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Latest Well Met News
Going Green for 2019
When we talked about putting together our green DDR package, we realised that this is more than a trend. This is a necessity. So rather than adding a green option, why not just go all in? This year, all our DDRs are going green because great conferencing shouldn’t cost the Earth.
Well Met Team Moves in 2019
Well Met, the conferencing office of Leeds Beckett University, begins 2019 with several moves across the team.
Cloth Hall Court shortlisted for prestigious interiors awards
Well Met, the conferencing office of Leeds Beckett University, is delighted to announce that its dedicated conferencing facility, Cloth Hall Court, has been shortlisted for the Interior Project of the Year, at the prestigious Mixology North Awards.
CeASR Lecture: Making friends with the Enemy
Speaker: Jo Berry
Beckett Colour Blast
A happy, colourful, messy 2.5km or 5km colour run around the beautiful Headingley campus. Run (walk, skip or hop) a unique route, joining hundreds of participants, get fit, get showered in coloured powder, make memories and have fun!
CeASR Social Change Seminar- Professor Wendy Stainton Rogers: A Psychology of Human Being
Speaker- Professor Wendy Stainton Rogers Emerita The Open University
carnegieXchange - Narratives and marginalised voices: Storying the sport and physical education experiences of care experienced youth
carnegieXchange Seminar Existing research has failed to provide an opportunity for the stories of care-experienced youth to be heard, especially with regard to their perspectives on sport and physical education, and so our understanding of their experiences is limited.
Yorkshire Sculpture International-INSIDE/OUT: Nobuko Tsuchiya in conversation with Sarah Brown
Nobuko Tsuchiya will be in conversation with Sarah Brown as part of this series brought to you in partnership with Yorkshire Sculpture International, aiming to celebrate sculpture in all its forms.
carnegieXchange - Spending time with coaches in situ: what we can learn about coaching, and researching coaching, from ethnographic case study research.
There is growing recognition that understanding the complexity and difficulty of sport coaching does not lend itself to overly simplified or reductive research approaches e.g. quantified observational and self-report questionnaires, or indeed, one off qualitative interviews – although these methods have their place for particular research tasks.