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Kate Little

Student Support Project Officer, University of Liverpool

Kate Little is currently a Project Officer in Student Support at the University of Liverpool, where she manages University-level change projects in areas affecting students’ welfare. She previously worked for the National Union of Students and The Student Engagement Partnership, where she ran a national project aimed at encouraging students’ unions to make better use of NSS data. Kate has delivered training, workshops and presentations to students’ union and university staff on a range of topics including academic support; assessment and feedback; analysing and using student feedback and effective student engagement.

Prior to her time at NUS, Kate was a student sabbatical officer at Manchester Students’ Union for two years after finishing her law degree. She has also worked to support course representatives at Queen Mary Students’ Union, and was a QAA Reviewer for two years.