SOAS University of London

Silence on Campus: making a noise about stammering

Professor Deborah Johnston, SOAS Pro Director (Learning and Teaching)

Date: 19 January 2019Time: 9:45 AM

Finishes: 19 January 2019Time: All Day

Venue: Brunei Gallery Room: Brunei Gallery Lecture Theatre

Type of Event: Conference

A conference featuring latest research, findings and discussion of stammering, specifically within the higher education domain. Talks covering university applications, socialising, assessment methods, academic and non-academic staff, job interviews and more!



Time Event Presenter(s)
10:30-10:45 Welcome Speech Claire Norman & Professor Deborah Johnston
10:45-11:15 Landing Your First job Rachel Everard
11:15-11:45 Thriving at Work with a Stammer Iain Wilkie
12:00-12:30 Stammering at University Gillian Rudd & Abed Ahmed
12:30-13:00 What makes an Effective Network for Staff and Students? Dr Lindsey Pike
14:00-14:30 The Importance of being a Pro-Active Student who Studies Grant Meredith
14:30-15:00 Additional Labour? higher Education Lecturers' Experiences of managing Fluency and Dysfluency Dr Claire Tupling
15:00-15:30 Stammering and Inclusionin the Rapidly Changing Context of Universities Professor Deborah Johnston
15:45-16:15 Universities: STUC in their Ways? Claire Norman
16:15-16:45 Panel Q&A Claire Norman, Chris Douce, Beulah Samuel-Ogbu, Mandy Taylor & Rory Sheridan. Moderated by Billy Stephens
16:45-17:00 Closing Speech Claire Norman & Professor Deborah Johnston


STUC (Stammerers Through University Consultancy): 
The British Stammering Association: 

Organiser: Stammers Through University Consultancy

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