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  • Deeper Christian Life Ministry Sunday Worship Service

    Date: 07 November 2021
    Venue: Main Lounge (2OCT001), The Octagon, Frenchay Campus

    DCLM Sunday Worship Service

  • Guide to Searching and Organising the Literatures – a workshop for UWE Bristol Researchers

    Date: 08 November 2021
    Venue: TBC

    Working with literatures is an integral part of research. It requires you to be organised in your strategies for seeking out the work of others and also to keep comprehensive records. This workshop, run by Library Services, will provide you with tools and techniques to navigate this element of your project. It will also include an introduction to reference management tools widely used at UWE. Aimed at: UWE Bristol Postgraduate Researchers and research staff.

  • Resilient U PAL series: Managing Anxiety

    Date: 08 November 2021
    Venue: Room 1D005, City Campus at Bower Ashton

    What is anxiety? What is your personal relationship to anxiety? How can you improve this?

    These workshops offer a proactive approach to managing challenges and increasing your personal resilience. Explore evidence-based theories, strategies and tools to apply these skills of resilience in a context relevant to you.

    Open to all students, you are welcome to join any or all of the sessions in the series.

  • 9th Annual Conference - Sensors in Medicine 2021

    Date: 08 November - 12 November 2021
    Venue: Virtual

    Sensors in Medicine 2021, the 9th in this annual series and the 2nd in virtual space, is not the largest conference on biosensors but arguably is the most important because it deals specifically with innovative applications in medicine and healthcare. Established biosensor applications in pregnancy testing and diabetes monitoring are now joined by infectious disease, cancer and other diagnostic tests. New Point of Care tests, Linear Flow platforms, Wearable and Implantable biosensors now appear almost daily.
  • Street food market

    Date: 08 November 2021
    Venue: The X block plaza

    Carefully selected, independent street food traders offering daily global feasts. Outdoor eating has never been better!
  • Essay writing (3/6): Structuring an essay - Aimed at Economics students

    Date: 08 November 2021
    Venue: 4X224, Frenchay Campus

    This workshop is the third in the Essay writing series for Economics students, and will be focussed onstructuring an essay.

  • Essentials Live: Meet the Employers Fair: CV Review and Preparation – Q & A

    Date: 08 November 2021
    Venue: Microsoft Teams

    Are you seeking some reassurance that your CV is on the right track for getting noticed? Are you wondering how to approach employers and make an impressive introduction? Either way, you are in the right place!

  • Be Your Own Boss (BYOB) Workshop 5 - Marketing To Your Customer

    Date: 09 November 2021
    Venue: Microsoft Teams, book via Infohub

    Be Your Own Boss (BYOB) is a series of workshops to help you develop commercial awareness. Ideal for developing skills such as creativity, commercial awareness, presentation skills, networking and leadership, all of which aim to improve your employability and business acumen. Book onto this workshop, the fifth in the series, via Infohub.

  • Street food market

    Date: 09 November 2021
    Venue: The X block plaza

    Carefully selected, independent street food traders offering daily global feasts. Outdoor eating has never been better!
  • Espresso Science PAL: Getting the most out of scientific articles

    Date: 09 November 2021
    Venue: Online via MS Teams (book via Infohub)

    Are you a Level 1 student on an Applied Science programme, looking to develop your lab skills? Join student PAL Leaders, Michelle and Bhama, for this interactive online session where you can ask questions, share concerns and pick up top tips on this week's theme.

  • Managing your time

    Date: 09 November 2021
    Venue: Room 4D24, Library

    We all know that time management is important to prioritise tasks, manage multiple deadlines and get everything done.​ This workshop will offer tips on identifying your priorities and being productive.

  • Resilient U PAL series: Managing Anxiety

    Date: 09 November 2021
    Venue: Online via MS Teams (book via Infohub)

    What is anxiety? What is your personal relationship to anxiety? How can you improve this?

    These workshops offer a proactive approach to managing challenges and increasing your personal resilience. Explore evidence-based theories, strategies and tools to apply these skills of resilience in a context relevant to you.

    Open to all students, you are welcome to join any or all of the sessions in the series.

  • Learning Hub PAL workshops – aimed at AEF students

    Date: 10 November 2021
    Venue: Room 4X224, Frenchay Campus

    This session is focussed on managing your time effectively and dealing with multiple modules. Accounting, Economics and Finance students in any year of study can join student PAL Leader, Hannah, for an interactive in-person study skills session. You will be able to share ideas and concerns about time management, and pick up top tips.

  • Research Integrity and Data Management – a workshop for UWE Bristol researchers

    Date: 10 November 2021
    Venue: TBC

    This workshop delivered jointly by Dr Nikki Hayfield and Library Services will introduce the topics of research ethics and research governance. You can expect to understand why universities have research ethics and data management processes in place and to be offered an introduction to how they function at UWE as well as where to find out more. We aim to support you in becoming clear and confident about when and how to apply for UWE ethical approval for your research. Good data management is also a fundamental part of best research practice. If research data are well organised, documented, preserved, and accessible, the result is high quality data, along with efficient and cost-effective research that is ethically compliant. Added benefits include the potential to share and re-use data for future research activities. The workshop will help you to assess your own data management activities and give some starting points for caring for your data.
  • How to put your reading into your writing

    Date: 10 November 2021
    Venue: Online via Blackboard Collaborate (book via InfoHub)

    This workshop will help you learn how to incorporate themes and ideas from multiple sources into your own work.

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