Submitted by Jessica York, Moulton College
October Study Week was a busy time in the Equine Therapy Centre at Moulton College. An exciting collaboration with the Royal Veterinary College meant that a state-of-the-art piece of equipment could be borrowed and applied to horses for the first time whilst exercising on the College’s equine aqua-treadmill.
A launch event will take place on Tuesday 10th December 2013 for students who are considering applying for this fantastic opportunity to come along and learn more about the programme which is relevant to students from all academic backgrounds. Read the rest of this entry
The Graduate School’s Images of Research exhibition is doing the rounds and is now on the ground floor of Rockingham Library, Park Campus. So do go along if you missed the exhibition at the Avenue Art Gallery on November 20th. Read the rest of this entry
Submitted by Matthew McCormack
A project funded by the Institute of Learning and Teaching called ‘MASHABLE: MA Skills in History through Blended Learning’ presents an opportunity for a student researcher to earn a £500 bursary.
The project is running until 1 July 2014 and explores how ‘face to face’ and ‘distance’ methods can best be combined in postgraduate-level History.
To apply, please email Matthew with a short statement (max. 200 words) outlining why your experience would be suitable for the project, by 13 December 2013.
Workshops coming up this side of Christmas include an introductory day for students between enrolment and registration, 2 qualitative methodology workshops, Word Handling Long Documents and SPSS part 2. Read the rest of this entry