Upcoming Seminars

Apr 21 4:00 pm

Legal and Social Responses to Gang-Related Gender Violence

Seminar, MRSC202 Mary Seacole Building

This seminar is organised by the Centre for Youth Work Studies as part of its 2014-15 seminar series “Violence and Young People: Approaches to Study and Intervention”

Apr 22 11:00 am

AARC research seminar

Seminar, ESGW 103

Sue Hardman - Transitioning students’ independent learning skills: How realistic are the expectations of year one tutors in the Business School?

Apr 28 12:00 pm

Bayesian modelling of skewness and kurtosis with
two-piece scale and shape distributions

Seminar, John Crank : Room 128

Speaker : Dr Javier Rubio, Warwick University

Apr 29 4:00 pm

Disability and Comedy is Easy: Becoming an Abnormally Funny Person by Simon Minty

Seminar, Mead Room, Hamilton Centre, Brunel University

In this seminar Simon Minty will discuss his work, and experiences as, a disability activist and comedy producer. He will discuss the creation of the comedy troupe, Abnormally Funny People, and the engage in conversation about the relationship between disability and comedy today.

May 08 9:30 am

Understanding loneliness: A glass half full or half empty?

Seminar, Darwin Room, Hamilton Centre

The first ESRC Reimagining Loneliness seminar – Understanding loneliness: A glass half full or half empty? – will set the agenda for the series by focusing on what we do know and what we do not know about loneliness. The seminar will also identify and evaluate different types and experiences of loneliness research and placing specific emphasis upon populations studies (and not studied), and distinguish the perspectives often missing in the study of loneliness.

May 19 5:00 pm

How can Sex and Relationships Education Help Combat Violence?

Seminar, MRSC202 Mary Seacole Building

This seminar is organised by the Centre for Youth Work Studies as part of its 2014-15 seminar series “Violence and Young People: Approaches to Study and Intervention”

May 20 11:00 am

AARC research seminar

Seminar, ESGW 103

Dr Nevine El-Tawy - The effects of the management accounting practices in the oil and gas industry

May 22 1:00 pm

Thinking Space’ on Violence and Young People

Seminar, MRSC302 Mary Seacole Building

This workshop is organised by the Centre for Youth Work Studies as part of its 2014-15 seminar series “Violence and Young People: Approaches to Study and Intervention

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