Tuesday 11 September 2012

Keynote Speaker

Laurie Taylor Professor Laurie Taylor,

Fellow of Birkbeck College, University of London and presenter of BBC Radio 4's "Thinking Allowed"

Lecture - More Research Is Needed?

The Diamond Jubilee Lecture Theatre, The Business School, BS1/01
3.30 pm - 4.30 pm
 

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The Full Programme - Social Sciences, Education and Business

This day has a series of events with the morning sessions being open to internal staff and students only. 

The afternoon events will be open to both the public and members of staff and students at the University of Huddersfield.  They will showcase the University's research in the following areas:

  • Social Work and Social Policy
  • Education
  • Business Studies
THE MORNING - These events are focused upon the Units of Assessments (UoA) considered for the Research Excellence Framework (REF) - these events are ONLY OPEN TO STAFF AND STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HUDDERSFIELD
Time Event Room
10.00 10.30 Coffee and Welcome Quayside, Level 2, Central Services Building
Start of parallel sessions
UoA 25 - Education
Time Event Speaker Room
10.30 11.00 Education UoA Strategy Professor James Avis The Business School, BSG/16
11.00 12.30

Education Research Group Presentations - showcasing research and anticipating research agendas/questions/potential research partnerships.

  • Teachers and Professionalism Research Group
  • Technology Enhanced Learning Research Group
  • Action Research Group
  • Policy Research Group
  • Social Cohesion Research Group
  • Early Years, Childhood. Youth and Community Research Group
  The Business School, BSG/16
UoA 19 - Business Studies
Time Event Speaker Room
10.30 12.00 Research Cafe - aimed at sharing/developing research ideas within The Business School Professor Stephen Swailes and Professor David Bamford The Business School, BSG/17
UOA22 - Social Work and Social Policy
Time Event Speaker Room
10.30 10.45 REF-2014 in a School context Professor John Playle The Business School, BSG/18
10.45 11.00 REF-2014 and the Research Institute Professor Jim McAuley The Business School, BSG/18
11.00 11.30 Overview of School REF-2014 planning and beyond Professor Bob Heyman The Business School, BSG/18
11.30 12.30 The work ahead – Professor Bob Heyman to facilitate discussions about output quality, selection of REF-2014 entrants, impact case studies and the Environment statement.  (PLEASE NOTE -  this will be a closed session invited attendees to include REF 2014 candidates and School Executive members) Professor Bob Heyman The Business School, BSG/18
End of parallel sessions
THE AFTERNOON - OPEN TO ALL
Time  Event
Room
12.00 12.30 Registration for External Guests  Quayside, Level 2, Central Services Building
12.30 13.15 Networking Lunch and Poster Showcase  Quayside, Level 2, Central Services Building
Start of parallel sessions
Educational Research Based Events
Time Event Speaker Room
13.15 13.30 Book Launch - Responding to the Threat of Violent Extremism - Failing to Prevent Dr Paul Thomas BSG/16
13.30 14.00 Responding to the Threat of Violent Extremism - Failing to Prevent. Dr Paul Thomas BSG/16
14.00 14.30 FETT - drawing upon the Learning and Skills Improvement Service research project Dr Kevin Orr and Dr Denise Robinson BSG/16
14.30 15.00 Researching education and training for NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training) young people - implications for policy and practice Dr Robin Simmons, Dr Lisa Russell and Dr Ron Thompson BSG/16
Social Science Research Based Events
Time Event Speaker Room
13.30 13.55 The Pan-European COPING (Children of Prisoners, Interventions and Mitigations to Strength Mental Health) research: evidence from qualitative data about family relationships; children's resilience and coping strategies; and talking about imprisonment Martin Manby BSG/28
13.30 13.55 Risk, resilience and developmental outcomes in female youth with harmful sexual behaviours. Dr Helen Masson BSG/25
13.30 13.55 Doing Identity with Style: Service Interaction, Work Practices and the Construction of 'Expert' Status in the Contemporary Hair Salon. Dr Tracey Yeadon-Lee BSG/26
13.30 13.55 Risk, Time and Delay in Malignant Melanoma. Professor Annie Topping and Dr Idah Nkosana-Nyawata BSG/27
14.00 14.25 Surviving Sexual Abuse - Negotiating a Sexual Self Dr Jo Woodiwiss BSG/28
14.00 14.25 The case of the lady who risked exploding: A study of multiple consequences and contested values in the treatment of anal cancer Professor Bob Heyman BSG/25
14.00 14.25 Administering Sexuality Equalities Legislation: Challenges for policy makers and practitioners. Dr Surya Monro BSG/26
14.00 14.25 The influence of family members on recovery and return to work for disability benefit claimants with chronic back pain. Dr. Serena McCluskey BSG/27
14.30 14.55 Preventing Child Homicide: From Research to Practice. Dr Jason Roach BSG/28
14.30 14.55 Grassroots Nationalism: Activism in the English Defence League. Dr Joel Busher BSG/25
14.30 14.55 IMPACT - translating knowledge into transformative action Professor Adele Jones BSG/26
14.30 14.55 Injecting Drugs in Public Places: Themes from a Harm Reduction Perspective. Dr Stephen Parkin BSG/27
Business Studies Research Based Events
Time Event Speaker Room
14.00 15.00 Law Clinic - Learning Law in the Community Phil Drake BSG/17
14.00 15.00 Operations, transport and logistics research: sports operations research; modelling supply chains; air transport research; logistics in Namibia. Professor David Bamford BSG/35
14.00 15.00 Ageing and retirement research, ethical evaluation of talent management, Advances in marketing, research in learning and teaching, saving forests in the Upper Nile. Professor Stephen Swailes BSG/18
End of parallel sessions
Time Event Room
15.00 15.30 Afternoon Tea and Networking  Quayside, Level 2, Central Services Building
15.30 16.30

Professor Laurie Taylor (highly acclaimed social psychologist, writer and broadcaster)

'More Research is Needed?'

Official Opening of the Institute for Research in Citizenship and Applied Human Sciences (ARCAHS)

 

The Business School, Diamond Jubilee Lecture Theatre
16.30 16.40 The announcement of the winners of the poster competition The Business School, Diamond Jubilee Lecture Theatre
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