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  • Language which Nourishes: Words which Feed Under Pain and Pressure

    Date: 03 May 2016
    Venue: Room 3AF013, 3rd Floor, Bush House (above the Arnolfini), 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 4QA

    As part of Bristol Food Connections Festival this event takes a very different look at the topics of nourishment, food and alienation. In an infusion of performance poetry and discussion with the audience, the co-creators Alison Phipps, poet Tawona Sithole (University of Glasgow and Glasgow Refugee, Asylum and Migration Network) and Jane Andrews (UWE Bristol) explore the themes of suffering and hope and the place of language in our personal and national histories.

  • Reading and Note-taking

    Date: 04 May 2016
    Venue: Room 4D24, Frenchay campus Library

    Workshop: Learn strategies for note-taking, and how to read effectively.

  • Reading and Note-taking

    Date: 04 May 2016
    Venue: Room 1C09, Glenside Campus

    Learn strategies for note-taking, and how to read effectively.

  • Directors of Study Update Session

    Date: 04 May 2016
    Venue: Room 4D24 (Level 4 of Library), Frenchay Campus

    This short development session is aimed at academic staff who would like to engage in an opportunity to share best practice and update their knowledge about the support offered by the Graduate School, the regulatory framework for research study and to interact with colleagues from across UWE.

  • CESR Seminar- Apprentice Pay: A study in non-compliance

    Date: 04 May 2016
    Venue: Room 2B065, Frenchay Campus, UWE

    Join us on Wednesday 4 May 2016 at a free CESR Seminar - Apprentice Pay: A study in non-compliance.

  • Mafias and Liberal Professional Collusion

    Date: 04 May 2016
    Venue: Room 2B054, Frenchay Campus

    The Criminal Justice Unit at UWE Bristol would like to invite you to attend a presentation given by Stefano D'Alfonso (University of Naples “Federico II”, Italy).

  • The Effective Researcher Programme: The Middle Years

    Date: 05 May 2016
    Venue: 4D24 (Level 4), Bolland Library, Frenchay Campus

    In the doctoral doldrums? Struggling to remember why you ever started your research degree? This workshop focuses on how you can maintain progress and overcome research and writing blocks.

  • The Socially Innovative Researcher

    Date: 09 May 2016
    Venue: 4D24 (Level 4), Bolland Library, Frenchay Campus

    This course will introduce you to the concept of social business, showing how you can apply your research talents, experience and values in finding innovative solutions to social and environmental problems.

  • Tackling Female Genital Mutilation and the voices of affected communities.

    Date: 10 May 2016
    Venue: Watershed, Bristol

    Over the last several decades, transnational activists and advocates have been working towards elimination of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in affected communities across the world. This event will focus on the current research findings of Dr Aida Abzhaparova and Professor Debra Salmon who conducted a study on national campaigns aiming to eradicate FGM from the perspectives of affected communities in Bristol.

  • RefWorks workshop

    Date: 11 May 2016
    Venue: Room 2D09, Glenside Campus library

    This workshop will cover the functionality of RefWorks including how to create folders, how to import references from Library Search and databases, how to create a bibliography, how to manually add a reference and how to share folders.

  • How to Win Funds and Influence People

    Date: 12 May 2016
    Venue: 4D24 (Level 4), Bolland Library, Frenchay Campus

    Understanding how research is funded is a key factor in progressing your research career. By the end of this workshop you will have gained an understanding of how research is funded in the UK, and of the key elements of putting together a bid for research funds.

  • NVivo10: Software for Qualitative Data Analysis

    Date: 17 May - 18 May 2016
    Venue: 3S705, Frenchay Campus

    This two-day workshop will introduce you to the principles, functionality and application of NVivo in the context of real research projects.

  • Preparing to Teach for Postgraduate Researchers

    Date: 18 May 2016
    Venue: Room 3E39, Frenchay Campus

    An introductory workshop for postgraduate researchers preparing to teach.

  • The Leadership of Organisational Change

    Date: 19 May 2016
    Venue: Room 2B066, Frenchay Campus

    The Bristol Leadership Centre Research Seminar Series 2015/2016 features Dr Mark Hughes who will address the simple yet profoundly important question – how do leaders influence organisational change?

  • Dr Peter Wardley - UWE Regional History Centre and MShed Seminar

    Date: 19 May 2016
    Venue: MShed, Princes Wharf, Wapping Road, Bristol BS1 4RN

    Incarcerated in Bristol: An historical analysis of the inmates of Horfield Prison in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century

    On 8 April 1895 Sarah Ann Wakefield was discharged from Horfield Prison after completing a week's incarceration, with hard labour, for Drunk and Disorderly behaviour.

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