Welcome to Professor Steven Peacock who is the new Head of Lincoln School of Film & Media (LSFM) at the College of Arts, University of Lincoln. Steven said: I am delighted to join LSFM and am excited by the wide range of programmes and wealth of initiatives being implemented across the School. We are at the cutting-edge in content and delivery of our teaching and research, and I look forward to developing more collaborations, across Schools and internationally, in the future.
University of Lincoln has been awarded Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework 2017.TEF is an independent assessment of teaching quality, student support and graduate success in Higher Education. A gold rating means our university degree courses are of the highest quality found in the UK.
Uni of Lincoln was ranked as one of the 59 Gold standard Higher Education providers – from 295 that entered the TEF – and you can read the news story here.
Claire Bell, Head of Equality & Engagement said:A culture of wellbeing is one of our University key performance indicators, and for 10 years we have worked together todeliver against this objective and provide a full week’s worth of sports and wellbeing related activities for all staff and students to take advantage of. As a key sponsor of this annual event I am proud that we celebrate our 10th Anniversary.
This is a testament to the hard work and commitment of our colleagues, who have worked over the years to build cross organisational partnerships, and actively contribute to make this annual event possible.
The aim of Looking China 看中国 is to enhance cultural communication between China and the rest of the world through the art of film. Four Lincoln School of Film & Media student-producerstook part in this year’scollaborative film making project between the University of Lincoln (UK) and a University in China. LSFM Lecturer Tom Martin was on the trip and said: “This year the students visited Guizhou University in the south west of China, each visiting a remote area to make a documentary with a small local crew. The students are keen to pass on their thanks for the opportunity to partake in the trip.
The LSFM students performed very well, with a diverse range of good quality videos being produced. The documentaries are now on YouTube, with the films and links below.”Continue reading →
Friday 11th September 2015 saw another glorious graduation day for University of Lincoln (UK) – this time for the School of Film & Media – at lovely Lincoln Cathedral.Congratulations to our alumni and we’d love former students to keep in touch: follow on Twitter @LSMAlumni and keep us posted on how you are doing in the world of work here on the LSFM Blog. The University’s 10.30am graduation ceremony was captured and you can view it at this link: http://www.iamagraduate.com/lincoln/ceremony10.html
Our Year Two students at the University of Lincoln have you had your say via the Level 2 Student Survey? We’d love to hear your comments by 16th January 2015. There’s a £300 prize fund for the School which has the highest percentage of undergraduates completing the survey. So here’s a reminder from the Student Engagement Section at EDEU (Educational Development & Enhancement Unit):
The survey is run online. Every student who is eligible to complete the survey should have received an email to their university account with a link to the survey. Or Level two students can go directly to the link www.lincoln.ac.uk/talktous and log in with their usual university username and password.
The survey asks second year undergraduate students to reflect on the quality of teaching and support so that we can use the feedback to improve these things at course, school and university levels. Thank you.
From Friday LSMwill become Lincoln School of Film & Media. LSFM will bring together Media Production, Audio Production and Film & TV with Animation and Contemporary Lens Media.
The School’s social media platforms will remain at the links you usually use like this blog, our alumni twitter and school twitter feeds. (We will be adding ‘film’ to our sites to reflect the new name, but rest assured it will still be us!)
The University of Lincoln announced ‘as of 1st August 2014 there will be an exciting new alignment of academic schools in the College of Arts. It will provide an environment which engenders interdisciplinary research and innovative teaching and will enhance the student experience.’
The College of Arts will be aligned to five schools: Lincoln School of Film & Media (all LSM BA and PGprogrammes, plus Animation BA (Hons) and Contemporary Lens Media BA (Hons). Continue reading →