Events diary

Lectures and seminars

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • ESRC Seminar Series: 'Behaviour Change' Seminar Two: Obesity, Food and Physical Activity

    Date: 11 September 2014
    Venue: The Royal Society, London

    "Obesity is one of the most complex problems we face as a society." Join our panel of expert speakers for an interactive discussion: What should be on the UK's future 'behaviour change' menu for tackling obesity?

  • The 28th Research Seminar of the Managing Economic Transition network - Call for Papers

    Date: 17 September 2014
    Venue: TBC

    It is our pleasure to announce the 28th research seminar of the Managing Economic Transition network. The seminar, organised jointly with the European Association for Comparative Economics Studies, will be hosted by the Department of Accounting, Economics and Finance, Bristol Business School, UWE Bristol on Wednesday 17 September 2014.

    Call for papers - Papers or long abstracts (900 words) should be sent to Dr Artjoms Ivlevs at: a.ivlevs@uwe.ac.uk no later than on the 4 July 2014 to be considered for inclusion in the seminar.

  • Bristol Leadership Centre Research Seminar - Adrian McLean, The McLean Partnership

    Date: 19 September 2014
    Venue: Room 3A022b, Frenchay Campus

    Adrian McLean (The McLean Partnership) will present his work on Revisiting questions of Culture, Change and Leadership in Organisations: Leader as Weaver among Weavers as part of the Bristol Leadership Centre Research Seminar series.

  • Professor Steve Keen Economic Seminar

    Date: 02 October 2014
    Venue: Frenchay Campus, Room 4D05

    The Faculty of Business and Law would like to invite you to Professor Steve Keen's Economic Seminar. Professor Keen will be presenting "Incorporating Banks, Debt and Money into Macroeconomics".

  • Professor Nicholas Ryder Inaugural Lecture

    Date: 08 October 2014
    Venue: Street Cafe, S Block, Frenchay Campus

    Professor Nicholas Ryder will present 'Greed, for lack of a better word, is good. Greed is right. Greed works (Gordon Gekko, Wall Street, 1987). A contemporary review of the relationship between the global financial crisis, financial crime and white collar criminals'.

  • The Bristol Distinguished Address Series: Leo Quinn, Chief Executive Officer, QinetiQ Group

    Date: 09 October 2014
    Venue: Bristol City Hall

    Leo Quinn, Chief Executive Officer, QinetiQ Group will deliver a lecture as part of the Bristol Distinguished Address Series.

  • Faculty of Environment and Technology Public Lecture - Professor Alistair Gibb

    Date: 09 October 2014
    Venue: Frenchay Campus, room TBC

    Professor Alistair Gibb, a Loughborough University Academic has been invited to give a lecture entitled “London 2012 – exemplary construction safety record – so what?” as part of the Faculty of Environment and Technology Public Lecture Series 2014.

  • Bristol Leadership Centre Research Seminar - Professor David Weir

    Date: 16 October 2014
    Venue: Frenchay Campus

    Professor David Weir will be our guest speaker as part of the Bristol Leadership Centre Research Seminar series. The seminar title and details will be confirmed shortly.

  • Professor Arie de Geus Distinguished Professorial Address

    Date: 16 October 2014
    Venue: The Street Cafe, S Block, Frenchay Campus

    Professor Arie de Geus will present "The Case for Fundamental Change in Business Management" Wednesday 16 October 2014 at The Univeristy of the West of England venue: The Street Cafe, S Block from 18:00 - 20:30.

  • The Bristol Distinguished Address Series: Stephen Varley, Chairman and Managing Partner UK&I, Ernst & Young

    Date: 23 October 2014
    Venue: City Hall, Bristol

    Stephen Varley, Chairman and Regional Managing Partner UK&I, Ernst & Young will deliver a lecture as part of the Bristol Distinguished Address Series.

  • The Bristol Distinguished Address Series: Dr Tony Cocker, Chief Executive Officer, E.ON UK

    Date: 28 October 2014
    Venue: City Hall, Bristol

    Dr Tony Cocker, Chief Executive Officer, E.ON UK will deliver a lecture as part of the Bristol Distinguished Address Series.

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