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News

Phonics works. New research suggests that sounding out words is the best way to teach reading

Phonics works. New research suggests that sounding out words is the best way to teach reading

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Phonics works. New research suggests that sounding out words is the best way to teach reading
Date:
20/04/2017
Why Dr Steve Portugal is going cuckoo for eggs this Easter...

Why Dr Steve Portugal is going cuckoo for eggs this Easter...

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Why Dr Steve Portugal is going cuckoo for eggs this Easter...
Date:
12/04/2017

Academy of Social Sciences inducts two Fellows from Royal Holloway

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Two academics from Royal Holloway, University of London have today been conferred as Fellows in the Academy of Social Sciences. The awards, for Professor Andrew Seltzer from the Department of Economics and Professor Christopher Nobes from the School of Management, will be made formal at a ceremony in June this year.
Date:
05/04/2017
Grant award for healthcare improvement research

Grant award for healthcare improvement research

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Academics looking into healthcare provision and access for people on probation, and how that may reduce reoffending rates, have been given a grant from the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) for a new research project.
Date:
05/04/2017

Events

Nation re-choreographed: Dancing against the nation in the age of nationalism

Nation re-choreographed: Dancing against the nation in the age of nationalism

Date
26/04/2017
Location:
Caryl Churchill Theatre
Description
Located within the broader politics of gender, caste and nation, this talk maps out the alternative dance movement, triggered by Rabindranath Tagore. Critiquing the ideological construction of the nation, it formulates Tagore's politics of performance at a historic political moment of cultural nationalism. For further information please click on the link above.
Nobel Prize in Physics 2016: The rise of Topology ... or what's in a quantum vortex?

Nobel Prize in Physics 2016: The rise of Topology ... or what's in a quantum vortex?

Date
27/04/2017
Location:
Main lecture Theatre – Founder's Building
Description
In this lecture, Dr Anna Posazhennikova, Royal Holloway Physicist, will discuss how Topology elucidates many mysteries of quantum matter and helps to shape modern Physics. For further information please click on the link above.
The anatomy of moments

The anatomy of moments

Date
28/04/2017
Location:
Senate House
Description
How do we think about moments? Moments are fuzzy-edged measures of time, containing a public or private event, charged with intense significance, whereby the future – expected or unexpected - bursts open the door of the present, bringing with it revelation or mystery, surprise or transformation, questions or answers. What part does literature – and culture more broadly - play in the development of such intensity; how does it construct the roles that 'moments' play in the way we write, live and think? For further information please click on the link above.
The First Women Lawyers: Celebrating the Past to Shape the Future of Women in Law

The First Women Lawyers: Celebrating the Past to Shape the Future of Women in Law

Date
04/05/2017
Location:
Moore Building Auditorium
Description
2019 will mark 100 years since of the passing of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act which removed any barrier to women working as lawyers on the grounds of their sex. To celebrate this forthcoming anniversary the Bedford Centre for the History of Women is delighted to welcome Dana Denis Smith (First 100 Years), Dr Judith Bourne (St Mary's University, Twickenham) and Charlotte Coleman (Women in Law: Inspired and Inspirations) to explore the legal and social challenges women faced to become lawyers at the turn of the last century and to highlight how much women have achieved in the law in the last 100 years. For further information please click on the link above.

 

 
 
 

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