Tuesday 30 June
11.00am to 4.30pm - Department of Sociology Seminar "Reducing Recurrent Care Proceedings : Evaluating Interventions".
At the Essex Business School.
Wednesday 1 July
1.00pm – JESS Seminar, Francesca Marino (University of Padova) “Living with an ill child. An investigation of potential consequences on the healthy sibling: cognitive and noncognitive development and parental inputs”.
In the large seminar room (room 2N2.4.16) of the Social Science Research Centre.
Thursday 2 July
9am to 5pm - Public Launch of "The Centre For Research In Language Development Throughout The Lifespan". This exciting new Centre brings together researchers working on language development at all stages, from early development in young children, to second language learning and teaching,
and language loss in attrition and dementia. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place
9.30am to 5.00pm - Winsten Day 2015. Our annual Winsten Day is a free enrichment event for Year 12 pupils. It includes mathematical
problem solving sessions, advice on applying to university and lectures from our academics. The day ends with the keynote Winsten lecture, delivered by a notable speaker from the world of mathematics. The lecture is open to the public and previous speakers have included Simon Singh, Professor John Barrow, Joe Twyman and Stella Dudzic.
Wednesday 8 July
10.30am to 4.30pm - "Mental Health: Working Together, Making a Difference". Inaugural joint annual research meeting of the University and The Tavistock and Portman NHS
Foundation Trust. Colchester Campus. Book a place.
Northanger Abbey. An open air production of the classic Jane Austen novel performed on the Wivenhoe House lawn.
DOT Productions brings you this witty adaptation of ‘Northanger Abbey’ in DOT’s usual comedic style.
Tuesday 14 July 2015
10am to 4pm - Centre for Trauma, Asylum and Refugees "Helping Refugees in our turbulent times". A one-day workshop to develop new perspectives and skills. Painful images of the plight of people fleeing their war-torn countries to safety have featured in the recent news.
How to help these refugees and asylum seekers against growing anti-immigration and shrinking resources, and how to balance pressures and concerns over them, are some of the questions you will explore at this workshop. At the Resource for London, Holloway Road, London. Further information and registration details.
Tuesday 28 July to Saturday 1 August
PLAY IN A WEEK. Its back! Can you make a play in a week? If you’re aged 7-16 Lakeside Theatre wants you to come and try this Summer. Places for Play In A Week
are limited to 40 maximum and we sold out quickly last year. Book early to avoid disappointment! At the Lakeside Theatre.