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Research Matters Seminar – Wed 12th June (AG 11)

RESEARCH MATTERS Apologies. Owing to a very busy set of meeting schedules, we have had to make a (nother) change to the Research Matters plans,  but…….. the final date and time for Angela McLachlan’s presentation on her PhD work on Curriculum Change in Primary Languages is WEDNESDAY 12th JUNE. 12.30 – 1.30 ROOM AG 11. … Continue reading

Seminar by Professor Mark Greenberg – Wed 8th May (Room AG3 in Ellen Wilkinson, UoM)

Hope everyone is well.  Just a quick note to invite you to a seminar by Professor Mark Greenberg (Penn State University) on Wednesday 8th May 2013 from 4-6pm in Room AG.3.  The seminar is entitled, “School-based prevention: current status and future challenges”.  Please see attached flyer for details.  All staff and students are welcome. Please feel free to circulate the flyer to … Continue reading

Next Research Matters meeting: Tuesday 19th March

The next meeting of the group is 19th March at 2pm in room C2.18. We will be continuing our discussion stimulated by Janet Newman’s article on the meaning of the Public; and Steve Courtney will be talking about his research.

Researching Multilingually CTIS seminar – 7th March

Researching Multilingually: Some Challenges and Complexities from Different Disciplines  In this seminar we set out the aims of the AHRC funded ‘Researching multilingually’ research network, part of the Translating Cultures research theme. We report on our own research experiences and those of participants in the network who have engaged in research contexts and with research … Continue reading

Seminar – “School-based prevention: current status and future challenges” by Professor Mark Greenberg (Penn State University) Wed 8 Mar 4-6pm (UoM)

Hope everyone is well.  Just a quick note to invite you to a seminar by Professor Mark Greenberg (Penn State University) on Wednesday 8th May 2013 from 4-6pm in Room AG.3.  The seminar is entitled, “School-based prevention: current status and future challenges”.  Please see attached flyer for details.  All staff and students are welcome. Please feel free to circulate the flyer to … Continue reading

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