Our upcoming events
SEEDS (Sustainable Ecological Engineering Design for Society) International Conference
The 5th SEEDS International Conference organised by the Leeds Sustainability Institute and held this year in the University of Suffolk.
PsyCen QUALMS Data Session: “Who is responsible? Not us” Islamophobic rhetoric in the discourse of the BNP Youth
This session will be delivered by Dr Shani Burke, Teesside University
Voices from the Vaults: in search of spoken language from the past
In his professorial inaugural lecture, Professor Ivor Timmis will explore the vivid, poignant and funny insights of late eighteenth and early nineteenth century records of spoken language.
Kirkstall Forge Development Update and Presentation: Constructing Excellence Yorkshire and Humber
The £400 million Kirkstall Forge development in Leeds will eventually provide around 1,050 homes and 300,000 sq ft of high quality offices, leisure, shops and restaurants. Join us for an update from the scheme's developers, CEG.
Frugal innovation: How a range of community investment companies are using surplus resources to develop meaningful engagement in primary schools, within the context of austerity
Dr Anne Temple Clothier will discuss her work with co-creation projects, the importance of parental involvement with their children's learning and how to encourage parents to access the school premises in a more meaningful way.
Blind Jack of Knaresborough: A Yorkshire man of vision
An exploration of the life and achievements of John Metcalf, a pioneer of the 18th century responsible for transforming the North's road infrastructure. This talk is part of Leeds Beckett University's Heritage Open Days.
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