School of History, Art History and Philosophy

HAHP events


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Posters: designing, presenting and networking

Friday 26 April from 10:30 until 13:30
Silverstone - SB 317
Researcher Development Programme
Dr Joanna Young

A workshop for doctoral researchers at all stages and from all disciplines.

TEL workshop - Teaching games and storytelling with Twine

Friday 26 April from 14:00 until 16:00

Twine is an easy to use tool for creating learning resources with a focus on narrative and decision-making.

Audio and video feedback for students (Webinar)

Tuesday 30 April from 12:00 until 12:30

This session will provide an introduction to providing audio and video feedback to students.

Researchers R Us

Wednesday 1 May from 9:30 until 11:30
Quiet Room, Meeting House
Research Staff Development Series

Drop in to chat with RSO staff about anything work-related you'd like to discuss.

Preparing for your final year

Wednesday 1 May from 14:00 until 17:00
Arts A - A071
Researcher Development Programme
Dr Catherine Pope (Research and Writing Skills Trainer)

With clear guidance, individual exercises, and group discussion, this practical workshop helps you prepare for the last stages of your doctorate.

Introduction to Coaching Skills for Principal Investigators and Research Managers

Wednesday 1 May from 14:00 until 17:00
Fulton 213
Research Staff Development Series
Dr Natalie James, Independent professional development coach-mentor and trainer

Introduction to Coaching Skills for Principal Investigators and Research Managers.

Technology Enhanced Learning workshop: Accessibility matters - pages in Canvas

Thursday 2 May from 15:00 until 16:00
ARTS C Room C169
Technology Enhanced Learning workshops

This workshop aims to raise awareness of considerations for web accessibility when creating pages in Canvas.

Two Perspectives on the Holocaust

Thursday 2 May from 16:00 until 17:30
Arts A Room 108, University of Sussex

Michael Wildt (Humboldt Universitat, Berlin), 'Raoul Hilberg and Saul Friedlander: Two Perspectives on the Holocaust'

New research on Roman temples in Britain - recent findings from Hayling Island and Meonstoke, Hampshire

Thursday 2 May from 19:00 until 20:45
Fulton Building Lecture Room B
University of Sussex Archaeological Society
Professor Tony King FSA (University of Winchester)

Recent investigations at Meonstoke and Hayling Island have given us new insights into Roman sacred landscapes, and how villas and temples interact.

World Press Freedom Day

Friday 3 May from 10:00 until 12:00
Silverstone lecture theatre 121
Nick Davies, Judy Aslett, Steve Hollway, Ivor Gaber and Umit Ozturk

To mark World Press Freedom Day, the Journalism Society will be hosting an event at which noted journalists will speak.

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