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Professorial Lecture Series 2020/21

Celebrating and sharing the expertise and achievements of our new and established Professors.

These lectures showcase the breadth and quality of the research being conducted at the University.

Professorial lectures for the academic year 2020/21.

‘Globalisation in the Times of Disruption: Challenges and Opportunities in Higher Education’ by Professor Monika Foster

Wednesday 2 December 2020

In this lecture Professor Monika Foster, Head of School, Business and Management, Faculty of Business, Law and Tourism, examined the latest developments in globalisation and the impact of disruption, whilst arguing that it could be embraced as an opportunity, with examples from the globalised higher education.

Upcoming Professorial Lectures

Some dates and times are to be confirmed

'Inequality, Well-Being and (Inclusive) Productivity Growth’ by Professor Leaza McSorley

In this lecture Professor Leaza McSorley, Professor of Enterprise, Faculty of Business, Law and Tourism will share insights from her professional experiences of 21 years working in regional economic development

Date and venue to be confirmed.

‘Songs of Time and Place’ by Professor Mike Collier

Professor Mike Collier, Professor of Visual Art

Date and venue to be confirmed.

‘When Computer Says No: from usability to cybersecurity’ by Professor Sharon McDonald

In this lecture, Professor Sharon McDonald, Professor of Human-Computer Interaction, Faculty of Technology, will reflect on the system-based and user-based factors that affect our ability to use software systems effectively.

Date and venue to be confirmed.

'Where and how did I get here? by Professor David Baglee

In this lecture, Professor David Baglee, Professor of Advanced Maintenance and Head of School of Engineering, Faculty of Technology, will introduce a snapshot of his career and will discuss how technology has changed during these years to support 'smarter' maintenance management utilising industry 4 tools and techniques.

Date and venue to be confirmed.

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