News & Events
The Carnegie School of Sport runs a lively and exciting programme of events. In addition to our Open Days and Applicant Days, the programme includes a wide variety of activities such as seminars, research carousels, conferences and lectures, providing a great forum for Knowledge Exchange.
How do I book on?
All of our seminars are free to attend but we ask that external guests from outside the Carnegie School of Sport confirm their attendance via the Eventbrite link within the event information below.
How to contact us
If you have any questions about our School's events please contact our School of Sport Office email@example.com
The Carnegie School of Sport and the Centre for Dementia Research will jointly lead this research carousel to explore the implications of becoming more physically active for people with dementia.
This seminar examines the role and importance of football in the lives of players from a Sunday league football club representing a pub in the north-east of England. It considers the extent to which the club provides a context for social change and what influences this.
Building on a successful first year, this year’s physically active learning symposium showcases insights from leading researchers and practitioners from the UK, USA and Norway.
This seminar will discuss the understanding and implications of complexity theory for sports injury research, and will propose alternative approaches that acknowledge complexity and as such may be more fit for purpose.
This seminar aims to share learning on implementing evaluation research in the context of health improvement interventions delivered by/through Spanish football clubs or their community trusts.
The seminar will explore applications of social network analysis in real life economic data and how the core principles of economic theory should be rejected as they fail to account for social relationships
By assessing how anti-racists/anti-fascists have used different tactics to tackle far-right activity, this seminar will consider which approaches might best challenge racist ideas and behaviour amongst English football fans.
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