Beginning on 27th November 2013, the School of Education will be hosting a weekly lunchtime research seminar on Wednesdays, 12-1pm, in the Glasgow Room. The intention of the seminar series is to provide an informal space for discussion and dialogue in which staff can present and share on-going research activities. This is a free and open platform for discussing research, and colleagues are encouraged to bring any research items to the meeting, from raising initial exploratory questions, to seeking advice about developing conceptual ideas, to on-going methodological questions, to fully-formed research presentations. Each session will begin with a short (10-25 minute) presentation from a member of academic staff, followed by discussion. Feel free to bring your lunch!
More information here.
The Faculty’s webpages for current research students are now up and running. They can be accessed at the following links:
School of Education
Alternatively go to the Faculty homepage (http://www.brookes.ac.uk/about/faculties/hss/), click on the relevant School/Department, click on the Research Degrees box, select Current students from the menu on the left hand side of the page.
I hope these pages are of use. I would urge you to regularly check the calendar section as this will list relevant meetings, training courses, etc at University, Faculty and School/Department level (the calendar is empty at the moment but will be added to over the next few weeks).
Dr Gareth Preston
Two post-doctoral positions available at Birmingham University in the broad moral education field (moral philosophy esp, virtue ethics, moral psychology, developmental psychology, wellbeing studies, pedagogy, etc.):