Tag: Impact

Our 2021-22 Student Impact Data on Engagement with University Course

Back in February this year, I wrote an opinion blog reviewing our mid-year feedback from 2021-22 analysing the question of how…

Fiona Walsh

Higher Education, Impact

Celebrating Winchester Hub

Programmes Manager, Lydia Ferguson, reflects on wrapping up eight years of Winchester Hub with a celebration event

Lydia Ferguson


Embedding Inclusion in our approach

We reflect on our inclusion work, designed to to mainstream our approach by ensuring all students and all communities are participating in and benefitting from what we do

Simran Dhanjal-Field

Impact, News, People and Culture, Policy

Tackling the Climate Crisis Through Community and Collaboration

Amy Cotterell is a Biochemistry undergraduate student studying at the University of Bristol. In this paid student writer blog, she outlines what type of news and events have shaped her desire to tackle climate change, and why she believes working with our community and collaboration is the best way to make sustainable and environmental change. 

August Accomplishments and the new Academic year ahead!

Here are some of Student Hubs good news headlines from the month to put a smile on your face.

Unsal Kaynak

Alumni, Community, Impact, News

Engage for Change in Wales: Jay’s Reflection

Student Hubs has recently branched out with its Engage for Change programme, running a six week pilot in collaboration with the Open University in Wales. This is part of Student Hubs’ new strategy which involves doing more project-based and discrete work with university partners alongside our traditional Hub model.  

Being Motivational in May

Here are some of Student Hubs good news headlines from the month to put a smile on your face.

Unsal Kaynak

Alumni, Community, Impact, News

Fiona’s 15 for Student Hubs Challenge

As part of our fundraisers this year, we’re sharing stories from our #Team15 who are taking on the 15 for Student Hubs Challenge. You can read Sophie and Sorcha’s story about their 15 hour walk here, and below our Partnership and Development Director Fiona talks more about the inspiration and training she’s been doing for her challenge. 

Fiona Walsh

Impact, People and Culture

Tackling intergenerational loneliness through LinkAges

This year the theme of mental health awareness week is loneliness. At Student Hubs our LinkAges programme reduces loneliness in communities through fostering intergenerational friendships

Sophie Payne

Impact, Social Action

OPINION: Community-based opportunities enhances students’ academic experience

Partnerships and Development Director Fiona Walsh considers the results from our mid-year impact feedback on how our opportunities enhanced students’ engagement with their university course, and what the key themes might suggest about embedding a bold approach to community-based learning in student opportunities.