Full programme unveiled for Digital Universities UK
Leeds is gearing up to stage a major digital event later this year.
The University is proud to be co-hosting Times Higher Education’s Digital Universities UK event from Monday 17 to Thursday 20 April.
The full DUUK programme has now been unveiled and includes Vice-Chancellor Professor Simone Buitendijk; the Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Student Education, Professor Jeff Grabill; and Professor Arunangsu Chatterjee, Dean for Digital Transformation, alongside many other University colleagues.
This is the first time an event of this kind has been hosted outside of London. It will bring together higher education, industry and policy leaders working at the intersection of academic innovation and technology under one roof.
It’s an opportune time to host an event of this stature with the University committed to an ambitious Digital Transformation strategy.
Digital Universities UK will present the latest challenges and opportunities of digital-first higher education along with cutting-edge start-ups and ideas that will reshape the future, forever.
Delegates can expect keynotes, interactive panels, live demonstrations, intimate discussions, practical workshops, unparalleled networking and much more.
In addition to the main event, there will be a fringe exhibition showcasing a selection of our digital innovations to delegates, students and staff. Visitors will also get to explore the University’s cutting-edge digital facilities.Posted in: University newsDigital TransformationHigher education news