Posts tagged with ‘seminar’

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Inaugural Consultancy Skills development seminar

Enhance your personal capabilities, consultancy engagement opportunities and create impact. This event has been designed specifically for all University of Nottingham academics whether currently undertaking personal consultancy, though Nottingham University Consultants or in a private capacity, or considering doing so in the future.

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Mobility in 17th century Formosa: Maps and digital humanities

The Taiwan Studies Programme (TSP) is delighted a to announce a lunch time Seminar by Dr Ann Heylen, Associate Professor at the Department of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literature, National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU).

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EEA/EU Staff Immigration Workshops

Places are available for EEA/EU Staff Immigration Workshops on Tuesday 22 November, taking place at the […]

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The spirituality of husbandry: contemplating bee keeping and being contemplative in early modern England

Join us to explore the impact of husbandry, particularly bee-keeping, in early modern England with guest speaker Professor Erica Fudge.

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EEA/EU Staff Immigration Advice Seminar

Places are still available on the EEA/EU Staff Immigration Advice Seminar on Thursday 22 September, 9.30-10.30am […]

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EEA/EU staff immigration advice seminar and workshops – additional date 22 September

A full day of Staff Immigration Advice Seminars with Paragon Law was held on Wednesday 27 […]

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Working with mathematics teachers to develop whole-class talk – CANCELLED

A Centre for Research in Mathematics Education seminar presented by Dr Jenni Ingram, Oxford University Department of Education.

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How leaders succeed in challenging reform contexts

CRELM Launch Event. Presented by Dame Alison Peacock, Professor Judyth Sachs and Professor Christopher Day.

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Symposium on Rasch Analysis

The School of Education would like to invite you to attend a Symposium on Rasch Analysis, culminating with a seminar presented by Professor David Andrich, Chapple Chair in Education, Graduate School of Education, The University of Western Australia.

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Heavenly sounds in hi-fi: the art and philosophy of easy listening

Alternately despised and rehabilitated, easy listening music dominated the popular music landscape from the 1940s to the 1960s. Nick Heffernan, lecturer in American and Canadian Studies and C3R associate, introduces a selection of recordings that attempts to encompass a sprawling, multifaceted and complex genre.

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