Values and Behaviours World Cafe
Lucie Langley, Faculty Education Manager for the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, and Cameron Storey, Faculty Student Engagement and Support Officer, have written to all students and staff about the upcoming world cafe events on values and behaviours taking place online on Monday 24 January and in-person on Tuesday 25 January. Staff and students are encouraged to attend and share your views on what Queen Mary's Values mean to you.
You are invited to share what Queen Mary’s Values mean to you at an event bringing together students, University staff and members of the Students’ Union to collaborate on making our Values living practice.
Our transition to a mixed mode of education has presented challenges, including making sure we are all treated with the respect our community is built on.
Our core values are
We will be inclusive and maintain our proud tradition of nurturing and supporting talented students and staff regardless of their background and circumstances, and continually enhance our strong engagement with our local and global communities.
We are proud of the difference we can all make when we work collectively.
We are ambitious and we will foster innovation and creativity, disrupt conventional thought, and respond with imagination to new opportunities to further our vision, mission and academic ambitions.
We will be collegial and promote a strong unified community through openness, listening, understanding, co-operation and co-creation, ensuring focused delivery of our collective vision and strategy.
We will act with the highest ethical standards, and with integrity, in all that we do.
World cafe events to discuss IPACE
We would like to come together and discuss what these values mean for you. The purpose is to understand how we as a community of learners engage with the Queen Mary values of IPACE and how we make them a living practice in education rather than a stand alone paper. We will be holding events that allow staff and students to discuss IPACE together.
The purpose is to understand how we as a community of learners engage with the Queen Mary values of IPACE and how we make them a living practice rather than a stand alone paper.
Lucie Langley and Cameron Storey