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Latest Well Met News
Well Done Well Met - CHS 2018 Award Winners
Well Met, the conferencing team at Leeds Beckett University, walked away with a category win and two highly commended recommendations at the 2018 CHS Awards ceremony that took place on Thursday 31 May at The Principal Hotel in Manchester.
Dinner is served Cloth Hall Court hosts first dinner with FinTech North
Wednesday 25 April was a first for Cloth Hall Court, part of the Well Met conferencing department for Leeds Beckett University, when it played host to the speakers, sponsors and special guests of FinTech North for the venue’s very first dinner.
Visual Media Conference 2018 returns to Leeds Beckett University
The Visual Media Conference (VMC) returned to the Rose Bowl for the fifth consecutive year. Well Met, the conference office for Leeds Beckett University, hosted the annual event on Tuesday 27 March.
The exhibition departs from an experience of art based on the environments in which we usually find it – paintings in a gallery and performance in a theatre – towards an understanding of art as something which actively defines our environment.
Sustainable Ecological Engineering Design for Society (SEEDS) Conference 2018
4th Annual SEEDS Conference organised by the Leeds Sustainability Institute in partnership with the Dublin Institute of Technology
The Legal Education and Training Review
The LETR research team and professional bodies will reflect on the last five years to discuss the future of legal education.
The Digital Doctorate
Research and Enterprise Conference #BeckettREC18
Join us for the first annual Research and Enterprise conference - an interactive and informative event for all academic staff.
Creative practice and wellbeing: Unlocking potential through story
Leading practitioners and academic experts in drama pedagogy, creative writing and participatory theatre are coming together to deliver a series of practical workshops for colleagues. Workshops will explore the potential of story to develop motivation, curiosity, literacy, agency, compassion and ask important questions about the nature of what it means to be human.