We’re delighted to report that we are the sponsor of AdvanceHE’s upcoming Island of Ireland Symposium on 25th May.
The one day event will focus on universities’ measurable impact against the UN Sustainable Development Goals and will attract lecturers, programme leaders and senior management from higher education institutions throughout Ireland.
Meet the evasys team
Dr Helena Lim, Head of Opportunities, and Glenda Saint John, Head of Engagement will be representing evasys at the event, with Helena participating in the panel session to discuss ‘Sustainable Citizenship: The role and value of the Higher Education sector in modelling sustainable practices ad developing competencies in sustainability’.
And how might surveys factor into Sustainable Citizenship? Well, you will just have to attend the panel discussion or read our post-event blog to find out!
An effective survey and evaluation process is a force for good; for current students, future cohorts, staff and alumni as citizens of the world. In addition to helping with modelling sustainability, a well implemented evaluation process impacts student engagement, experience and retention. It also contributes to improved student satisfaction, particularly around student voice and closing the feedback loop.