Are you interested in learning more about the recently established Centre for Transforming Access and Student Outcomes in Higher Education (TASO)?
Join us to hear from TASO’s Establishing Director, Susannah Hume and Deputy Director (Research) Eliza Kozman, along with Professor Don MacRaild, Pro-Vice Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange at London Metropolitan University and Dr Zainab Khan, Director of the Centre for Equity and Inclusion at London Metropolitan University.
The session will cover:
- How TASO is finding and filling evidence gaps on effective approaches to widening access and improving student outcomes in higher education
- TASO’s research commissioning and future opportunities for collaboration
- A case study from London Metropolitan University
- Ways to get involved with TASO and how to access best practice resources.
Who should attend?
– Widening participation professionals
– Student success professionals
The Centre for Transforming Access and Student Outcomes in Higher Education (TASO) is being set up by a consortium of King’s College London, Nottingham Trent University and the Behavioural Insights Team.
TASO was set up in 2019 and is funded by the Office for Students. TASO will be fully independent and self-funding by 2022.