Parallel sessions

Parallel session 1: Monday 28 October 2019 (15.00 – 16.30)

Session 

Session title

Name presenters

Institution

Format

1.1

TRIO: A story of college readiness, college success and professional preparation

Tom Rowland & Aaron Cortes

Commonwealth Educational Opportunity Center & Northeastern Illinois University (USA)

workshop

1.2

Realising a University for All – moving from vision to practice

Dr Anna M. Kelly & Dr Lisa Padden

University College Dublin (Ireland)

workshop

1.3

What’s your story? Revealing identity struggles in student biographies via storytelling, writing and drawing

Dr. Janika Grunau, Dr. Miriam Buse & Dr. Juliane Fuge

University of Paderborn and University of Osnabrück (Germany)

workshop

1.4

SandWishing and designing education form bottom up in a diverse context

Kirsten Roosendaal

Royal Conservatoire Antwerp, Artesius Plantijn  (Belgium)

workshop

1.5

Widening Participation of Underrepresented groups in Erasmus+

Katherine Allinson & Wim Gabriels

Universities UK International (UK) & Erasmus Student Network (Belgium)

workshop

1.6

Creating inclusive student environments in a non-inclusive teaching environment? Diverse competent teachers as sense of belonging

Evelyn Morreel & Elke Emmers

Odisee University College  & UC Leuven Limburg (Belgium)

workshop

1.7

Don't get Trumped! Avoiding Extra-organizational Threats and Achieving Success with Strengths-based Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives

Drew B. Mallory

KU Leuven (Belgium)

workshop

1.8

Where are My Role Models?

Lorraine Gearing

Coventry University (UK)

workshop

Parallel session 2: Tuesday 29 October 2019 (10.45-11.45)

Session 

Session title

Name presenters

Institution

Format

2.1

Guidelines for inclusion of multilingual students with a migration background

Joke Vrijders, Pieterjan Bonne & Heleen Vander Beken

Artevelde University College (Belgium)

Paper

2.2

Strategies towards equity, diversity and inclusion at universities: outcomes of the INVITED project

Anna-Lena Claeys-Kulik

European University Association  (Belgium)

Paper

2.3

Pathways to success into Higher Education: what do 70 inclusive education practices of the Erasmus+ project #Multinclude tell us?

Edward van Os

The Hague University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands)

Paper

2.4 Developing an inclusive learning trajectory academic language skills Prof. Dr. Lieve De Wachter, Margot D'Hertefelt, Kristen Fivez, Machteld Hauben & Prof. Dr. Kris Van den Branden KULeuven (Belgium)  

2.5

Students as Colleagues : impacts on learning and engagement

Dr Luke Millard

Birmingham City University (UK)

Paper

2.6

From Pockets of Good Practice to Institutional Policy

Lorraine Gearing

Coventry University (UK)

Paper

2.7

Re-engaging Adult Learners: Enrollment and Degree Completion Strategies through Prior Learning Assessment via Work-Life Experiences

Dr. Gale Gibson-Gayle & Ms. Jennifer Graham

St. Francis College, New York (USA)

Paper 

2.8

Building Intercultural Competences of Students in Higher Education

Aike Broens (presenter), Lonneke de Meijer, Rick Wolff & Marieke Meeuwisse (presenter)

Erasmus University Rotterdam (The Netherlands)

Paper 

 

 

Parallel session 3: Tuesday 29 October 2019 (12.00-12.30)

Session

Session title

Name presenters

Institution

Format

3.1

Kickstart 101: is it preparing minority students for University or preparing the University for minority students?

