Research Café V: 18th February 2015

ResearchCafe_marchphoto2Research Café V will take place on Wednesday 18th February in Avril Robarts Library, 2nd Floor Seminar room, 2.30pm-4pm

Speakers:

Dr Chris Vaughan (School of Humanities and Social Science) – Histories of violence in Darfur

Dr. Mark Feltham (School of Natural Sciences and Psychology) – Maker Education: the next wave of teaching and learning innovation?

Jane Webster (Centre for Public Health) – The future of Data Collection: introducing The Telephone Research Team

Tea coffee and cakes will be provided.

These events are always interesting and entertaining, with something for everyone, and it’s a relaxed, informal atmosphere. It’s a great opportunity to find out about the research going on across the Faculties at LJMU, which you all help to support in different ways. You are all welcome to attend and there is no need to book: just turn up on the day.

 

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