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Research Seminar Programme

Please find attached the updated research seminar programme. Apologies for the error, Dr Des McDougall’s lecture: The last glaciers in the Eastern Lake District will take place on 27th March at 1:15pm: EE1061.

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ISE Seminar Series

Strawberry fools? Planners, protestors and polytunnels Professor Nick Evans Tuesday 28th February 1.15 EE 1061

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Transnational Studies Research Group Mini Workshop

Music and Nationalism 5 March 2011, St John’s Campus, EEG162, 10.15am-1.15pm. Speakers: Anastasia Belina-Johnson (University of Leeds/Leeds College of Music), ‘Nineteenth-century Russian music and culture: between nationalism and cosmopolitanism’. Dr Toby Thacker (Cardiff University), ‘War, death, music and religion: Joseph Goebbels and the Mozart Requiem in December 1941’. The Transnational Studies Research Group draws together […]

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Learning and Teaching Conference

Due to unforeseen circumstances this year’s Learning and Teaching Conference is now Tuesday 19th June (moved from 14th June).

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Independent Chair Training for Research Degrees

Wednesday 21st March, CC007 (Malvern) 12.30 – 13.30 This workshop provides training for colleagues wishing to act as Independent Chairs for MPhil or PhD vivas at Worcester. For more information about the role of the Independent Chair at Worcester please refer to the Handbook for Research Students and Research Degree Supervisors section 3.120 – 3.130. Lunch will […]

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Gluten and Food Related Disorders Study Day

14 June 2012 Food related disorders are very common with a prevalence of over 20% in the general population. This study day will provide an update regarding the management of a variety of food related disorders, awareness of potentially harmful food components, diagnostic techniques and the treatment options available. The lectures remain clinically focused and […]

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Institute of Humanities and Creative Arts Research Focus Day: “a place, a space”

Thursday June 21st 2012 Call for papers We invite proposals for contributions to a one-day conference exploring the relevance of ‘place’ and ‘space’ to the different fields of research within the university. Place and space are integral to many of the discourses that shape our subject areas, providing important contexts and arenas for research activity. […]

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Research Seminar Series

Please find attached a poster with details of this semester’s research seminar programme. All staff and students are welcome to attend.

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Lecture by the Institute of Physics

Geophysics in Archaeology and Forensics 22nd Feb 2012. 19:30. University of Worcester, St John’s Campus. WR2 6AJ. Room EE G089. Ms Claire Graham, BA. Stratascan, Upton-upon-Severn. Stratascan is a local company specialising in near-surface geophysics with applications in archaeological, engineering, forensic and environmental underground mapping. Ms Graham will illustrate her talk with some examples from archaeology and forensics and describe the […]

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Research Examiner Training

Monday 27th February, PLG011, 9.30am – 1pm This workshop provides an overview of the examination process for research degrees at the University of Worcester and identifies good practice for research degree examiners both in marking the thesis and at the viva. It will be useful for any staff who wish to act as a research degree […]

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Lecture by the Institute of Physics

Geophysics in Archaeology and Forensics 22nd Feb 2012. 19:30. University of Worcester, St John’s Campus. WR2 6AJ. Room EE G089. Ms Claire Graham, BA. Stratascan, Upton-upon-Severn. Stratascan is a local company specialising in near-surface geophysics with applications in archaeological, engineering, forensic and environmental underground mapping. Ms Graham will illustrate her talk with some examples from archaeology and forensics and describe the […]

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Do you suffer from hayfever?

Are you allergic to grass pollen? Do you get itchy eyes? If you do, you could help NPARU with a study investigating the efficacy of artificial tear supplements and cold compresses for the treatment of seasonal allergic conjunctivitis You must not suffer from asthma or have had eye surgery in the last 3 months. You […]

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Lunchtime Lecture

Lunchtime Lecture by Professor Aleš Lebeda from Palacký University, Faculty of Science, Department of Botany “Interactions in wild plant pathosystem Lactuca spp. – Bremia lactucae” 15th February, 12.30pm to 1.15pm University of Worcester. WR2 6AJ. Room BY G199 Staff and students are invited to attend a lunchtime lecture by Professor Aleš Lebeda Professor Lebeda lectures […]

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Do you suffer from hayfever? Are you allergic to grass pollen? Do you get itchy eyes?

If you do, you could help NPARU with a study investigating the efficacy of artificial tear supplements and cold compresses for the treatment of seasonal allergic conjunctivitis You must not suffer from asthma or have had eye surgery in the last 3 months. You will need to have a skin prick test and conjunctival challenge […]

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Research Supervisor Forum

The next Research Supervisor Forum will take place on Thursday 16th February, 12:00-1:30 in CC008. Lunch will be provided. It will focus on the new HEFCE project Every Researcher Counts: equality and diversity in researcher careers in HEIs which is being delivered through Vitae: see http://www.vitae.ac.uk/policy-practice/355881/Every-Researcher-Counts-equality-and-diversity-in-researcher-careers-in-HEIs.html. The project seeks to increase support for supervisors and […]