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International Studies Research Group blog: Spanish Flu

You can see the latest blog post from the International Studies Research Group on Spanish Flu Pandemic 1918 here.  

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International Studies Research Group blog: Spanish Flu

You can see the latest blog post from the International Studies Research Group on Spanish Flu Pandemic 1918 here.  

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Academic Research e-learning Staff Notices The Hive

Library Services: opening hours, askalibrarian and access to resources

For the latest information on access to Library Services and The Hive, please visit our web page. We will be continually updating this as the situation develops, keeping you and your students informed on how to access books, articles and databases.

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School of Science and the Environment Research Seminar Series: Effect of Ginkgo Biloba Extract

The School of Science and the Environment runs a seminar programme throughout the semester.  These sessions are open to anyone who is interested across the University. They are timetabled for an hour and the usual format is a talk of 40 minutes or so with some time for questions afterwards. The seminar programme is as […]

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Latest International Studies Research Group Blog

The latest blog post from International Studies Research Group is on Professor Kay Mohanna’s Australian Collaboration. Kay is Professor of Values based Healthcare Education at the University of Worcester. You can read the post here The International Studies Research Group brings together University of Worcester academics and students, as well as external scholars.

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School of Science and the Environment Research Seminar Series: Fatty Acids in Health and Disease

The School of Science and the Environment runs a seminar programme throughout the semester.  These sessions are open to anyone who is interested across the University. They are timetabled for an hour and the usual format is a talk of 40 minutes or so with some time for questions afterwards. The seminar programme is as […]

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School of Science and the Environment Research Seminar Series: Fatty Acids in Health and Disease

The School of Science and the Environment runs a seminar programme throughout the semester.  These sessions are open to anyone who is interested across the University. They are timetabled for an hour and the usual format is a talk of 40 minutes or so with some time for questions afterwards. The seminar programme is as […]

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School of Science and the Environment Research Seminar Series: Fatty Acids in Health and Disease

The School of Science and the Environment runs a seminar programme throughout the semester.  These sessions are open to anyone who is interested across the University. They are timetabled for an hour and the usual format is a talk of 40 minutes or so with some time for questions afterwards. The seminar programme is as […]

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School of Science and the Environment Research Seminar Series: Fatty Acids in Health and Disease

The School of Science and the Environment runs a seminar programme throughout the semester.  These sessions are open to anyone who is interested across the University. They are timetabled for an hour and the usual format is a talk of 40 minutes or so with some time for questions afterwards. The seminar programme is as […]

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School of Science and the Environment Research Seminar Series

The School of Science and the Environment runs a seminar programme throughout the semester.  These sessions are open to anyone who is interested across the University. They are timetabled for an hour and the usual format is a talk of 40 minutes or so with some time for questions afterwards. The seminar programme is as […]

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Academic Research School of Sport & Exercise Science Staff development Staff Notices

Share and Inspire Session: Gender Equality in Sport

Share and Inspire Session: Using a MOOC to Educate Generation Z in Areas Related to Gender Equality in Sport 29th January 2020, 14:00 – 16:00 EE G020 A small team within the School of Sport have been working as part of an Erasmus + funded project on developing MOOC looking at gender equality in sport. […]

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Share and Inspire Session: Gender Equality in Sport

Share and Inspire Session: Using a MOOC to Educate Generation Z in Areas Related to Gender Equality in Sport 29th January 2020, 14:00 – 16:00 EE G020 A small team within the School of Sport have been working as part of an Erasmus + funded project on developing MOOC looking at gender equality in sport. […]

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Research Funding Drop-In Clinics

Are you looking for funding for your next research project or do you just fancy an informal chat about how research funding works and where to find it? Then come along to our Research Funding Drop-In Clinics. The next one is Thursday 13th February 2020, 12:00-14:00, Room EE 2035 Further drop-in clinics: Thursday 12th March […]

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Research Funding Drop-In Clinics

Are you looking for funding for your next research project or do you just fancy an informal chat about how research funding works and where to find it? Then come along to our Research Funding Drop-In Clinics. The next one is Thursday 16th January 2020, 12:00-14:00, Room EE 1100 Further drop-in clinics: Thursday 13th February […]

