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  • Quaker worship

    Date: 04 December 2018
    Venue: Quiet Room, UWE Community Hub, Frenchay Campus

    The Quaker meeting is an opportunity for shared silence in the Quaker tradition and is open to those of all faiths and none. All welcome!

  • Workshop: How to plan and structure your writing

    Date: 04 December 2018
    Venue: Room 4D24 (Library), Frenchay Campus

    Workshop: Learn how to understand your assignment title and how to plan and structure an academic assignment.

  • Insider's guide to academic writing

    Date: 05 December 2018
    Venue: 6X270, Level 6, Bristol Business School, Frenchay Campus

    What's the secret to academic writing? Why do some scholars seem to be really productive and how can you be a better writer. This workshop is for postgradute researchers.

  • PAL: Resilient U

    Date: 05 December 2018
    Venue: Room 3D42 (PAL Zone, Library), Frenchay Campus

    Develop the Resilient You at UWE Bristol. A proactive approach to growing your confidence for when challenges hit at university and beyond. You'll learn how to develop your self-empowerment, support network, and how to learn from challenges.

  • How to reference and avoid plagiarism

    Date: 05 December 2018
    Venue: Room 2D09 (Library), Glenside Campus

    Identify key reasons why citation and referencing are essential academic skills. Learn how the development of good study habits, such as note making, paraphrasing and referencing, can ensure that you avoid plagiarism.

  • Christian staff network

    Date: 05 December 2018
    Venue: Reflection Room, The Community Hub, Frenchay Campus

    The Christian Staff Network is an informal group of staff who meet regularly to talk and pray together, and believe that prayer can make a difference.

  • Financial Capability module - workshop three

    Date: 05 December 2018
    Venue: X Block, Frenchay Campus

    Workshop three of the Financial Capability module will cover dealing with unexpected expenditure. What to do if things go wrong financially, your credit rating, and dealing with debt.

  • How to put your reading into your writing

    Date: 05 December 2018
    Venue: Room AW110, Gloucester Campus

    Workshop: Learn how to incorporate themes and ideas from multiple sources into your own work.

  • Get into Teaching drop-in sessions

    Date: 05 December 2018
    Venue: Frenchay Campus

    Thinking about getting into teaching? Come along to one of our informal drop-in events.

  • The first annual Criminal Justice Research Unit lecture - The disclosure crisis: A suspect and practitioner perspective

    Date: 05 December 2018
    Venue: Lecture theatre 2X112, Bristol Law School, Frenchay Campus

    This event seeks to offer an evening of thought-provoking analysis and exchange on the vital issue of disclosure, providing an excellent opportunity for students, academics and practitioners to engage with a range of stakeholders.

  • Workshop: How to get started with critical writing

    Date: 05 December 2018
    Venue: Room 4AF013, City Campus at Arnolifini

    Workshop: Learn how to make your writing less descriptive and more critical.

    This workshop is suitable for Level 1 and 2 students.

  • Communicating with your lecturers

    Date: 05 December 2018
    Venue: Room 4D24 (Library), D block, Frenchay campus

    This workshop will give tips and practice in how to communicate appropriately with your lecturers.

  • Workshop: How to find journal articles for law

    Date: 05 December 2018
    Venue: Room 5X227, Bristol Business School, Frenchay Campus

    Workshop on how to find journal articles for law.

  • Language Exchange cafe

    Date: 05 December 2018
    Venue: The Students' Union at UWE, Upper Engagement Space, Frenchay Campus

    If you are keen to meet new people, hoping to improve your language skills, or you simply enjoy learning about different cultures then please come to our Language Cafe.

  • The Wild Within: Animals, their People and the Making of Bristol Zoo, 1836-c.2000

    Date: 05 December 2018
    Venue: M Shed, Princes Wharf, Wapping Rd, Bristol BS1 4RN

    Dr Andy Flack (Teaching Fellow in Modern History at the University of Bristol) will look at Bristol Zoo's history, with a particular focus on some of Bristol's most famous animals and the people who occupied the zoo alongside them. He will consider the origins of Bristol's own 'living laboratory' and will also contend that Bristol's Zoo was made by the 'wild' animals within it. This event is part of the UWE Bristol Regional History Centre and M Shed seminar programme.

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