Online peer-led group reflective practice in Higher Education: A seminar-based project evaluation
with Nahielly Beatriz Palacios Gonzalez and Felix Kwihangana (SEED) Since 2020, the HARRP (Holistic Academic and Research Reflective Practice) project has been running in MIE to help students reflect on their academic and research journey. In this session, we reflect on our experiences of online design, implementation and evaluation of the pr..
MICRA Research Showcase
We are delighted to host an in-person Research Showcase on Monday 3rd April to present the latest in ageing research. The event will begin with a complimentary lunch on the mezzanine level of the Henry Royce Institute, allowing ample time for networking opportunities. RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS The showcase will kick-off with an afternoon of sh..
Inaugural Lectures - Professor Tanja Müller and Professor Martin Hess
On Monday, 17 April join the School of Environment, Education and Development for our spring inaugural lectures with Professor Tanja Müller and Professor Martin Hess from 4.30 - 6.30pm. Our inaugural lectures provide an opportunity for newly appointed professors to present a fascinating insight into their research and highlight the latest de..
Under the Weather: Reimagining mobility in the climate crisis (book launch)
HCRI's Dr Stephanie Sodero will discuss her new book 'Under the Weather: Reimagining mobility in the climate crisis' This is a hybrid event (in-person and online). The exact location will be released nearer the time. Please register to confirm your place and receive updates. ABOUT THE BOOK: Humans and human mobility, including driving and..
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) - Lunch and Learn Workshop
A Life Cycle Assessment is the act of measuring the environmental impact of a product or service throughout its life cycle, from the resources used to create the product or service, across its use by the user, to it's final end of life destination. An LCA measures the environmental impacts of each distinct part involved in creating and using p..
Everyday Enchantments: thinking with and about everyday life
The conference, organised by the Morgan Centre for Research into Everyday Lives invites participants to take up the challenge of thinking about everyday life in all of its diverse facets: senses, bodies, places, emotions and relationships. Keynote speakers Hollie McNish (poet and author) who has published five collections of poetry and memo..
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