Respect on Campus FestivalFestival Thu 30 – Fri 31 May 2019, 11:00 – 16:00
University of Exeter, Streatham Campus
Exeter EX4 4PY
Join a celebration of diversity, equality, and inclusivity on campus at the University of Exeter, as part of the annual Exeter Respect Festival on Campus.
Working with the Students’ Guild, on Thursday 30 May a series of workshops, seminars and talks will be on offer to staff and students at the Streatham campus to explore and share the work the University are doing to make the campuses welcoming and diverse. All sessions will be held in the Forum, Streatham Campus in Seminar Rooms 7 -12.
For more information and to book your tickets for 30 May, please click here.
Join the festivities on Friday 31 May at the St Luke’s campus to celebrate diversity with music and performances from students, from mid-afternoon into the evening (minibus provided between campuses).
More details for 31 May can be found here.
Thursday 30 May itinerary
Unconscious Bias, Russell Thomas, Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity Manager
We Are All Exeter, Grace Frain, Students' Guild President and Rose Ahier, Vice-President Welfare and Diversity
The Provost Commission – What’s Been Happening and What’s Next?, Prof. Janice Kay, Provost and Senior Deputy Vice- Chancellor Linda Peka, Chief College Operations Officer.
Taster Session Bystander Intervention Training, Dr. Rachel Fenton, Senior Lecturer in Law and Intervention Initiative Lead
Exhibition Tour: The Painters of the City: Art in North Africa 1880-1920, Professor William Gallois, Associate Professor of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean History
Keynote Speech – #MeToo - What Actions can Universities Take?, Prof. Janice Kay, Provost and Senior Deputy- Vice- Chancellor.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity Vision Presentation, Russell Thomas, Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity Manager
How to engage students in shaping a diverse curriculum?, Warren Bingham-Roberts and Penny Dinh, Students' Guild Vice-President Education 2018-19 and Vice-President Education (Elect 2019-20)
Are We Decolonised Yet? Problems and Practices of Decolonisation in the Academy, Dr. Chris Campbell, Dr. Lara Choksey and Dr. Abe Foley, English, College of Humanities.
Racism and Sexism in the Classroom, Nick Givens and Dr. Sandy Allen, Senior Lecturers in Graduate School of Education – A session for academics on E&R and E&S contracts, and Graduate Teaching Assistants only, please.
Accessible in-class teaching; a training resource for teaching staff, Claire Lavers, Senior Lecturer in Finance
Representing Students Who Aren’t Like Me, Scott Temple-Farmer, Deputy CEO Students' Guild
Raising Concerns – Student Matters, Chrysten Cole, Head of Legal /Sarah Donaldson, Student Cases Team
How should we respond to the government’s ‘Online Harms’ White Paper?, Garth Davies, Head of Press and Public Affairs