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BUCS Cross-Country Championships

Jan
31
2015

Stanmer Park
Saturday 31 January
12:00 until 15:00

The 12k men’s race starts at 12 noon; the women’s event begins at 1pm and covers 6.4km; at 2pm is the men’s B race, over a distance of 8km.


Connected and/or Protected? Exploring opportunities and challenges when social work encounters social media

Feb
2
2015

ESW Open Seminar Series
Room 104, Fulton
Monday 2 February
17:00 until 18:30
Dr Denise Turner, Gema Hadridge & Rachel Larkin, Department of Social Work and Social Care

Denise, Gema and Rachel discuss how traditional practice and notions of boundaries in social work are undergoing 'context collapse’.


Student teachers reflect on their professional identities in the mirror of their experience as pupils

Feb
9
2015

ESW Open Seminar Series
Room 104, Fulton
Monday 9 February
17:00 until 18:30
Dr Judith Harford, University College Dublin & Dr Peter Gray, Norwegian University of Science & Tech

In this seminar, Dr Harford and Professor Gray will examine the long-term impact of the 'apprenticeship of observation' on teacher identity.


Mapping the Universe

Feb
10
2015

Institute of Physics public talks at the University of Sussex
Chichester I lecture theatre
Tuesday 10 February
19:00 until 20:00
Dr Karen Masters

'Mapping the Universe' by Dr Karen Masters. Everybody is welcome and admission to the lecture is free.


Getting on and falling out: The role of peer relationships in child development

Feb
11
2015

Sussex lectures
Chowen lecture theatre, Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS)
Wednesday 11 February
18:30 until 19:30
Robin Banerjee, Professor of Developmental Psychology School of Psychology

This lecture explores the interplay between how children think, how they feel, and how they behave in the context of their peer relationships.


Whose 'oasis in the desert'? Neoliberal education reform and the remaking of hierarchies in urban space

Feb
16
2015

ESW Open Seminar Series
Room 104, Fulton
Monday 16 February
17:00 until 18:30
Christy Kulz, PhD researcher, Goldsmith's, University of London

Drawing on ethnographic methods and interviews with students, parents and teachers, Ms Kulz explores how academies reorganise urban space.


Global Biomedical Informatics: Innovation, Governance, Societal Engagement

Feb
18
2015

University of Sussex, Building Arts C, Room Number 333
Wednesday 18 February
9:00 until 16:00

Rising Powers Policy Workshop


Discover Postgraduate Study: information session

Feb
18
2015

Discover Postgraduate Study
University of Sussex campus
Wednesday 18 February
14:00 until 16:30
Terry O'Donnell - Student Recruitment Services

Information sessions provide an overview of postgraduate study, The aim is to help visitors discover more about what postgraduate study has to offer.


The eternal battle between new and old: what frogs have to say?

Feb
24
2015

Sussex lectures
Chowen lecture theatre, Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS)
Tuesday 24 February
18:30 until 19:30
Emmanuel Mamatzakis, Professor of Finance School of Business, Management and Economics

Unravelling the Ariadne's thread of the Greek debt crisis is by no means an easy task.


Voting rights after fifty years: the more things change, the more they remain the same

Feb
26
2015

Sussex lectures
Fulton Lecture Theatre B
Thursday 26 February
17:00 until 18:00
Professor Bill Chafe, Duke University

In this talk, Professor Chafe will reflect on the 50th anniversary of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, a landmark achievement of the civil rights movement.


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