The call for papers is now open
In this conference we are calling for proposals that address one or more the following propositions:
- Proposition 1: Interdisciplinary approaches to learning and teaching in STEM are necessary to develop the graduate attributes demanded by students, employers and society.
- Proposition 2: Innovative approaches to using technology and data are required for effective STEM teaching and to prepare students for success in Industry 4.0.
- Proposition 3: Technological innovation will continue to drive the automation and globalisation of professional work: STEM students and academics need to adopt resilient and flexible approaches to learning and teaching to respond to a rapidly changing work place.
- Proposition 4: Following years of work on addressing equality, diversity and inclusion issues across STEM disciplines, progress is still slow. Institutions, faculties and departments need to develop innovative and sustainable approaches to achieve significant impact and realise change.
- Proposition 5: Delivering the next generation of HE in STEM disciplines requires strong individual and team leadership, developing the next generation of leaders is critical to this success.