#DMAW16 – How It Went published on UAL Moodle

For many students, myself included,  there is that unexplainable love-hate relationship with Moodle;  - the unavoidable "must-go-to" education system used by UAL, home to students' timetables, course info, course work submission etc - an essential element of student course engagement. So you can imagine my excitement seeing "Diversity Matters Week Review" as the first item under the "UAL … Continue reading #DMAW16 – How It Went published on UAL Moodle

TLE Guest blog post: Kai Lutterodt on Diversity Matters Awareness Week #DMAW16

Earlier last week, I had the honour of writing a review of Diversity Matters Awareness Week for UAL Teaching and Learning Exchange (TLE) blog... The department which put out an open call for "student-staff collaboration" projects (that infamous bright pink poster which caught my attention to apply by submitting a proposal) - and resulted in DMAW16 becoming a reality! … Continue reading TLE Guest blog post: Kai Lutterodt on Diversity Matters Awareness Week #DMAW16

The Bread Box UAL alumna presentation #DMAW16

The bread Box is a mobile bakery run by sister-duo Stella and Louisa Harrison. Born and raised in Germany, both sisters were determined to keep their German breakfast traditions alive when they moved to London just over a decade ago, despite the lack of readily available German bakeries. So the two entrepreneurial girls started making … Continue reading The Bread Box UAL alumna presentation #DMAW16

AGRUPA review Creating Safe Spaces for Women of Colour workshop #DMAW16

  Black Blossoms founder Bee Tajudeen gave an insightful workshop on the 20th April at University of the Arts London (UAL), midway through Diversity Matters Awareness Week, on the importance of creating safe spaces for *women of colour. Two AGRUPA members who identify as WOC (women of colour) attended the workshop and shared their experience... "Prior to … Continue reading AGRUPA review Creating Safe Spaces for Women of Colour workshop #DMAW16

The Voice publish “UALSoWhite” in time for “Why Does Race Matter in the Learning Environment?”!

"DIVERSITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION: The debate continues this week" was yesterday's front page header of The Voice - Britain's Favourite Black Newspaper. It's not by co-incidence that the newspaper was distributed - fresh out of print, for our main panel discussion event "Why does race matter in the learning environment?" during Diversity Matters Awareness Week 18th - 23rd April at University … Continue reading The Voice publish “UALSoWhite” in time for “Why Does Race Matter in the Learning Environment?”!