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Exploring international student experience through induction and disability disclosures

Exploring international student experience through induction and disability disclosures The international student experience is replete with challenges spanning academic study and settling into day to day life in the UK. These factors are well known and I won’t break those down fully in this blog (Brown and Holloway, 2008; Arkoudis et al., 2019; Page and

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Why Enabling Students from Underrepresented Groups to Develop Widening Participation Research Matters

Why Enabling Students from Underrepresented Groups to Develop Widening Participation Research Matters I  “Putting your money where your mouth is” – this is what Jess, a student researcher, said when discussing her experiences with the Social Mobility Student Research Hub (i.e., ‘the Research Hub’) at the University of Warwick last year.  The Research Hub was

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Inclusive approaches to student–staff partnership in widening participation 

Inclusive approaches to student–staff partnership in widening participation I We recently delivered a staff-facing conference under the banner of enabling and supporting student success, with student-staff partnership as a central theme. With a delegation of over 125 academic and professional members of staff, and a conference venue well away from the everyday distractions of work,

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The digital divide: Students’ lived experiences of limited digital access

The digital divide: Students’ lived experiences of limited digital access I This blog discusses my first research project since graduating from my MA Education in 2021. It aimed to capture the lived experiences of students from widening participation (WP) backgrounds who received digital learning and support grants (DLSG) from their institution to help with their

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