The department of English and Creative Writing organises a series of seminars led by different external speakers. The seminars tackle a variety of interesting topics. Please check the list of Up Coming Seminars for more details.
When you are polishing your chapters, there are things which were initially written as plans (future) but are now being reported on (past) which relate to recent changes/developments (present perfect) and may have claims for possibly being ‘true’ (present simple). If you are in the process of writing your thesis and you would like to know how to use tenses to show criticality in your work, then come along to a research seminar organized by the Dr. Dave Burnapp and Prof.Janet Wilson on 21sth Nov at 2pm in SN202. To book your place, please visit the link
On the 20th to 21st June, The Graduate School and the Faculties held their first joint conference. Over two days we had over 40 oral presentations from postgraduate researchers and staff from across the University , displayed about 30 research posters and held our second 3-Minute Thesis competition, which was won by Emmanuel Offori-Attah, a postgraduate researcher in the Faculty of Arts, Science and Technology.
The main conference was live streamed across the Web over the two days. Congratulations to all of those who took part in what was a very successful event.
If you would like to watch the video of the recording, both days are available online.
For Wednesday 20th June (Day 1) there are 2 recordings due to a break in the live stream – part one and part two. For Thursday 21st June there is just one video. Do view the programme if you would like to see the session timings. Please direct any comments and feedback to Simone Apel in the Graduate School.