Co-producing with students and championing engagement is core to BILT's role and function.

Co-producing with students and championing engagement is core to BILT's role and function.

BILT works with the student body in a number of ways to ensure that the work we do is informed by the student experience, as well as feeding back research undertaken into the student body. This is mainly done through our Student Fellows scheme and BILT Hackathon, though we informally engaged with students through grants, funds and attendance at events. We are also taking 40 students to the British Conference for Undergraduate Research in April 2020.

We currently employ four Student Fellows on a part-time basis to work on individual projects. This year, the projects are:

  • Wellbeing in the curriculum (Owen Barlow)
  • Students as researchers (Emily Kinder)
  • Active, collaborative learning (Toby Roberts)
  • Challenge-led, authentic learning (Marnie Woodmeade)

You can find out what our Student Fellows got up to last year on this page.

Students can also get involved by nominating someone to do a Best of Bristol lecture, form part of the Best of Bristol student committee, nominating someone for a Bristol Teaching Award, submitting a journal for the Bristol Undergraduate Research Journal or applying to come to BCUR.

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