Student Engagement Associates Past Projects

This page provides an overview of some of the SEA projects that have taken place over the years, see the SharePoint (Internal Only) for more examples of past projects.

Article for international Journal for Student Partners

One SEA led on writing an article for the International Journal for Students as Partners which details the SEA programme, its ethos and how it operates by engaging staff and students to work together on projects. The article also highlights some key projects as examples of SEA work.

Student experience and learning during 2021 Survey

The University wanted to gather student feedback on its response to the COVID-19 pandemic and their experiences of university during the year.

SEAs were involved in helping to pilot the survey questions and also worked with the Associate Director of Educational Excellence and the Student Engagement Officer to provide further insights into the survey findings. This culminated in a "Key tips for teaching and learning going forward" (internal only) document which was disseminated to staff.

Programme Design: Pharmacy

Six students in Pharmacy were engaged for July 2021 to help with redesigning the Pharmacy curriculum. They developed learner journeys, suggestions for mapping skills into the curriculum and identified areas where further support and development was needed.

EDI Booklet

One SEA was commissioned to produce a booklet on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in SACA projects. The result was a detailed case-study booklet showcasing the SACA project over the years that had focussed on EDI issues.

Assessment Journey Toolkit

The University's Quality and Standards Committee identified a need for students to be equipped with more information about what happens when work is submitted and the role of external examiners.

As such, an SEA developed an online toolkit on the Assessment Journey to inform students about what goes into the marking process.



“SEAs provide rich and deep insight into the things that matter to students. Working with SEAs enables staff to develop significant projects that have big impacts across the university.”

Personal communication, February 17th, 2022


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