University of Leicester’s English Language Teaching Unit announces Spring Lecture Series

Posted by es328 at Apr 12, 2017 03:36 PM |
Line-up for events between 19 and 25 April published

Issued by the University of Leicester Press Office on 12 April 2017

The University of Leicester’s English Language Teaching Unit (ELTU) has published its Spring Lecture Series.

The free series of lectures take place between Wednesday 19 April and Tuesday 25 April and are presented in collaboration with academic departments across the University.

Lectures in this series will take place in Attenborough Lecture Theatre 3 and all staff and students of the University, as well as members of the public, are welcome to attend.

Philip Horspool, Director of the ELTU, said: “The students have worked extremely hard with support from staff in our department and this lecture series offers our international postgraduate research students a great opportunity to showcase their research.

“I’d strongly encourage staff and other students to come along and support them and at the same time learn something new in a variety of disciplines.”

The schedule for the lecture series is listed below:

Wednesday 19 April 2017, 5.30-7.00pm

Amornchat Sermcheep: 'Museum Posters: A Preliminary Study'

Department: Museum Studies

Jie Deng: 'The Role of Publishing House in the Translation of Chinese Literature'

Department: School of Modern Languages

Yahao Wang- Exhibiting Continuity and Discontinuity

Department: Museum Studies

Thursday 20 April 2017 5.30-7.00pm

Michael Chizurumoke: 'Ultra-low Frequency Waves in the Terrestrial Magnetosphere'

Department: Physics and Astronomy

Fatih Sal: 'Development of an Invertebrate Model of Addiction'

Department: Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour

Badraddin Alturki: 'Towards Distributed Data Processing in Internet of Things'

Department: Informatics

Hasim Munawar 'Detection of Fumonisin B1 by Nanoparticles'

Department: Chemistry

Tuesday 25 April 2017 5.30-7.00pm

Budi Waluyo: 'Introduction to Accounting'

Department: School of Business

Mehran Habib: 'The Political Economy of HR Dynamics in the NHS'

 

Department: School of Business

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