SHW-wide programme of events

These events are open to attendance by all staff and students. There are separate events, not in this calendar, which are research group-specific. The calendar is prepared and organised by research theme leads, ECR, PGR leads and SHW Admin.

Photo of desk with diary, coffee cup and plant

We have initiated this prior to the opening of the Clarice Pears building so that, when we do move in, we hope that you will enjoy mixing face to face with staff and students from all research groups in SHW. This programme will continue for the foreseeable future.

2022

DateTimeDetails
Tue 4 Oct 1 to 2pm

Maurice Bloch Lecture, Prof Scott Duncan: Integrating time-use epidemiology into physical activity research: Examples and future applications.

Thurs 6 Oct 10am to 12pm Macmillan Coffee Morning - LR3, PH, 1 Lilybank Gardens. 10am - 12noon [invite in email to follow]
Tue 11 Oct 12 to 1pm SHW Cross Theme Seminar - in person, LR3, PH, 1 Lilybank Gardens or via ZOOM
Wed 12 Oct 3 to 4pm PGR Seminar Series: 
Mon 24 Oct 11am to 12noon SHW Townhall meeting Zoom link
Mon 24 Oct 1.30 to 3.30pm Academic Promotion Workshop
Wed 26 Oct 12.30 to 1.30pm British Sign Language (BSL) café 
Wed 26 Oct 1 to 2pm Maurice Bloch lecture; Dr Adam Burley
Thur 27 Oct 11.30am to 12.30pm Coffee morning for mentors: Lecture Room 3, Public Health, 1 Lilybank Gardens
Tue 1 Nov 12 noon to 1pm Research Development Skills series: Frances Mair zoom link
Thur 03 Nov 10 to 10.30am New colleague coffee morning [invite in email]
Wed 23 Nov 12.30 to 1.30pm British Sign Language (BSL) café
Wed 30 Nov 5.30 to 10pm St Andrews Day staff and student family ceilidh, details to follow by email.

2023

DateTimeDetails
Wed 25 Jan  12.30 to 1.30pm  British Sign Language (BSL) café 
Wed 22 Feb  12.30 to 1.30pm  British Sign Language (BSL) café 
Wed 31 May 1 to 2pm SAVE THE DATE Maurice Bloch lecture: Prof Ethel Nakimuli-Mpungu
Wed 21 Jun 1 to 2pm SAVE THE DATE Maurice Bloch lecture: Prof Peter Dahler-Larsen

Is there a speaker you'd like to recommend for the Maurice Bloch lecture series or do you have an idea for a research skills seminar, or any other event? Use our online suggestions box to submit the details.