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Academic Research School of Sport & Exercise Science Staff development Staff Notices

Share and Inspire Session: Gender Equality in Sport

Share and Inspire Session: Using a MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) to Educate Generation Z in Areas Related to Gender Equality in Sport 29th January 2020, 14:00 – 16:00 EE G020 A small team within the School of Sport have been working as part of an Erasmus + funded project on developing MOOC looking at […]

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Research Funding Drop-In Clinics

Are you looking for funding for your next research project or do you just fancy an informal chat about how research funding works and where to find it? Then come along to our Research Funding Drop-In Clinics. The next one is Thursday 16th January 2020, 12:00-14:00, Room EE 1100 Further drop-in clinics: Thursday 13th February […]

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Research Seminar Series – ‘Experiences of Adult Patients Living with Primary Brain Tumour’

As part of the Research Seminar Series 2019-2020 the next seminar will be presented by Dr Brian Nyatanga. Brian, who is a Senior Lecturer with the Three Counties School of Nursing & Midwifery, will be joined by Rosemary Wormington (Head of Brain Tumour Support Services Worcester, UK), Sharon Chadwick (Neuro Oncology CNS, Hereford & Worcestershire […]

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Research Funding Drop-In Clinics

Are you looking for funding for your next research project or do you just fancy an informal chat about how research funding works and where to find it? Then come along to our Research Funding Drop-In Clinics. The next one is Thursday 16th January 2020, 12:00-14:00, Room EE 1100 Further drop-in clinics: Thursday 13th February […]

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Academic Research Association for Dementia Studies Staff Notices

Association for Dementia Studies Blog: TAnDem (The Arts and Dementia) Event

This week’s ADS blog gives an account of an event that our TAnDem (The Arts and Dementia) PhD students hosted on Tuesday about using their findings to shape the future. It was a great day with lots of interest, so have a look at https://adsdementiablog.wordpress.com/. To contact the Association for Dementia Studies please use dementia@worc.ac.uk […]

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Association for Dementia Studies Blog: Highlights of 2019

This week’s ADS blog reflects on some of our highlights from 2019, so to find out what we’ve been up to have a look at https://adsdementiablog.wordpress.com/ To contact the Association for Dementia Studies please use dementia@worc.ac.uk Connect with us on twitter @DementiaStudies and on Facebook @adsuow Association for Dementia Studies  

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Research Funding Drop-In Clinics

Are you looking for funding for your next research project or do you just fancy an informal chat about how research funding works and where to find it? Then come along to our Research Funding Drop-In Clinics. The first one is Thursday 5th December 2019, 12:00-14:00, Room EE 2035 Further drop-in clinics:   Thursday 16th […]

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Research Funding Drop-In Clinics

Are you looking for funding for your next research project or do you just fancy an informal chat about how research funding works and where to find it? Then come along to our Research Funding Drop-In Clinics. The first one is Thursday 5th December 2019, 12:00-14:00, Room EE 2035 Further drop-in clinics:   Thursday 16th […]

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Association for Dementia Studies Blog: Hennell Award winners

At UK Dementia Congress earlier this month we announced the fifth winner of the Hennell Award, and our ADS blog this week takes a look at all five winners so far. To find out more go to https://adsdementiablog.wordpress.com/. To contact the Association for Dementia Studies please use dementia@worc.ac.uk Connect with us on twitter @DementiaStudies and […]

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Academic Research School of Allied Health & Community Staff Notices

Research Seminar: Intimate Citizenship and the Tightening of Migration Controls in the UK

As part of the Research Seminar Series 2019-2020, the next seminar will be presented by Dr Clive Sealey.  Dr Sealey, who is a Senior Lecturer (Social Policy and Theory) with the School of Allied Health and Community, will be presenting a seminar entitled ‘Intimate Citizenship and the Tightening of Migration Controls in the United Kingdom’. […]

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Association for Dementia Studies Blog: Connecting Communities

