Events diary

  • Zumba Classes

    Date: 27 August 2014
    Venue: Centre for Sports

    Lunchtime Zumba classes every Wednesday, 12:30-13:15 at Centre for Sports.

    Zumba is a Latin-American infused dance fitness - with styles such as Calypso, Hip hop, Salsa, Socaton, Merengue, Reggaeton, Pop and many more that will inspire you to dance your socks off!

  • Possibility Performance

    Date: 29 August 2014
    Venue: Trinity Centre Bristol

    Possibility. A visceral and intimate performance event. Developed and supported by Gaby Coyne, Drama Technical Intern.

  • QS World MBA Tour and Interviews - Sao Paulo, Brazil

    Date: 30 August 2014
    Venue: Hotel Transamérica SP Av. das Nações Unidas, 18591, 04795-100 São Paulo, Brazil

    Are you looking to develop skills with a view to accelerating your career to senior management level? Come and find out about the Bristol MBA full-time programme, scholarships available and about student life in Bristol UK.

  • QS World MBA Tour and Interviews - Buenos Aires, Argentina

    Date: 01 September 2014
    Venue: Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel & Convention Center, San Martin 1225/1275 1104 Argentina

    Are you looking to develop skills with a view to accelerating your career to senior management level? Come and find out about the Bristol MBA full-time programme, scholarships available and about student life in Bristol UK.

  • Victims and perpetrators of sexual violence: law, policy and research seminar

    Date: 02 September 2014
    Venue: 2B020, Frenchay Campus

    Presented by Department of Law and Department of Health and Applied Social Sciences (Criminology). The purpose of this second law, policy and research seminar is to examine recent legal, policy and research developments in the area of sexual violence. The seminar will focus on a broad range of issues of relevance to those working with victims and perpetrators of sexual violence as well as those researching, teaching and studying in this area.

  • Adaptation of Australian cities to climate extremes

    Date: 02 September 2014
    Venue: Frenchay Campus, Room 1R022

    ​In this presentation Professor Nigel Tapper outlines recent research that has shown critical temperature thresholds​ for Australian capital cities that are linked to increased death and illness in the urban populations.

  • UWE Bristol Placement Networking Event - Sharing Best Placement Practice

    Date: 03 September 2014
    Venue: Severn Room, UWE Bristol Exhibition and Conference Centre

    UWE Bristol are holding a free breakfast networking event for Bristol based employers on Wednesday 3 September to explore “Best Practice in Placements”.

  • Faith+LGBT seminar

    Date: 04 September 2014
    Venue: The Community Hub, The Octagon, Frenchay campus

    An opportunity to explore contested issues within religion and faith and sexual orientation/gender identity. All welcome to attend this free event.

  • Shrek the Musical

    Date: 04 September 2014
    Venue: Bristol Hippodrome

    The must see show for all the family, Shrek the Musical brings all your much-loved characters to live in this all-singing, all-dancing, musical extravaganza. Both Staff Social members and non-members are welcome.

  • Reduce Work Related Musculoskeletal Disorders (WRMSD)

    Date: 04 September 2014
    Venue: Glenside Campus

    Work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WRMSD) are a growing problem for many diagnostic and therapy radiographers.

    This one-day workshop in WRMSDs will consist of a series of lectures, discussions and hands-on practice, providing information and ideas on how to prevent or reduce problems.

    Alexander Technique teachers will be providing specialist one-to-one practical input during the day.

  • SWIG (Sensors for Water Interest Group) 2014 Early Career Researcher Competition

    Date: 05 September 2014

    During 2014 SWIG (Sensors for Water Interest Group) is running our biennial Early Career Researcher Prize 2014, the shortlisted posters for which will be displayed at the WWEM (Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring) Conference on 5-6 November 2014. The first prize is £1,000, and will be presented at the gala dinner at WWEM on 5 November 2014.

  • Fetal Echocardiography - Advanced Techniques

    Date: 09 September 2014
    Venue: Glenside Campus

    Advanced techniques and cardiac anomalies will be covered during this Fetal Echocardiography - Advanced Techniques course.

  • Genomics in the NHS: The future of genomics in Bristol

    Date: 10 September 2014
    Venue: Southmead Hospital

    Find out about the genetics service, genomic medicine and opportunities for collaboration. You will also have the chance to tour the genetics and blood sciences laboratory andto hear about future developments.

  • Making the City Playable

    Date: 10 September - 11 September 2014
    Venue: Watershed, Bristol

    Making the City Playable – This two-day international conference will explore the theme of the 'Playable City' asking what it might mean for citizens, urban planners, tech giants, small companies, artists and designers in imagining and making the cities of the future.

    Convened by Watershed, the Festival of Ideas and UWE Bristol's Digital Cultures Research Centre and featuring Google Creative Lab's Tom Uglow, DCRC's Tine Bech and Seth Giddings, architect Usman Haque, artist Luke Jerram, and Ogilvy's Tara Austin.

  • CHCR Lunchtime Seminar - Dr Jeremy Gauntlett-Gilbert

    Date: 10 September 2014
    Venue: Glenside Campus, Room 2K13

    A lunchtime seminar entitled: 'Why does pain rehabilitation work? Some new moves in treatment process research.' - by Dr Jeremy Gauntlett-Gilbert, Senior Clinical Psychologist / Honorary Lecturer at the Bath Centre for Pain Services / Psychology, University of Bath.

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