Events at Staffordshire University

Computing Part-Time Open Evening

Date

September 6 Wednesday

Computing part-time non virtual and virtual open evenings. An open evening for part time Computing awards with attendance and for part-time distance learning students virtually via Skype at undergraduate and masters level. The open evening runs from 5pm to 7pm and each attendee gets allocated a 15 to 30 minute time slot. Please email Jonathan on j.c.westlake@staffs.ac.uk to arrange a convenient time slot.

Profs in the Pav - Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional by Prof Karen Rodham

Date

September 21 Thursday

A series of informal, illustrated presentations by Staffordshire University Professors on matters of topical importance - best enjoyed in the warmth of the Pavilion eatery in the New Beacon Building. Doors open at 5:30pm. The presentation will start at 6pm and runs through to 7pm. Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional will be presented by Prof Karen Rodham, Professor of Health Psychology. For more details and to reserve your place, email public@staffs.ac.uk or tel: (01782) 295860

Business and Economics Club - Looking good on Google

Inaugural Lecture: What does thinking do? by Professor David Webb

Date

September 27 Wednesday

Through his own research, Professor David Webb demonstrates that thinking is a critical practice through which we transform both the world we live in and ourselves. As such, it is an essential part of learning not just how to get on in life, but how to live well. For more details and to reserve your place, email public@staffs.ac.uk or tel: (01782) 295860

Stacey Dooley invesitigates

Date

October 11 Wednesday

The public lecture chronicles Stacey Dooley's fascinating career journey from the perfume counter at Luton Airport to one of Britain's best loved documentary presenters. Her investigations have taken her worldwide. Her mission - to make current affairs accessible. For more details and to reserve your place, email public@staffs.ac.uk or tel: (01782) 295860

Big Biology Day

Date

October 14 Saturday

A mini Science Festival with Biology at its heart, this family event features bugs and bees galore and includes expert-led walks around our nature reserve alongside fun demos and hands-on activities. Part of the Royal Society of Biology's Biology Week.

Profs in the Pav: Watts the big deal with wind? by Prof Sarath Tennakoon

Date

October 26 Thursday

A series of informal, illustrated presentations by Staffordshire University Professors on matters of topical importance - best enjoyed in the warmth of the Pavilion eatery in the New Beacon Building Doors open at 5:30pm. The presentation will start at 6pm and runs through to 7pm. Watts the big deal with wind? will be presented by Prof Sarath Tennakoon, Professor of Power Electronic Systems. For more details and to reserve your place, email public@staffs.ac.uk or tel: (01782) 295860

Business and Economics Club - Economics of Happiness and Wellbeing

Business and Economics Club - Enterprise and Economics; How will you run your Business? Why Run One?

Profs in the Pav: We need MAD leaders! by Rune By

Date

November 16 Thursday

A series of informal, illustrated presentations by Staffordshire University Professors on matters of topical importance - best enjoyed in the warmth of the Pavilion eatery in the New Beacon Building Doors open at 5:30pm. The presentation will start at 6pm and runs through to 7pm. We need mad leaders! will be presented by Prof Rune Todnem By, Professor of Organisational Behaviour. For more details and to reserve your place, email public@staffs.ac.uk or tel: (01782) 295860

Business and Economics Club - Are you up to setting up your own business? What makes an entrepreneur?

Date

December