Our blog post this week focuses on one of our previous projects, ‘Connecting Communities’. We were involved in evaluating an Alzheimer’s Society initiative aiming to increase awareness of dementia amongst Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities. Take a look at https://adsdementiablog.wordpress.com/. To contact the Association for Dementia Studies please use dementia@worc.ac.uk Connect with us on […]

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Research Funding Drop-In Clinics

Are you looking for funding for your next research project or do you just fancy an informal chat about how research funding works and where to find it? Then come along to our Research Funding Drop-In Clinics. The first one is Thursday 5th December 2019, 12:00-14:00, Room EE 2035 Further drop-in clinics:   Thursday 5th […]

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Academic Research School of Allied Health & Community Staff Notices

Research Seminar: Intimate Citizenship and the Tightening of Migration Controls in the UK

As part of the Research Seminar Series 2019-2020, the next seminar will be presented by Dr Clive Sealey.  Dr Sealey, who is a Senior Lecturer (Social Policy and Theory) with the School of Allied Health and Community, will be presenting a seminar entitled ‘Intimate Citizenship and the Tightening of Migration Controls in the United Kingdom’. […]

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Research Funding Drop-In Clinics

Are you looking for funding for your next research project or do you just fancy an informal chat about how research funding works and where to find it? Then come along to our Research Funding Drop-In Clinics. The next one is Thursday 5th December 2019, 12:00-14:00, Room EE 2035 For more details see below.

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Association for Dementia Studies Blog: UK Dementia Congress

ADS recently attended UK Dementia Congress, one of the key dementia conferences of the year. Our blog post this week shows our involvement in the conference, including posters, presentations, workshops, the Hennell Award, 10th anniversary celebrations (with cake), and an award for our own Professor Dawn Brooker. Take a look at https://adsdementiablog.wordpress.com/. To contact the […]

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Association for Dementia Studies Blog: Musical Memories Reminiscence Programme

Our blog post this week looks back at one of our previous projects, the ‘My Musical Memories Reminiscence Programme’ which tailored music sessions to the interests of participants with dementia. Take a look at https://adsdementiablog.wordpress.com/ . To contact the Association for Dementia Studies please use dementia@worc.ac.uk Connect with us on twitter @DementiaStudies and on Facebook […]

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Academic Publishes Handbook of Theatre History

Claire Cochrane, Professor of Theatre Studies has published a new book The Methuen Drama Handbook of Theatre History and Historiography (edited with Jo Robinson, Professor of Drama and Performance, University of Nottingham) The Methuen Drama Handbook of Theatre History and Historiography is an authoritative guide to contemporary debates and practices in this field. The book covers the key themes and […]

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Association for Dementia Studies Blog: Care Home Research Project

Our blog post this week presents our newest research project, CHARM: Care Home Action Researcher-in-Residence Model. It’s a collaborative project supporting staff, visitors and residents in care homes to design and implement their own unique and meaningful research projects. Take a look at https://adsdementiablog.wordpress.com/. To contact the Association for Dementia Studies please use dementia@worc.ac.uk Connect […]

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Academic Research School of Science and the Environment Staff Notices

School of Science and the Environment Research Seminar Series

Thursday October 17 1.15  EE2009 Delivering drugs to the lung: influence of humidity on particle size Professor Peter Seville (UW) Wednesday October 30 1.15  EE2009 A novel role for BCAT1 in Leukaemia development Dr. Steven Coles (UW) Thursday November 28 1.15  EE2009 Archaeology and mental well being: Landscape approaches Dr. Andrew Hoaen (UW) Thursday December 5 […]

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School of Law’s Research Seminar series

The School of Law’s Research Seminar series will be taking place again this year, and we have some very exciting speakers lined up. The seminars are all free to attend and open to students, university colleagues and members of the public. They usually take place on Wednesday at 13.15 in the Courtroom.  Our first speaker this […]

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‘Impeachment in a Medieval Context’ research seminar

‘Impeachment in a Medieval Context’ research seminar by Chris Monaghan 16 October, Charles Hastings 1003 6.00-7.30pm All welcome