Visit evasys at the AHEP Annual Conference 2024!

24-26 March, University of Warwick

See evasys on Stand 2 at the Association of Higher Education Professionals Annual Conference and Exhibition

With events season in full swing, the evasys team are looking forward to exhibiting at the Association of Higher Education Professionals (AHEP) Annual Conference and Exhibition, taking place 24-26 March at the University of Warwick.

The event theme for 2024 is “Pioneering through Political Uncertainty: Navigating the Impact of UK Elections on Higher Education”. As the UK prepares for a general election, the conference will explore how higher education continually adapts, thrives and innovates – regardless of the prevailing political landscape. The many nuances of politics with a small ‘p’ will also be explored. This inaugural AHEP conference is aimed at HE professionals at all career stages, especially those who may be new to the sector.

The conference programme is diverse, with speakers including the shadow minister for Higher Education, Matt Western, Liam Earney from JISC and Rajani Naidoo, UNESCO Chair and Deputy VC of People and Culture ant University of Exeter. Programme topics cover inclusivity, process improvement, student lifecycle, HE recruitment, collaboration and culture.

AHEP Annual Conference 2024
  • Date: 24-26 March 2024

  • Location:  University of Warwick

  • Who: UK’s leading event for HE Professionals

  • Theme: “Pioneering through Political Uncertainty: Navigating the Impact of UK Elections on Higher Education”

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Glenda and Joe

Visit Glenda Saint John and Joe Mahon on Stand 2 in the exhibition hall at the AHEP Annual Conference to discuss their experiences of helping higher education institutions to make positive impacts and drive enhancement from detailed survey data.

In addition to module and course evaluation experience, Glenda and Joe have recently been working with evasys partners to set up, analyse and generate actionable insights from pre-arrival and belonging surveys in UK institutions.

Specifically, Glenda has been working with several UK universities to support pre-arrival surveys for incoming students aimed at improving retention and success, and Joe has supported the UK-wide pilot of the Being, Belonging, Becoming survey spearheaded by Professor Harriet Dunbar-Morris.

Both Glenda and Joe have decades of HE experience, both within institutions and in companies that support higher education, providing an innate understanding of the processes and dynamics at play within universities. Their knowledge isn’t simply about our market-leading software, it offers unique insights into the wider business processes within HE that can create positive, long-lasting impact on the success of existing and new survey processes.