently being embedded in the curricula of higher education institutions nationally and internationally and to identify the features of good practice. The research will culminate in a report discussing the key insights gained from the research and exemplars of good practice identified.

This research project will be supported by the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.

Union of Students in Ireland [USI]

The Union of Students in Ireland, founded in 1959, represents the interests of students across the island of Ireland. It strives to defend, promote and organise in the fundamental educational, welfare, economic, political, social, cultural and other interests of all the students in Ireland on a national and international level. It is a student led and democratic organisation. (www.usi.ie)

National Forum for the enhancement of teaching and learning in higher education [National Forum]

The National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education is the national body responsible for leading and advising on the enhancement of teaching and learning in Irish higher education. The National Forum works with those who teach, learn and shape policy and practice to ensure a valued and informed teaching and learning culture in Irish higher education. The strategies priorities of the National Forum focus on the professional development of all those who teach, teaching and learning in a digital world, teaching and learning within and across disciplines, and student success. (www.teachingandlearning.ie).

 

Further information can be found here.

 


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Gemma Creagh

Post-Doctoral Researcher, Department of Economics, UCC
Research Assistant, Centre for Gerontology and Rehabilitation, School of Medicine


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