The eighth Summer Symposium took place on Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd October, online.
The theme of the Symposium was “Let’s work together – how can students shape the future of widening access”.
During the event, delegates examined the priority placed on involving students, both prospective and existing, in the design, delivery and evaluation of widening access & participation at the strategic and operational level.
Over 150 delegates attended the event and keynote speakers included: Dr Leanne Armitage, NEON Student of Year 2019 commendation winner, Hillary Gyebi-Ababio, Vice President (Higher Education), NUS and Eliza Kozman, Deputy Director (Research), TASO.
To view the presentations from the event, please download the programme here and click on the session name.