AUA Conference

  • Sustaining success through personal and organisational resilience

    Author: Lex Kaby I feel prepared and positive. I am excited and ready learn, ready to listen and ready to network. I arrive for my first session and my head starts to feel clouded and dizzy. ‘The fluorescent lighting and...

  • Placing Wellbeing at the Heart of HE – Why Should We Consider It?

    Author: Pippa McLernon How would things look, and more importantly feel, if wellbeing was placed at the heart of everything we do in HE? Are there any universities already operating this way?  As someone who values the importance of maintaining...

  • The Invisible Grail at #AUA2018

    How to engage, motivate and inspire through your writing Author: Emma Greeley Invisible Grail’s mission is ‘to champion inspirational communication, compelling narratives, greater authenticity, and confident leadership for those who work in higher education’.  They are passionate about ‘nurturing extraordinary...

  • Getting out there

    Author: Rosie Hart, Programmes Officer - Faculty of Engineering and Design So, next week I’m off to Manchester for my third AUA annual conference. Whilst this makes me feel slightly apprehensive, I have learned that forcing myself out of my...

  • Seeing the big picture: attending an AUA conference

    Author: Alison Ryan, Faculty Coordinator - Faculty of Engineering and Design On Friday 3 February I attended the AUA South Wales and South West Conference 2017 in Cardiff. Having never attended an AUA conference before, I wasn’t quite sure what...