Chartered ABS 2018/19 Scholarship recipients
We are proud to announce the recipients of the 2018/19 Chartered ABS Scholarships. These Chartered ABS Scholars have proposed research projects which will directly support the aims of the Chartered ABS, its membership, and business schools across the country.
The three successful projects were chosen from a pool of applications, and will receive funding and the opportunity to be published across Chartered ABS channels. The projects will focus on: methods of embedding diversity into learning, teaching, and curriculum development; crafting a framework for improving the student experience; and using cutting-edge digital teaching methods to improve class participation.
We congratulate these successful applicants and look forward to seeing the projects develop.
The 2018 Chartered ABS Scholarship projects and Scholars are:
- Alexander Kofinas (University of Bedfordshire)
- Anna Romanova (University of Greenwich)
- Christina Schwabenland (University of Bedfordshire)
- Han-Huei (Crystal) Tsay (University of Greenwich)
- To enhance business school staff understanding of the challenges and opportunities of EDI when embedding it in the business school curriculum.
- To generate recommendations on how to approach EDI issues in learning and teaching contexts.
- To facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration and brainstorming among business school practitioners and academics using the Lego Serious Play (LSP) methodology.
- A report which offers practical recommendations on EDI issues to help guide academics, practitioners and policymakers.
- Data from the LSP activity, including visual images and dialogue sheets from the beginning and end of the workshops.
- Data from a survey of participants six months after the workshops to investigate the impact of the workshops on curriculum.
- Video clips of the workshops for use on social media and the Chartered ABS website.
- Julie Rosborough (Nottingham Trent University)
- The creation of a generic student experience evaluative framework applicable across UK business schools and HEIs.
- Fill the Student Experience Management knowledge gap so that the business school sector will be more effective in leading and managing student experience.
- A report which will form the basis for discussion at Chartered ABS events and other HEI related events and help inform and educate those in the sector.
- Training material for Chartered ABS professional development courses.
- Workshops and presentations to the wider HE sector (HEI and Government policy groups).
- Publications in relevant academic journals (e.g. Studies in Higher Education).
- Paula Karlsson-Brown (University of Glasgow)
- Paul Ferri (University of Glasgow)
- Alison Gibb (University of Glasgow)
- How do teaching staff currently get students to participate and engage (e.g. in large, multinational classes, and in online classes)?
- How do teaching staff currently overcome the challenge of getting feedback from students and responding in a timely manner?
- What functionality would teaching staff like to see included in a DOMP (or a digital classroom response) tool?
- How do teaching staff experience the use of the DOMP (e.g. is it easy to use, does it result in any clear benefits, does it help them understand their current student population)?
- If they have used both traditional paper-based OMP and DOMP formats, what rationale have they got for using either or in various circumstances, and how have the experiences differed?
- Would teaching staff find a digital tool with real-time analysis of the feedback useful?
- A blog post on the Chartered ABS website, providing a teaser to the project findings and highlighting key practical implications.
- A written report to CABS, outlining project findings, highlighting key implications for UK business schools and guidance for teaching staff.
- Presentation at a Chartered ABS conference in 2020 outlining project findings, highlighting key practical implications for teaching staff in UK business schools.
- A paper in a scholarship journal, disseminating findings about the use of the OMP from a teacher perspective.
Future calls for scholarship proposals will be issued on our website and in our newsletter