Winners of the 2021 Seed Funding Competition for Developing Innovative Pedagogies and Teaching Practices in PRME
We are delighted to confirm the winners of our second Seed Funding Competition for Developing Innovative Pedagogic Approaches and Teaching Practices in PRME.
In 2021, we received a number of very high-quality submissions addressing a wide range of relevant issues. The following projects were awarded funding and we look forward to sharing their outputs with the PRME community in due course:
Dr Emma Surman (Birmingham Business School), Dr Caroline Chapain (Birmingham Business School), and Jen Ridding (Barber Institute of Fine Arts): ‘Using Fine Art to Dismantle Colonisation in the Business School’.
Dr Medina Tash (University of Sussex Business School): ‘Integration of Sustainable Experiential Learning in the Business School Curriculum’.
Dr Lauren Traczykowski (Aston University), ‘Ethics in Crisis – An Emergent Visual Novel’.
The Pedagogy Seed Funding Competition is open to all faculty in PRME Signatory Schools in the UK and Ireland where the Schools are paid-up members of the UK and Ireland PRME Chapter.
This initiative was developed to encourage innovation, experimentation, and impact in PRME related teaching. It also recognises the fact that financial barriers frequently exist that prevent individuals and groups from putting their ideas into practice. In a bid to help address this, awards up to the value of £1000 each were made available.
The Pedagogy Seed Funding Competition will run again in late 2022.