Welcome to the blog of the Research and Enterprise Development Centre at CCCU (or ‘RED’ for short).
If you’ve never worked with RED before and don’t know what we do, here’s a selection of some of the things we get involved in: Continue reading What we do at the Research & Enterprise Development Centre
11th October 2018 – The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
For an overview of conference click here
Only 4 weeks to go – Limited Places Remaining – The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, 17th May 2018
For full details click here
Last chance to enter NTFS and CATE 2018 TEACHING EXCELLENCE AWARDS – Nominations close at 15:00 on Monday 30 April 2018 – For full information on the awards click here
ShareLab – The second cohort – read the article here
Ruby Wax: Technology might be the way we heal ourselves – read the article here
Nesta Sparks – This is s new series of informal learning sessions – for more information click here
The April 2018 issue of the Teaching and Learning Update.
AdvanceHE is a merger of The Higher Education Academy and the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education. To read the latest newletter in full click here
Canterbury Christ Church University
Augustine House – Terrace Room
Rhodaus Town, Canterbury, CT1 2YA
30 April 2018, 9am – 2pm
Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU) and Migrant Help invite you to ‘Migrant wellbeing in Kent and beyond’ event on 30 April.
Talks on the day will include:
- ‘Migration and local governance’ by Rachael Coker, PhD Student, CCCU
- ‘Official categorisation and the social construction of asylum seekers’ by Roohi Hussain, PhD Student, CCCU
- ‘Health and wellbeing of migrants’ by Andrew Billany, Chief Executive, Migrant Help
- The launch of the ‘Evaluation study of the Sleep Project for unaccompanied asylum seeking children in Kent’ report – Helen Carr and Eleni Hatzidimitriadou, CCCU
- Panel discussion ‘Assessment and access to services’
The event is free to attend. Refreshments and lunch will be provided, Confirm your attendance (if you haven’t already done so) by 18 April by email
Nesta are asking for help to find the people and projects who are challenging the status quo and who are working determinedly for the benefit of their communities and beyond.
For more information click here
The latest edition includes:
Dementia Research, Forward Thinking and Public Involvement Standards.
To read these articles and more click here
How can the NHS do more to help people live healthier lives? – to read the full article and other news click here
For articles including ‘A new age of biology based on genetic technologies?’ and ‘Global Challenges Research Fund: Challenge-led Grants opening soon’ click here