Events at Staffordshire University

Holocaust Memorial Day - A Career in Conflict: Archaeological Approaches to Investigating Holocaust Landscapes by Caroline Sturdy Colls Professor of Conflict Archaeology and Genocide Investigation

Date

January 29 Monday

Prof Sturdy Colls will reflect on a decade of work documenting Holocaust landscapes and sites of mass violence across Europe. She will discuss how archaeological methods and interdisciplinary approaches can offer new opportunities for commemoration, education and genocide prevention. She will also consider the ethical implications of this work and the benefits and challenges posed by working with a variety of communities, agencies and the media. Email comms@staffs.ac.uk or call 01782295860

#ItsNotOk - a Public Lecture by Dr Laura Walton-Williams

Date

February 6 Tuesday

Dr Laura Walton-Williams invites you to a Public Lecture, during Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence Awareness Week, to discuss perceptions of the offences where police recorded incidents are up by 20 per cent and the public spotlight has fallen on the rich and famous. The lecture will be informed by Laura's recent visit to the US, funded through the Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship, and her work to explore how sexual assault investigations can be improved in the UK. Email comms@staffs.ac.uk

Computing Part-Time Open Evening

Date

February 15 Thursday

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 or ring 01782 294618 to arrange a time slot.

Profs in Dudleys. Understanding the human spirit By Wilf McSherry, Professor in Nursing

Date

February 22 Thursday

Are we just a set of sophisticated cells and biological systems fashioned through evolution? What else differentiates us from other matter and animal species? Is spirituality just relevant to those who have religious belief? Here Professor McSherry, whose research spans spirituality and spiritual care, talks spirituality and its many functions. Email comms@staffs.ac.uk or call 01782295860

Profs in the Pav: Level up - games beyond entertainment! By Minhua Eunice Ma, Professor of Games Technology

Date

February 27 Tuesday

Building on the University's excellent reputation for Computer Games Development, Professor Ma talks serious games, virtual and augmented reality and their remarkable applications beyond the realms of entertainment. Join her in our digital learning space for a hands-on demonstration of a new game set to tackle serious global issues including domestic violence and be among the first to have a play. Email comms@staffs.ac.uk or call 01782295860

Inaugural Professorial Lecture: Rock a bye Baby by Dr Elizabeth Boath, Professor of Health and Wellbeing

Date

March 8 Thursday

Join us on International Women's Day where Prof. Elizabeth Boath will share her quarter century of research on perinatal mental health and wellbeing and her unique insight into what women really want. Email comms@staffs.ac.uk or call 01782295860

Computing Part-Time Open Evening

Date

March 15 Thursday

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 or ring 01782 294618 to arrange a time slot.

The MASSIVE goals Principle with David Hyner

A spoonful of Murder: The evolving science of body recovery. By John Cassella, Professor of Forensic Science Education

Date

March 29 Thursday

Finding bodies in either land or water based graves poses a challenge for the Police. Victim recovery dogs and geophysics are most commonly used but new forensic science methods are being developed. Chemical detection, where it is possible to evidence human remains in just a spoonful of soil, add to the armoury of techniques to assist in body recovery. John will talk about the evolution of this science and how it has been used in some casework. Email comms@staffs.ac.uk or call 01782295860

Computing Part-Time Open Evening

Date

April 19 Thursday

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 or ring 01782 294618 to arrange a time slot.

Computing Part-Time Open Evening

Date

May 17 Thursday

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 or ring 01782 294618 to arrange a time slot.

Computing Part-Time Open Evening

Date

June 7 Thursday

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 or ring 01782 294618 to arrange a time slot.

Women in Sport and Exercise Conference 2018

Computing Part-Time Open Evening

Date

July 5 Thursday

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 or ring 01782 294618 to arrange a time slot.

  • Venue: College Road