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Do you love singing? Are you a fan of the Pitch Perfect films or the Gareth Malone choir programmes on tv?
Air Matters, Learning from Heathrow is an exhibition and programme of events that explores the politics of air.
In four short talks, Kingston University academics will discuss current issues of reproducibility and replicability in Social Sciences.
Hosted by the Kingston Business School.
Kingston University's Visconti Studio and The Journal for Cultural Research present, a day exploring the art, innovative practice, cultural impact, creative musical and sonic legacy of Scott Walker, with Peter Walsh, Scott's long-term producer and collaborator.
Come and join us as we discuss Joseph Conrad's "Heart of Darkness". Monday 25 November, 7-8.30pm, but do join us for nibbles, wine, coffee and tea from 6:30pm. The Quiet Room (PRMB0031), Faith and Spirituality Centre, Penrhyn Road campus, Kingston University, KT1 2EE.
The Teaching Partnership are delivering this half day event for qualified Practice Educators, trainee Practice Educators, those preparing to train as Practice Educators, On-site supervisors, Practice Assessors and Workforce and Development Leads
Delivered by: Professor John Lynch, University of Adelaide