Dr. Tasileta Teevale

University of Otago (New Zealand)

 

Paper 

3.2

Increasing representation and resilience of students with migrant background in higher education: Outlining the project

Helena Calleeuw

Vives University College of Applied Sciences (Belgium)

 

Paper 

3.3

How to connect students in order to raise their mental well-being

Sarah Peene, Katrien Verhoeven & Mathilde Joos

Warm Cities Ghent, Artevelde University College Ghent & University of Applied Sciences Ghent(Belgium)

Paper 

3.4

Inspiring change: learning from underrepresented student’s life stories

Frances Hall

University of Northampton (UK)

Paper 

3.5

Talent Development Programme:  Creating a school of excellence for underrepresented students in South Africa

Lynthon S. Jacobs

Stellenbosch University (South Africa)

Paper 

3.6

‘Going Beyond Equality’ Defending Fair Access in Practice and Evaluation

Dr Simon Harold Walker  & Dr Bernadette Sanderson

FOCUS West, Glasgow, Scotland (UK)

Paper 

3.7

Working Group Talent for Inclusion at KU Leuven

Leen De Bolle and Karle De Volder KULeuven (Belgium) Paper
3.8

Risaala: an organisation for youth with a migration background setup by students 

 

Siham Habichi, Nora Achahbar, Abdelmalek Nouhhaidi, Ismail El Ouassif, Ahlam Habichi and Meridjana Jukaj 

Artevelde University College Ghent and University Ghent (Belgium)  Paper

Parallel session 4: Tuesday 29 October 2019 (13.30-15.00)

Session

Session title

Name presenters

Institution

Format

4.1

Innovative learning methods for motivation and participation of all students.

Ine Bogaerts & Karine Hindrix

UC Leuven Limburg (Belgium)

workshop

4.2

Level 5 qualifications for more open access, permeability and flexible learning pathways

Hans Daale

Leido (The Netherlands)

workshop

4.3

Global Experience: Access, Equity and Inclusion for Study Abroad

 

Aaron Cortes & Tom Rowland

Commonwealth Educational Opportunity Center & Northeastern Illinois University (USA)

workshop

4.4

Tackling thresholds together: Implementation of a support system for students with special needs and challenges for the future

Inge Van Liedekerke & Tinneke De Clercq

Artevelde University College, Ghent (Belgium)

workshop

4.5

Inclusive mobility: policies and practices to create an inclusive mobility framework

 

Dominique Montagnese & Valérie Van Hees

Confia International (France) &  Support Centre for Inclusive Higher Education (Belgium)

workshop

4.6

Touching a sense of belonging: experiencing the Erasmus+ Project #iBelong

 

Dr. Rick Wolff, Dr. Miriam Buse, Miriam Burfeind & Dr. Marieke Meeuwisse

Erasmus University Rotterdam (The Netherlands) and Osnabrück University (Germany)

workshop

4.7

Students as institutional allies who contribute to inclusive education and a greater sense of belonging for students

Marjolijn van der Klis, Frank Tuitt, Mary Tupan-Wenno, Simone Aumaj &  Erik van Halewijn

 

Ministry of Education Culture and Science (The Netherlands)

University of Denver (USA)

ECHO Center for Diversity Policy (The Netherlands)

University Utrecht (The Netherlands) and University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

workshop

4.8 Get inspired and dream your own student support system Lien Ampe, Sara Raemdonck & Ann-Marie Van Noten

Artevelde University College, Ghent (Belgium)

workshop

Parallel session 5: Tuesday 29 October 2019 (15.30-16.30)

Session

Session title

Name presenters

Institution

Format

5.1

Migrants, refugees and asylum seekers:  creating a culture of welcome in a University of Sanctuary

Dr. Anna Kelly & Fiona Sweeney

University College Dublin (Ireland)

Paper 

5.2

Diversity: from policy to practice

Tinneke De Clercq & Nele Pierlet

Artevelde University College Ghent (Belgium)

Paper 

5.3

Waiting until high school to offer university readiness services is often too little, too late

Dr. Ngondi Kamatuka, Dr. Meghan Ecker-Lyster, Dr. Neal Kingston & Craig Gehring

University of Kansas, Lawrence & Master Prep, Lousiana (USA)

Paper 

5.4

An Equity Performance Ranking for Australian Higher Education: Some Considerations Using the Berlin Principles

Dr Paul Koshy and Dr Tim Pitman

Curtin University, Perth (Australia)

 

Paper 

5.5

External Drivers/Internal Impacts - The Case of Glasgow School of Art

Shona Paul

The Glasgow School of Art, Scotland (UK)

Paper 

5.6

Student Central – a Psychology-led Academic Support Programme for Students with Disabilities at Maynooth University, Kildare, Ireland

Suzanne McCarthy & Grace Edge

Rehab Group - Learning &   Maynooth University (Ireland)

Paper 

5.7

Towards supporting accessible learning as a networked practice

To drop out or to speak up: how boys experience higher education

A seat at the table: Who is really creating your policies?

