Date published: October 31, 2016
Influence the Salford student experience over coffee
If you’re passionate about the student experience, you could directly influence the university’s future policy by speaking to Dr Sam Grogan, our Pro Vice-Chancellor (Student Experience), over a cup of coffee.
Sam’s regular ‘café conversations allow him to hear directly from you and put your words into action by improving the student experience at Salford.
This series of “café conversations” takes place around campus over the coming months and run through to the festive season.
Sam said: “In my previous role as Dean of Students I had some great conversations with staff and students about what was and wasn’t working, and what they wanted to see from their University.
“Now I want to carry on that conversation and use it to help us realise our full potential. We have a brilliant opportunity to build upon the innovative practices already happening across our institution and add to these by hearing directly from our students.
“There’s no rigid or formal agenda - just turn up and have a chat over coffee about how to move the University from ‘good to great’.”
Drop in and see Sam here:
Friday 4 November – Museum and Art Gallery 2-4pm
Monday 7 November – Library Café 10am-12noon
Friday 18 November – New Adelphi 2-4pm
Tuesday 29 November – Allerton Restaurant 3-5pm
Thursday 8 December – Chapman Café 9-11am
Tuesday 13 December – Maxwell Restaurant 2-4pm
Wednesday 21 December – Museum and Art Gallery 10am-12noon
If you can’t make any of the sessions, please drop a line or comment directly via our Salford Conversation pages here.
Sam is also on Twitter @SamGrogan.