Events

  1. Events
  2. 2018
  3. July

July

  • Jul

    2

    Monday

    Lectures

    Public; Staff; Students

    This workshop reviews the theory behind the treatment, which aims to improve word retrieval by guiding people with aphasia in repeated activation of semantic features of target words.

  • Jul

    10

    Tuesday

    Lectures

    Public

    The conference is for midwives, student midwives, maternity service user activists, obstetricians, commissioners, policymakers, members of Maternity Voices Partnerships, MSLCs and Local Maternity Systems, local authority staff and politicians, researchers, and more. Pregnant women, mothers and fathers are also most welcome.

  • Jul

    10

    Tuesday

    Lectures

    Public

    The City, University of London, SMCSE PhD Symposium is the inaugural conference for PhD students in the School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering. This is an opportunity for us all to celebrate the research culture in our school. All full-time PhD students in the School are expected to attend; part-time PhD students and staff are strongly encouraged to do so. The Symposium will be followed by the PhD Summer Party.

  • Jul

    10

    Tuesday

    Lectures

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni; Academics

    Jean will explore key findings from the Bercow Ten Years On review

  • Jul

    13

    Friday

    Lectures

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni; Academics

    The School of Health Sciences is pleased to host the next meeting of NCHR&D Forum in collaboration with NCF. Speakers include international research leads on “Enhanced health in care homes” and discussion will be led by senior leaders in the care home sector.

  • Jul

    17

    Tuesday

    Lectures

    Public

    Neil Taylor, Professor of Geotechnical Engineering at City, University of London presents the fourth Schofield Lecture on Applications for geotechnical centrifuge modelling.

  • Jul

    23

    Monday

  • Jul

    26

    Thursday

    Seminars

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni; Academics

    This seminar will consider the significance of changes in the regulation of legal services from the perspective of different international jurisdictions