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This blog is moving…

The University of Manchester has been undergoing many changes this past year and one of them was the merger of The School of Education with The School of Environment and Development to become the new School of Environment, Education and Development (SEED for short). The Manchester Institute of Education is part of the new merger and so … Continue reading

Developmental Psychopathology Seminar on 24th June, 2013

Please be note that the next NRI Developmental Psychopathology Group Seminar is to be held on Monday 24th June – details below. This is a special Seminar and is supported by the Neuroscience Research Institute and the Child Language Seminar. As places are limited you will need to email: Jackie O’Brien<>  to register to attend … Continue reading

Request for research participants

Why not take 10 minutes of your time and help a fellow PhD student out?  Please see the message below: Dear Graduate Student, In an effort to improve the learning experiences of education graduate students, a team from Florida State University is conducting a research study regarding your informal learning practices. Your input can help … Continue reading

Study spaces and computer clusters on campus

Study spaces: Recently My Manchester newsletter provided us with a little reminder about study spaces across the university campus. If you have missed it, here are the links to the Pinterest boards. Happy browsing and exploring! Everyone knows about the Alan Gilbert learning commons and the Library, so we’ve been on campus finding those study spots that you might not … Continue reading

Enterprise Futures Returns at Manchester Town Hall on Tuesday 21st May 2013

After the huge success of last year’s event held at MediaCity UK, Enterprise Futures will be taking place this year at the iconic Manchester Town Hall in Albert Square on Tuesday 21st May. Enterprise Futures is an event jointly run by University of Manchester, University of Salford and Manchester Metropolitan University and aims to illustrate the … Continue reading

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