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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

Humanities Teaching and Learning Showcase 2013 – 25th June, 1 – 4:45pm (Uni of Manchester)

The Faculty of Humanities will be hosting its next Teaching and Learning Showcase event on Tuesday 25 June 2013 from 1 – 4.45pm. The event will be held in the Humanities Bridgeford Street Building, with stalls and refreshments (tea, coffee and biscuits) in the Hanson Room. There will be 10 sessions available for participants to … Continue reading

European Crisis: Alternative Responses Conference 28th June (University of Manchester)

THE EUROPEAN CRISIS: ALTERNATIVE RESPONSES Parties and movements against austerity A Jean Monnet / CPP international day conference University of Manchester, Friday 28th June 2013, 9.45am – 4.45pm Arthur Lewis Building, G.030/031 The financial crisis of European states and of the Eurozone has been met, on the national and transnational levels, with the demand for … Continue reading

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

Policy@Manchester and The Comparative Public Policy Research Group (7th June, 2013)

Policy@Manchester and The Comparative Public Policy Research Group Opportunities in Policy-Making and The Civil Service Sir Jeremy Heywood, Cabinet Secretary, in discussion with Manchester academics about the new approach to open policy making and policy careers in the Civil Service. The Civil Service has long provided an opportunity for those interested in public policy to make a … Continue reading

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