The monthly research seminars in Speech and Language Therapy, in the School of Allied and Public Health Professions, take place every month. They are free and open to anyone with an interest in the field, such as (internal and external) academics, students, clinicians and other professionals.
These monthly seminars take place on Wednesday afternoons from 3-4 pm, and are followed by tea, coffee and biscuits. There is no need to book and seats cannot be reserved. All seminars take place at City South Campus at Westbourne Road (B15 3TN).
See the full programme on the website.
Taking place every Wednesday, City Centre Campus
The Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research now holds its research seminars weekly. Each week there will be talks by either guest speakers, academics from the centre or our postgraduate researchers.
Upcoming events are listed on the BCMCR site. Keep checking back regularly for event updates.
With such a busy schedule and intense periods of academic study, it’s hard to imagine that a PhD student gets a summer holiday at all. But one way of seeing the world whilst continuing the intense pathway to a doctorate is to combine studying and research with travelling, as Landscape Architecture PhD student Anastasia Nikologianni has done this summer.
Anastasia’s busy summer schedule kicked off on 7 June with a trip to Barcelona to see the Landscape Observatory and its Olot Headquarters, along with a range of other landscape projects, with the trip lasting until 4 July.
However, the Greek student didn’t have much time to relax once she had arrived back in Birmingham, as she then jetted off to the Netherlands, visiting the project of Lent in Nijmegen as part of the Room for the River landscape project all over Holland, a government design plan surrounding flood protection and the environmental conditions in the areas around Holland’s rivers. This trip lasted from 8 July until 3 August with a two-day trip in Berlin integrated as part of the Climate KIC board.
Climate KIC is Europe’s largest public-private partnership focused on climate innovation to adapt to climate change, they are also funding Anastasia’s PhD. Anastasia enjoyed a slight break from the travelling before she prepared to jet off to Frankfurt for the PhD Summer School by Climate KIC on 24 August. This was the final destination of her summer trips, with the theme surrounding Green City Frankfurt: Shaping Transition Pathways for a Future Economy, lasting up until 5 September.
Anastasia now continues her PhD studies, progressing onto her second year of academic study.
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This was originally posted on the University website.