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Faculty of Education and Humanities: Theory for Research Seminar

Led by Dr Cristina Devecchi, Associate Professor (SEN)

If you are engaged in research or use research in your teaching, this seminar is for you.  In this informative seminar, Dr Cristina Devecchi will explain what is theory and the role of theory in research, policy and practice. Whether theory can result in better policies and improvements to practice.

Tuesday 6th June 2017 at 1-4pm, Room C107, Cottesbrooke, Park Campus,

All welcome

Facilitated by the Centre for Education and Research.  For more information please e-mail jane.murray@northampton.ac.uk

Theory for Research Seminar Poster – Cristina Devecchi

Research Impact: Faculty of Education and Humanities Research Seminar

Led by Liz Bonnett ~ REF Officer for Research Impact (De Montfort University – DMU)

The term ‘impact’ is used increasingly, not least in research. What is research impact? How is research impact measured? What does research impact mean for researchers? Why is the impact of research an important consideration for those working in universities? In this informative seminar, Liz Bonnett, DMU’s Research Excellence Framework (REF) Officer for Research Impact will explain research impact and why it matters to you.

Thursday 25 May 2017 ~ 3-4pm ~ Sulgrave 138, Park Campus, University of Northampton, NN2 7AL

All welcome

Facilitated by the Centre for Education and Research

E-mail jane.murray@northampton.ac.uk for more information

Seminar: #selfie: Explorations of feminine identity in social media

Submitted by Dr Helen Clegg

The next psychology research seminar will be on Wednesday 24th February 2016 in F43. The speaker will be Dr Lisa Lazard from The Open University. Her talk and abstract are below:

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Lunchtime seminar: Mental Health Training for Primary Health Practitioners

The Institute of Health and Wellbeing are holing a lunchtime seminar on Wednesday 10 February in Cottesbrooke room C328. The seminar is presented by Dr. Sheila Hardy and titled Mental Health Training for Primary Health Practitioners. Read on for full details.

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