Research Café VI: Wednesday 18th March 2015

researchcafesResearch Café VI takes place on Wednesday 18th March, 2.30-4pm in Aldham Robarts Library, Seminar Room 1

Speakers:

Dr. Joanne Knowles (Humanities and Social Science) and Russ Glennon (Student Advice and Wellbeing) The virtual constituency? Analysing local politicians’ use of Twitter

Helena Gosling (School of Law) Therapeutic Communities: A progressive response to substance use?

Jay Karecha (European Institute for urban Affairs)  UK city-regions in growth and recession

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. Come along to this great opportunity to find out about the research going on across the Faculties at LJMU.

All welcome, no need to book

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One Response to Research Café VI: Wednesday 18th March 2015

  1. Pingback: Research Café V: violence in Darfur, maker education and special collections | ljmulibrary

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