Dr Julie Hulme
(Reader in Psychology | Keele University | UK)


Tuesday, 23 March 2021 @ 4pm | REGISTRATION REQUIRED!

Register for this webinar here: https://tile23mar2021.eventbrite.co.uk 


The session will focus on the issues that face students during the transition to university, and as they move on through their education, and will reflect on the experiences of diverse students through a psychological lens. We will explore some practical ways to help students to successfully navigate transitions, and also consider whether it is helpful to “problematise” transitions, or to consider them as a normal part of the student (and human) life experience. 

About the speaker:

Dr Julie Hulme is a Reader in Psychology at Keele University, UK. A National Teaching Fellow, and Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (PFHEA), she applies psychology to learning, teaching, assessment, and inclusion in higher education. Julie’s own experiences as a mature student helped her to recognise the importance of transition to university, and of skills and confidence for successful university study. She strives to create engaging learning opportunities which help all students to achieve their aspirations. Julie’s teaching emphasises the application of psychology to everyday life (psychological literacy), facilitating students to apply psychology to their personal, professional, and societal goals.