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  • Coming up: EnhanceIDM Closing Conference!

    Our final event is approaching. As a special track of the Cross Cultural Business Conference from 14-15 May 2020 in Steyr, the project outputs will be presented to an international audience. The event is designed as an interactive experience. Rather than focusing on one-directional input and results, the session intends to foster an active exchange on…

  • First IDM Workshop for programme leaders took place in Linz from May 14-16th, 2019

    The face-to-face part of our Blended Learning on Inclusion and Diversity Management took place in Linz from May 14-16th, 2019. Twelve Programme leaders from our four partner institutions participated in the three day event.   The training featured an interactive mix of formats: team building exercises that also served to reflect one's own "diversity", classic…
  • The Laurea team published two new articles on diversity and unheard student voices

    Tarja Chydenius, Sari Haapa, Ilona Rönkä: Student diversity is a big deal Every year, many students put their studies on hold or drop-out completely. Why? The reasons are, of course, numerous but we keep hearing one excuse: “It just wasn’t my thing.” What then, is the students’ ‘thing’? Read more Keempee Labi , Tarja Chydenius: Voices…

  • Frank Linde

    Interview with Frank Linde on inclusive teaching and learning (in German)

    Our project partner from TH Köln talks about the project and embedding diversity in the curriculum.   >>Read the full article.    

  • BCU Teaching Award

    BCU high achievers scheme wins UK teaching award

    A unique programme at Birmingham City University, designed to support and develop the skills of high achieving students, has won a national teaching excellence award. Following a rigorous peer review and selection process the High Achievers’ Recognition Scheme (HARS), based in the institution’s Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences, has won one of the…
  • EAIR Budapest 2018

    EnhanceIDM Team presents first results of online survey at international conference in Budapest

    On August 28th the Enhance_IDM team presented the first results of programmes leaders’ self assessment at the 40th Annual EAIR forum at the Central European University in Budapest. The presentation focused on programme leaders’ attitudes towards inclusion and diversity management and tried to elucidate to what extent PLs’ personal backgrounds affect their perceptions and attitudes…