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MY COURSE REP PROJECTS - HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY

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Mark Barrow

on 7 February 2018

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MY COURSE REP PROJECTS - HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
History Newsletter, Y Clorian
I've also set up a History and Archaeology Newsletter - Y Clorian. I am currently putting together the fourth edition.
It's purpose is to provide a forum for students within the School to openly write about their historical experiences - any places of interest they have visited, for instance.
I include a 'staff profile' in every edition, which allows students to read into the interests and hobbies of their lecturers.
I also advertise events that are taking place within the School, such as Research Seminars.
Recognition
Following last year's trip, I received messages from students who said they had a great time - many had become friends with people they hadn't met before. Hearing that made all the organising very worthwhile!
I was lucky enough to be nominated for three awards at last year's Course Rep awards, winning the Ede and Ravenscroft award.
My advice: speak to students within your School and find out what they would benefit from.
Student-led trips
Last year, I organised a student-led History trip to Berlin and Krakow. 44 students from across Arts and Humanities went on the trip, and all had a great time!
I organsied the accommodation, travel and full itinerary by liasing with a tour company. I think educational trips are a great way for course reps to provide something meaningful for students.
We visited Auschwitz, and had a personal tour of Berlin by our own Dr. Alexander Sedlmaier.
I decided to organise another trip for this year - the plans are in place for our trip to Prague between 26 and 31 March.
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