- LinkedIn Workshop
Date: 19 March 2014
LinkedIn is a professional network where you can create your own profile, connect with others, post updates and even apply for jobs. More and more employers are using LinkedIn as a way to recruit graduates, so it's more important than ever to sign up! Whether you're a complete beginner or need some expert support then Career PALs are here to help.
- Food City Region: Cultivating Planning Conference
Date: 06 May 2014
A one day conference to set the agenda on planning for good food. It's not always obvious, but good 'Planning' is a key ingredient in good food for all. In the past planning decisions have led to cities with out-of-town hypermarkets, flats with cramped kitchens, schools without gardens, producers without markets, and prime farmland paved with tarmac. Cities have become places that make it difficult to get good food for people - and food that is good for the planet. A fresh approach is needed to connect food, health and planning in the urban environment.
- UREC Annual Training Event 'Ethical issues in research with children'
Date: 14 May 2014
Venue: Room 2B020, Frenchay Campus
The University Research Ethics Committee Annual Training event will focus on the ethical issues which may arise when conducting research with children. All staff and post graduate research students are invited to attend. The programme will include presentations and discussions with experienced researchers from different disciplinary backgrounds who have researched aspects of children's lives and their views.
- Local Authority Partnership workshop for Flood Resilient Futures
Date: 16 May 2014
Venue: Room 4Q05, Frenchay Campus
At this meeting, we will outline the work of the Centre and scope areas where we can offer support, and co-develop ideas, in relation to local flood risk management and delivery of the Flood and Water Management Act. The event aims to share information about knowledge, skills and needs across our organisations, so we can develop longitudinal relationships between those working in flood risk management in local government and the Centre.
- Qualitative Research International Summer School
Date: 28 July - 01 August 2014
Venue: Frenchay Campus, University of the West of England
A week of 1 and 2 day workshops on qualitative research 'from start to finish.' Attend individual one day workshops, two day master classes, or the full week. Topics include Theoretical Foundations, Research Design, Data Collection Methods, Data Analysis, Quality, and Communicating Findings.