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Professorial Lecture Series 2019/20

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.

The following Professorial lecture took place in the academic year 2019/20.

'Parental Engagement' by Professor Lynne McKenna

Wednesday 6 November 2019

In this lecture Professor Lynne McKenna, Dean of Faculty of Education, reflected on over 20 years of research she has gathered in the fields of Family Learning, Parental Engagement and Engaging with Fathers.

'Transformative Learning and Teaching’ by Professor Catherine Hayes

Monday 18 November 2019

In this lecture Professor Catherine Hayes, Professor of Health Professions, Pedagogy and Scholarhip, Faculty of Health, Sciences and Wellbeing, provided an insight into the responsibility and impact that transformative learning and teaching have on local, regional, national and global societies.

‘Developments in Anatomy teaching and learning’ by Professor Debs Patten

Monday 27 January 2020

In this lecture Professor Debs Patten, Professor of Anatomy, Faculty of Health Sciences and Wellbeing, reflected on the developments in anatomy teaching and learning during her career, and how the use of technology in clinical practice is driving the undergraduate curriculum.

'How important are Pharmaceutical Formulations' by Professor Amal Ali Elkordy

Monday 24 February 2020

In this lecture Professor Amal Ali Elkordy, Professor of Pharmaceutics, Faculty of Health Sciences and Wellbeing, discussed β€œThe Ladder to Professorship: How important are pharmaceutical formulations.”

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