Feel inspired and informed in this collection dedicated to human rights, equality and celebrating the expertise of our academic community.
Amazing women, terrific engineers, great stories, with Dr Nina Baker
March is Women’s History Month and it is customary to honour the women who battled to open opportunities in traditionally male fields, for women who followed. This talk will focus on the technical achievements of some early British women engineers.
Crime, punishment and justice?
A Criminology taster session taking you on a whirlwind tour of the 'lifecycle' of crime through offending, trial, and rehabilitation.
Gender Imbalance in the Healthcare professions
A conversation between students, alumni and staff in healthcare on gender imbalance in the discipline.
Know your rights!
An introduction to the concept of rights, human rights, what rights we have and what can be done when they are infringed. We will also briefly explore the obligations we owe in contract, tort and human rights.
The Economics debate - Why do more boys than girls study economics?
During this panel discussion students, alumni and academics in Economics discuss the gender imbalance in the discipline.
The Olympics, Glastonbury and Cities of Culture: an introduction to Project Event Management
Associate Head of School Mark Piekarz introduces the principals of project management, for developing an event. Discussing several of today’s major events as the industry begins to revive itself from the COVID-19 pandemic, the session will provide an insight into the career paths within event and sport management.