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Art, publics and biosensors: an engagement

Oct
30
2014

Creativity Zone
Thursday 30 October
13:00 until 14:00
Gene A. Felice II

Gene A. Felice II will present his artwork on biosensors


Research proposals in progress

Oct
30
2014

CIE Research Cafe
Essex House Ground Floor Meeting Room
Thursday 30 October
13:00 until 14:00
Albert Tarmo and Gunjan Wadhwa, first-year PhD students in Education

A discussion on background and context of research proposals


Independence Referendums and Putative Citizenship: The Scottish referendum in a global perspective

Oct
30
2014

Politics Research in Progress Seminars
Jubilee G35
Thursday 30 October
13:00 until 14:30
Dr Ruvi Ziegler (University of Reading)

Independence Referendums and Putative Citizenship - The Scottish Referendum in a Global Perspective


Prepare for Careers Fair 2014

Oct
30
2014

Careers and Employability Centre, The Library
Thursday 30 October
13:30 until 14:00

This practical session will help you with all this and much more an make you Careers Fair 2014 experience far more worthwhile and enjoyable.


Psychological interventions for distressing voices: how do they work and can they be improved?

Oct
30
2014

Sussex Psychosis Research interest Group
Chichester 3 Lecture Theatre 3R241, University of Sussex
Thursday 30 October
15:00 until 16:00
Sarah Fielding Smith (University of Sussex)

A talk about the potential of smartphone-based assessment methods as a means to identify the most potent elements of therapy and uncovering treatments


Responses to Social Exclusion in Cultural Context: Evidence from farming and herding communities

Oct
30
2014

Psychology Colloquia Autumn Term 2014
Pevensey 1 PB1 B03
Thursday 30 October
16:00 until 18:00
Dr Ayse Uskul (University of Kent)

Group living is essential to human survival.


Young-conservative acitivists, Nazi propagandists, liberal lead journalists.

Oct
30
2014

History Work in Progress Seminars
Arts A108
Thursday 30 October
16:00 until 18:00
Alexander Korb (Leicester)

Young-conservative acitivists, Nazi propagandists, liberal lead journalists. Intellectuals careers in Germany across three political systems 1925-1975


The neurobiological basis of depression

Oct
30
2014

Polymath Society Lectures
Meeting Room 2, Falmer House
Thursday 30 October
18:00 until 19:00
Carl Buckfield

This talk will review and analyse two neurological theories of depression: the monoamine hypothesis and the hypercortisolemia hypothesis.


University Challenge trials

Oct
30
2014

Arts A1 lecture theatre
Thursday 30 October
18:00 until 19:30

We're entering a team to compete in University Challenge, a TV quiz competition, and the Students' Union are looking for students to take part.


Sussex in Transition networking meeting

Oct
30
2014

Fulton 203
Thursday 30 October
18:00 until 19:30

Sussex in Transition is a platform for all green societies and groups at uni. Come and meet people from different societies and share your ideas!


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