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Institute of Health and Wellbeing April Lunchtime Seminar: Incorporating Cancer Risk Information into General Practice: The first steps from a sandpit idea
Presenter: Dr Juliet Usher-Smith MA, MB BCHir, PhD, MRCGP, Clinical Senior Research Associate, Cancer Research UK/BUPA Foundation Cancer Prevention Fellow
When: Wednesday 12th April, 1:00 – 2:00pm
Where: Sulgrave S029, Park Campus, University of Northampton, Boughton Green Rd, Northampton, NN2 7AL
For further information and to book a place please follow the link: https://lunchtimeseminarapril.eventbrite.co.uk
A sandwich lunch will be provided. If you have any specific dietary requirements, please email email@example.com by Monday 10th April
All you need to know when Writing a Winning Bid
Writing a winning bid isn’t as simple as just putting your ideas down on paper. Making sure that your written application does your project justice is key to impressing the reviewers and securing funding. Facilitated by Helen Backhouse, Bidding Officer for the Research and Strategic Bidding Office, this workshop will equip you with the tools to write a winning bid of your own.
Tuesday, 25th April from 2-4pm in Room C312, Cottesbrooke Building, Park Campus.
To book your place, please click on the Eventbrite link.
On Wednesday 20th September 2017 The University of Northampton are holding their third Approaches to Inequalities conference. Following the success of last year’s doctoral stream, Professor Chantal Davies from Chester University and Visiting Professor in Law at the University of Northampton, has kindly agreed to Chair this year’s doctoral stream.
The organisers welcome proposals for papers relating to the conference theme from Doctoral students at all stages of their PhD – closing date 24th April. This will be a supportive environment to present papers relating to your PhD research and there will be an opportunity to receive feedback and comments from both Professor Davies, other students and conference delegates. Read the rest of this entry
On Wednesday 15 March Bangladesh Assistant High Commissioner, Mr. Muhammad Zulqar Nain, will visit UoN to deliver a seminar on “Economic Development In Bangladesh”.
His presentation will include:
1. A short introduction of recent economic development in Bangladesh.
2. Some discussion of its relationship with Britain and China (including the influence of the ‘one belt one road’ initiative’).
The seminar will be on Wednesday 15 March from 13:00-14:30 in Cottesbrooke C226, Park Campus. Some local Bangladesh food will also be provided for you to try. If you would like to book a place please go to the Eventbrite page. If you have any questions please contact Esther Ramsden.
Submitted by Dr. Faith Tucker
All are invited to attend a presentation on Health and Development from speaker Sonia Coates. The session is part of GEO2006 Geography and Development.
The second University of Northampton Internet of Things 3-day event will be held on February 4th and 5th, and March 4th, and will be dedicated to Smart Transportation. Respected speakers, from across the industry, will be presenting in a number of workshops that will aid participants to create their own “start up” in technology. Students from all academic levels and staff from across the University will blend in the development of a technology startup.
Google Digital Garage, Transport Systems Catapult, Parallel Wireless and Augmented Vacancies will join the Changemaker Hub, The Enterprise Club and the Computing Department of the University of Northampton.
Students can use this opportunity to start working on their final year dissertations based on real life technology business development ideas that will be discussed in this event and we would like to invite our colleagues to encourage attendance.
The Faculty of Education and Humanities are hosting a wide variety of research seminars this term. These events are open to everyone across the University, you can expect a warm welcome and interesting debate.
A full list of the upcoming programme as well as a selection of seminar posters are attached to this post.
If so, you might be interested in a couple of workshops the Graduate School are running in February and March. On 21st February in MY120, Avenue Campus we are running a Finishing Development Day featuring three workshops – Preparing for the Viva, Editing and Finishing your Thesis and Proofreading your Work. You can attend all three or just a single workshop – please book each workshop separately, just click on the links above or see the Calendar in Gateway.
For those students at the mid-point of their PhD or Doctorate, Dr Kate Mahoney will be visiting us on 7th March to run Effective Progress. The workshop will help you to
- recognise the progress you have made in relation to your overall project
- define and refine your research hypothesis and your thesis structure
- understand the requirements of the PhD, including the assessment criteria
- review how you manage your PhD process
You will also develop a short- to mid-term action plan to help you successfully complete your thesis. Read the rest of this entry
Drs Sarah Neill and Hala Mansour are, today, running the first Nvivo workshop of the year for The Graduate School. The workshop is open to research students and researchers at the University and has been fully booked with a waiting list for some time. Nvivo is a tool for qualitative data analysis and the University has a subscription to the software. Research students can download a copy of the software to their computers from this page on the Student Hub.
We hope to offer the workshop again so if you are a research student, early career researcher, or a member of research staff and would like to register interest for the next workshop please email Simone.