Annual Report 2016, Dublin

Annual Report 2016, Dublin

Overall there were 244 submissions (including redirected papers), 45 withdrawn/rejected, 199= 174 presented papers

Concerning the subthemes, the division is as follows:

  • Teaching & Learning 68 (accepted: 55) eventually 61 with 10 withdrawals
  • Student Transitions 19 (accepted: 15)  (18 with 3 withdrawals)
  • Academic work 36 (accepted: 29) (33/25)
  • Governance 39 (accepted: 32) (36/28)
  • Inclusion 37 (accepted: 32) 37/31
  • No theme chosen 14 (accepted: 10) (47/57)

There were 6 posters, and 6 symposia (one double one). All were accepted. The interactive poster session worked well.

In addition, the special call by Monne Wihlborg & Sue Robson received 15 responses, including 1 symposia, which is great news.

From 2017 onwards Internationalisation will be a sixth subtheme of network 22.

Attendance was good but given the number of subsessions (up to 6 at the same time) some sessions were relatively small. Rooms generally OK, and very close to one another.

Special call: internationalisation of higher education (research) had a parallel stream with about 6 sessions. This worked well

Two joint sessions, with network 26 (Leadership) and 32 (org education) and a joint symposium

We organized an excursion to Trinity College, Aidan Seery guided about 25 people along this beautiful site, a great success.

The network recevied funding for organizing a pre-conference for the HEC Amsterdam, which was highly succesful, more than 300 people attended the conference, the pre-conference about 70.

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