When: Friday, November 11, 2022, 9:00 AM - 11:59 PMWhere: Hybrid - Online and GC Peston Lecture Theatre.
The School of Economics and Finance at Queen Mary University of London is a centre of excellence in both research and teaching with a unique commitment to inclusion and diversity. The School is a home to a vibrant community of faculty and students, with excellence in teaching across UG, PG, Apprenticeship, and PhD programmes in economics and finance. The School ranks 1st on social mobility in Economics based on the 2021 IFS/Sutton Trust report.
The School is pleased to announce the inaugural conference on Economics and Finance Education and Scholarship.
The conference programme link: First International Conference in Education and Scholarship 2022-11-11 [PDF 333KB]
The Education and Scholarship research group invites proposals for presentations and/or panel discussions from academics, researchers and PhD students on the different aspects of inclusion in teaching and learning. We are using a broad definition of inclusion and various interpretations of inclusion are welcome.
Possible topics might be related to how to improve equality and diversity in the teaching of Economics and Finance, analysis of attainments and awarding gaps, or curriculum development exercises that promote inclusion.
Presentations should demonstrate innovative pedagogy, new technology, curriculum development, equality and diversity analysis or other ways to improve Economics and/or Finance education at any level of higher education (undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate).
Submissions must be received by 14th October 2022. We aim to notify successful applicants by 21st October 2022.
To submit a Paper please complete the form at this link:Papers
To submit a Panel please complete the form at this link:Panels
Information is available within the above links and an email address, firstname.lastname@example.org, should you have further queries.
Abstracts and panels proposals should be submitted by 14th October 2022.
Participants will be notified within one week.
The conference will be in hybrid format and attendance can be in-person or remote.
There is limited availability for funding for in-person speakers.
Conference sessions and panel discussions will last 60 minutes, each presenter/panelist will have 15 minute to present.