We’re very excited to announce that 7 new activities can be recorded in Section 6.1 of the HEAR from next year.
The HEAR Validation Group met last week and approved these activities which means that if you take part in them, you can ask for them to be recorded on your HEAR next year.
Careers Service Academic Skills Certificate
This can be recorded on your HEAR if you have completed a skills self-assessment, undertaken enhancing academic skills workshops and a reflected on and evidenced your development and learning.
East London Lines Editorial Volunteer (Media & Communications)
Recognises the work of students who contribute content to East London Lines and further develop research, writing and publishing skills in addition to building up a portfolio of published news stories.
Participation in a Departmental Ensemble (Music)
If you are part of one of the Music Department Ensembles (Goldsmiths Sinfonia, Chamber Choir, Contemporary Music Ensemble, Music Collective, Studio Laptop Ensemble, Goldsmiths Vocal Ensemble, Chamber Orchestra, New Music Ensemble, Big Band and Film Orchestra) you can gain recognition on their HEAR for participating in rehearsals and performing in public concerts.
Directing a Departmental Ensemble (Music)
If you direct any of the Music Department ensembles, you can gain recognition on your HEAR for directing rehearsals and directing public performances.
Associate Researcher Award (Theatre and Performance)
Recognises outstanding academic and practical work over three years of the BA in Theatre and Performance and nurtures talented companies in their first year after graduation.
Associate Artist Prize (Theatre and Performance)
Recognises an outstanding academic track record and dissertation and in addition to receiving mentoring and access to library facilities, the recipient will act as a writing and research mentor for undergraduates.
Theatre Workshop Facilitator in a Community Setting (Theatre and Performance)
If you take the Community Theatre module in your final year and wish to continue working with a community group to further develop your professional practice, you can gain recognition on your HEAR for planning, developing and delivering theatre workshops in an outreach setting.
We aim to continue to grow the list of activities that we’re recognising on the HEAR. If you think an activity should be HEARable but isn’t, get in touch HEAR@gold.ac.uk