NERUPI is running a series of online events for members this autumn on the BAME outcome gap. Scroll down for the booking form.
The attainment gap between students from different backgrounds has now been accepted as a real and urgent issue for the HE sector. However, strategies for addressing this remain underdeveloped and solutions are not straightforward. To better understand the BAME outcome gap and to support constructive work towards real solutions, these events will focus on the broader cultural issues within the academy which are at the heart of the outcome disparity for some BAME students and look at some examples of best practice in the sector.
These will be half-day events and run online.
Event 3 - 3 December 2020, 2:00-5:00 pm
The third event is a panel discussion, an opportunity to debate the issues and start to identify constructive ways forward. Speakers from the previous events will be present at the panel discussion.
Additionally, Sarah Howls from the Office for Students will talk and answer questions on the target to eliminate the gap in degree outcomes between white and black students - the data story behind the decision to include this target and the work towards achieving it.
Improving equality of opportunity in higher education through the adoption of an Inclusive Curriculum Framework - Nona McDuff, Annie Hughes, John Tatam, Elizabeth Morrow & Fiona Ross, 2020
Closing the attainment gap for students from black and minority ethnic backgrounds through institutional change - Nona McDuff, John Tatam, Owen Beacock and Fiona Ross, 2018
Attempting to break the chain: reimaging inclusive pedagogy and decolonising the curriculum within the academy - Jason Arday, Dina Zoe Belluigi & Dave Thomas (2020)
Democracy, diversity and decolonisation: staff-student partnerships in a reading list review (AdvanceHE)
Towards decolonising the university: a kaleidoscope for empowered action - Dave S.P. Thomas and Suhraiya Jivraj, 2020
Race, education and social mobility: We all need to dream the same dream and want the same thing - Jason Arday (2020)
Nerupi Bame Outcome Events 2020 Biographies
Event 1 - 14 October 2020
Jason Arday (Durham University) provided the context with Berekhet Berakhy and Dorrie Chetty from University of Westminster adding insights on institutional change.
Event 2 - 11 November 2020, 2:00-5:00 pm
Nona McDuff OBE (Solent University) followed by Dave Thomas ( University of Kent) talked on curriculum change.
To book for these NERUPI events, please complete and send the form below. You only need to complete one booking form whether attending one, two or all three of the events - please indicate on the form which days you wish to register for.