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Wednesday, 01 February 2017 - Tuesday, 28 February 2017

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Wednesday, 01 February 2017 Organiser Location
Excellence’ in Liverpool

International students reflect on their experiences in the city and on campus

EDEN 036 (Powys)
Standing in the Wings - The Beatles, Brian Epstein and Me

Joe Flannery (University of Liverpool) leads this music research seminar.


Monday, 06 February 2017 Organiser Location
Seeking refuge: Multiple perspectives

Come along and hear about the experiences of refugees and asylum seekers from people who has first-hand experience.


Tuesday, 14 February 2017 Organiser Location
Separate but equal? The philosophy of women's education from the 1660s to the 1960s

Interdisciplinary Centre for Education and Policy Analysis Lecture Series 2016-17

LTC-A Hope Park
“I've got my sat nav, it's alright”: Users' engagements with technologies of navigation

Psychology Research Seminar 2016 -17

HCA 104

Wednesday, 15 February 2017 Organiser Location
Contributing to International Development through volunteering

Presented by John Denny, Chief Executive Officer, Volunteer Missionary Movement (VMM)

EDEN 036 (Powys)
Bernstein at the ballet: The musical sketches explored

Dr Sophie Redfern (Liverpool Hope University) leads this music research seminar.


Monday, 20 February 2017 Organiser Location
In Conversation with Professor Mario D'Souza

This is a chaired seminar where Professor D'Souza will speak on his recent research and publications in philosophy and Catholic education, to be followed by discussion and open conversation.

EDEN 047

Tuesday, 21 February 2017 Organiser Location
Higher Education: Public or private good?

Interdisciplinary Centre for Education and Policy Analysis Lecture Series 2016-17

LTC-A Hope Park

Wednesday, 22 February 2017 Organiser Location
Refugees and social work: sharing experiences from Samos Island, Greece

Professor Chris Jones provides a case for the claim that in varied ways and with diverse impacts, social work is both effective and vibrant.

EDEN Lecture Theatre
A meritocratic marketplace?

Character, widening access and the concept of academic aspiration in UK education policy discourse.

EDEN 006
Educational Excellence – what about supporting young people to be empathetic?

Presented by Dr Babs Anderson, Lecturer in Early Childhood, Dr Zoi Nikiforidou, Lecturer in Early Childhood and Dr Jim Stack, Lecturer in Early Childhood

EDEN 036 (Powys)
They encourage themselves in mischief: Understanding texts for occasional anthems in the Restoration Chapel Royal

Dr Bryan White (University of Leeds) leads this music research seminar.


Tuesday, 28 February 2017 Organiser Location
For citizenship, society or empire? Elementary education from 1870

Interdisciplinary Centre for Education and Policy Analysis Lecture Series 2016-17

LTC-A Hope Park
Affective neuroscience

Psychology Research Seminar 2016 - 17

HCA 104
Webinar on Donald Trump, US Grand Strategy and forthcoming prospects for War and Peace

Guest speakers: Dr Rob Busby, Liverpool Hope University and Dr Jacqueline Reich, Chestnut Hill College

Learning Lab