All are welcome to this seminar on 12th May. See the flyer at: Health – Research Seminar
Postgraduate students from the Reproduction Research Group at De Montfort University are hosting a Postgraduate Conference on ‘The Sociology of Technologically Mediated Reproduction’ at De Montfort University on Thursday 29th May. Please note the closing date for the call for abstracts is Friday 21st March. Read the rest of this entry
Kaleidoscope Graduate Student Research Conference Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, May 29th & 30th, 2014
Posted on behalf of The Kaleidoscope Team 2014
Dear postgraduate students,
Kaleidoscope is an annual, two-day conference hosted by research students at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, UK. It is aimed at the needs of current research students in the broad field of education studies, and seeks to provide a space where research students can connect with others, find inspiration, and share their own in-progress research in a supportive environment. Read the rest of this entry
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
Submitted by Ruth Hughes-Rowlands
The School of Health at The University of Northampton presents, in association with NHS Northamptonshire, a Workplace Wellbeing Event incorporating The Peggie Kellam Memorial Lecture. The event will be held on Thursday 23rd May 2013 from 10.30am to 2.30pm at Sunley Management Centre, Park Campus, the University of Northampton.
The Programme of Events will incorporate the Peggie Kellam Memorial Lecture presented by Colonel A P Finnegan, followed by our keynote speaker, Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes. This year’s event will examine issues relating to work life balance, occupational stress and mental health within the armed forces and other professions.
Additional speakers will include Neville Davies, Paul West & Claire Zambuni — Fishing for Heroes. Lunch will be provided
For further information and to book a place please contact: Email: email@example.com Tel: 01604 892820.
UN Research Students, Supervisors and staff are invited to join us at the Graduate School’s Research Student Poster competition, which takes place on Wednesday 8th May, from 11:15 to 2pm in the Dialog Cafe area of the Rockingham Library, Park Campus. Please drop in, if you can, take a look at the posters and support your colleagues.
The event will be opened by Professor Ian Livingstone, Head of the Graduate School, at 11:15 and will close at 13:50 with the announcement of winners by the Vice Chancellor, Professor Nick Petford. The winner will receive a £100 prize, with two runner-up prizes of £75.
The aim of this event is for students to create a visually exciting poster which explains their research to a mixed audience of non subject specialists. The poster competition is open to all research students from all years of study.
UN Research Students are invited by the Graduate School to enter the University’s Research Poster competition, which takes place on Wednesday 8th May. The winner will receive a £100 prize, with two runner-up prizes of £75.
The aim of this event is for students to create a poster that explains their research to a mixed audience of non subject-specialists. The poster competition is open to all research students from all years of study. If you are in your first year, you can just present preliminary results or some data and ideas for further consideration. Supervisors are invited to come along and support their students on the day.
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