Cassie Wilson

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  • Winter break and wrapping up 2023

    Can it really be December already and the end of teaching for 2023? Once again, Semester 1 leading up to the Winter break has flown by, and while it can feel like a hard slog at times, it still seems...

  • Reflecting on student welcome

    I started writing this blog in mid-October and suddenly realised it was November and this semester is quickly flying by! However, even though it might now feel like a distant memory, I think it is important to stop and take...

  • Reflections on supporting our doctoral students

    Recently, I was pleased to see Oli Schofield receive well-deserved recognition for the work he is doing with our doctoral community, enhancing researcher development resources, and creating innovative new initiatives. Well done to Oli and everyone involved across the university....

  • Welcome to the New Academic Year

    As a lively buzz begins to return to campus, I wanted to take a moment to wish you all a warm welcome to the 2023-24 academic year. There’s something about this time of year - it always feels like a...

  • Celebrating our communities working hard this summer

    In my last blog, I took a moment to reflect as semester 2 ended and undergraduate students finished assessments. This time, I’m keen to highlight our staff and students for whom the summer isn’t always a period of rest and...

  • Reflecting on the year: working together

    As semester 2 ended and undergraduate students finished assessments, it prompted me to reflect on the past year. When I first became Vice-President of Student Experience in September 2019, I had no idea of the huge challenges which lay ahead...

  • Finding out about student support: The Students’ Union Advice Team

    For my latest blog about support for our students, I visited the Students' Union and spoke with Helen Constance (Advice & Support Manager) and her team about the vital independent advice service they provide our students and how this, in...