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The GuildHE Research Doctoral Summer School 2020

The GuildHE Research Doctoral Summer School 2020

SAVE THE DATE: The GuildHE Research Summer School will take place in Mary Ward House, London on 7- 8 September 2020 Why attend The GuildHE Research Summer School is a great opportunity for doctoral researchers to: Focus on your own professional development as a...

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Brexit Readiness Roadshows in October

 Join a Brexit Readiness Roadshow event in October: Universities UK, in collaboration with GuildHE and Universities Scotland and Universities Wales are hosting events across the UK to help higher education providers prepare for a no-deal Brexit. The...

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GuildHE funded research drives innovative solutions to Industrial Strategy Grand Challenges

GuildHE funded research drives innovative solutions to Industrial Strategy Grand Challenges

Two projects using sound and advanced digital creative technologies will be developed to drive innovations in learning in schools and care of people with Dementia thanks to funding from CREST, GuildHE’s research network.  Memory Tracks will investigate the impact of music as a means to stimulate memory and promote independent living amongst those living with […]

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New calf welfare research to be led by Royal Agricultural University

New calf welfare research to be led by Royal Agricultural University

The Royal Agricultural University (RAU) has been selected to lead research which addresses significant challenges facing the calf rearing sector, including reducing antibiotic use and maintaining welfare. Funded by AHDB Beef & Lamb, the project will produce guidance on best practice for rearing dairy-bred beef calves, helping producers to run a more efficient and profitable calf rearing business. Dr […]

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SAVE THE DATE – CREST PhD Summer School 2018

SAVE THE DATE – CREST PhD Summer School 2018

SAVE THE DATE: The 5th CREST Summer School will take place in London on 3-4 September 2018. The Summer School is open to research students from CREST member institutions. Participants will take part in workshops and discussion sessions with a range of speakers and organisations, including the Wellcome Trust, the British Library, Ipsos Mori, the British Academy, […]

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Second Call for Papers – Sustainability Symposium – 16 November 2018

Second Call for Papers – Sustainability Symposium – 16 November 2018

Leeds Arts University, UK. Title: Expanding Communities of Sustainable Practice Key note Speaker: Joanna Boehnert, Joanna is the author of Design, Ecology, Politics: Towards the Ecoscene. https://ecocene.wordpress.com/ and founder of Eco Labs – a not for profit design research lab and studio engaged in the communication of complex environmental problems that creates resources, projects and […]

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Mind the Gap Theatre Company PhD Studentship

Mind the Gap Theatre Company PhD Studentship

York St John University are pleased to invite applications for the following PhD studentship Funded PhD Studentship Staging Change: Leadership, Engagement and Advocacy in Learning Disability Theatre York St John University in collaboration with Mind the Gap theatre company The School of Performance and Media Production is seeking applications from candidates interested in pursuing a […]

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Falmouth University – Doctoral Studentship Call 2018

Falmouth University – Doctoral Studentship Call 2018

Falmouth University are delighted to announce that this year’s Doctoral Studentship call is now live.  We will be offering up to 4 fully funded studentships and successful candidates will be invited to teach up to 180 hours per year, within the department of their Director of Studies.  Information about the award, and the project calls […]

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Second Call for Papers – Sustainability Symposium – 16 November 2018

CALL FOR PAPERS – Expanding Communities of SUSTAINABLE PRACTICE

Building on our successful symposium in October 2016, we are excited to announce our second, one day symposium at Leeds Arts University continuing the dialogue on how to expand communities of sustainable practice within and beyond art and design schools. Given the need for art and design education to transform its mode of operating in […]

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Hedgehog Rehabilitation: Sharing Best Practice

Hedgehog Rehabilitation: Sharing Best Practice

A new event for hedgehog carers/rehabilitators, vets, students, and researchers. A full day of talks, discussions and practical training sessions in the Gloucestershire countryside. The programme will provide an opportunity for those with lots of experience, or very little, to share their experience, learn from others, and discuss the latest research affecting care of the […]

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Exploring endangered forms of industrial craft specific to the ceramics industry,  peformance installation “Pattern Book”

Exploring endangered forms of industrial craft specific to the ceramics industry, peformance installation “Pattern Book”

CERAMICS – Pattern Book For nearly two decades Prf Neil Brownsword has highlighted endangered forms of industrial craft specific to the ceramics industry of his home town – Stoke-on-Trent. His residency at the V&A in 2017-18 was driven forward by the museum’s collection of 18th and early 19th century North Staffordshire ceramics and pattern books […]

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Bradford College, new centre for research, The Northern School for Research into Art and Material Culture

Bradford College, new centre for research, The Northern School for Research into Art and Material Culture

The Northern Centre for Research into Art and Material Culture: Process/Philosophy and Praxis The Faculty of Art and Creative Industries at Bradford College have inaugurated a new centre for Research named The Northern School for Research into Art and Material Culture. This title encompasses many of the themes of the School’s research but also connects […]

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