Start To Talk: A mental health talking group by students for students

Lore Demedts, Nele Pierlet & Thomas Claeys

Gregory Callebaut & Delphine Bastien

Beatriz I. Valencia Hernandez

Lindsey Van Raemdonck & Rico Paridaens

Artevelde University College Ghent (Belgium)

Artevelde University College Ghent (Belgium)

Idaho State University (USA)

Ghent University (Belgium)

Show and tell session

Parallel session 6: Wednesday 30 October 2019 (9.00-9.30)

Session

Session title

Name presenters

Institution

Format

6.1

Is reducing entry grades for disadvantaged students the answer to widening access?

Laurence Lasselle

School of Management, University of St Andrews (UK)

Paper 

6.2

Integration and success in higher education in France through mentoring : a research based analysis

Boris Walbaum & Muriel Ekovich

Article 1, Paris (France)

Paper 

6.3

"The Creative Arts Summer School" a model for change: A collaborative and innovative model for widening participation to the Creative Arts in Higher Education in Ireland

Finola Mc Ternan & Professor Dervil Jordan

 National College of Art and Design, Dublin (Ireland)

Paper 

6.4

SciMathUS: A successful university access programme for underserved students in South Africa

Elza Lourens

Stellenbosch University (South Africa)

Paper 

6.5

The role model project in Ghent: working with students as role models for underrepresented groups

Nele Pierlet & 2 students

Artevelde University College Ghent, Odisee, University Ghent, Luca School of Arts, University of Applied Sciences Ghent (Belgium)

Paper 

6.6

WHY underrepresented students face downgrading in secondary education and HOW mentoring could prevent this

 

Gusta Tavecchio & Winnie Roseval

Erasmus University Rotterdam (the Netherlands)

Paper 

6.7

How to make your educational practices/services more inclusive: tips and tricks for universal design

Lisa Herman

Support Centre for Inclusive Higher Education (Belgium)

Paper 

Parallel session 7: Wednesday 30 October 2019 (9.45-10.15)

Session

Session title

Name presenters

Institution

Format

7.1

Mainstreaming good practice in Access & Participation; opportunities and challenges

Olive Byrne

University College Cork (Ireland)

Paper 

7.2

Lacking diversity in teacher training: causes and potential actions

Sofie Thoen, Bert Van Helleputte & Griet Vanwynsberghe

Vives University College of Applied Sciences (Belgium)

Paper 

7.3

ECHO Community Meet-up – fostering inclusive policy and best practice in communities, organizations and institutions

Ergün Can Çelik

ECHO Center for Diversity Policy (The Netherlands)

 

Paper 

7.4

The Development of Student Identity and Belonging for TAP Foundation Course students, Trinity College Dublin

Sarah Grimson

Trinity College Dublin (Ireland)

Paper 

7.5

Elevating the Student Voice - using design thinking to develop student supports

Martha Brandes & Gemma Lynch

Maynooth University (Ireland)

Paper 

7.6

Post-Secondary Career Pathways: Apprenticeship Models Creating Greater Equity in the United States and Europe

Noel S. Anderson, Ph.D. & Lisette Nieves

New York University (USA)

Paper 

7.7

Extending learning enhancement opportunities to learners from a rural area using a digital learning platform

Danelda van Graan

SUNCEP (South Africa)

Paper 

7.8

Practice before policy - Implementing digital inclusion in higher education

Weiqin Chen

Oslo Metropolitan University (Norway)

Paper