Lifelong Learning Centre

Seminar series moves into fourth year

Posted on Friday, 18 October 2013 at 2pm
by Lifelong Learning Centre Staff.
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Public engagement activities form an important part of the LLCs provision. Our seminar series is now in its fourth year and has been organised with the aim of increasing knowledge and awareness of current research and thinking in relation to the different programmes delivered by the LLC.

Our exciting programme includes a diverse range of topics, each linked to an area of our subject provision. Our latest seminar series includes talks on: a journey through the history of marketing; an evaluation of the impact of Islamic Law in Western Societies; an examination of the issues of bereavement and sexual exploitation in children and young people. We are also delighted to be welcoming speakers from a range of organisations including Bradford Metropolitan District Council, BT, Genesis, Hawksworth Wood Children’s Centre, Leeds City Council and the Marks and Spencer Archive.

Seminars are designed to be of direct relevance to our current students but also of interest to our alumni, university staff, external practitioners and members of the public. Seminars are free to attend and have in the past proved very popular – a number of last year’s seminars were fully booked in advance so we advise anyone interested to register early to avoid disappointment! To see further details of the seminars on offer this year click here.

Categories: Seminar Series