Events

The listing below shows all events taking place across the University. You may also browse:

 
 
Thursday 20th May 2021

Public Talk: Understanding Who We Are: A Daoist Perspective

Date
20/05/2021
Description
Join us to take a Daoist perspective on ourselves.
Friday 21st May 2021

Critically appraising published literature (STEM)

Date
21/05/2021
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
Discover how to think critically when reading and evaluating information, particularly papers found in published journals. Suitable for undergraduates (year two onwards) and masters students.
Monday 24th May 2021

School Brown Bag: Markus Eberhardt

Date
24/05/2021
Location:
MS Teams
Description
Democracy doesn't always happen over night: Regime change in stages and economic growth

Researcher Information Skills - Medicine and Health Sciences

Date
24/05/2021
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
An overview of advanced search techniques and specialist information resources to improve literature searching activities in your research area. Suitable for researchers in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Science. Booking is essential.
Tuesday 25th May 2021

Researcher Information Skills - Science

Date
25/05/2021
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
An overview of advanced search techniques and specialist information resources to improve literature searching activities in your research area. Suitable for researchers in the Faculty of Science. Booking is essential.

Teacher Training Information Session (online)

Date
25/05/2021
Location:
Online event
Description
Find out more about our teacher training courses and the application process.

GEP Seminar: Navid Sabet (Goethe University)

Date
25/05/2021
Location:
Zoom
Description
Legal status, local spending and political empowerment: The distributional consequences of the 1986 IRCA
Wednesday 26th May 2021

Researcher Information Skills - Arts

Date
26/05/2021
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
An overview of advanced search techniques and specialist information resources to improve literature searching activities in your research area. Suitable for researchers in the Faculty of Arts. Booking is essential.

CREDIT Development Seminar: Emma Riley (University of Oxford)

Date
26/05/2021
Location:
Zoom
Description
Resisting social pressure in the household using mobile money: Experimental evidence on microenterprise investment in Uganda
Displaying 11 to 20 of 48