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4th CREST Research Symposium 2012

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The 4th CREST Research Symposium affords research-active staff and postgraduate researchers the opportunity to share and receive feedback about research projects with an interdisciplinary audience of colleagues and stakeholders, to network and to seek out potential collaborators for future endeavors. …

CREST Research Symposium 2010

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Join us for our inaugural research symposium, which allows CREST members to share their work and network across disciplines with colleagues and stakeholders from the HE community and beyond. The programme for this event is currently under development. For more …

Call for abstracts – 5th CREST Research Symposium

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Abstracts for presentations at the 5th CREST Symposium, to be held at Woburn House on Tuesday 10th September 2013, are now invited from research-active staff and students across the CREST research network. The CREST Symposium provides a forum for researchers at different stages in their careers to engage in …

Research and Engagement Week 2013

The University of Winchester

The University of Winchester will be holding its annual Research and Engagement Week later this month (26 April to 3 May) comprising of an exciting line-up of exhibitions, lectures and events taking place on campus and across the region. Research …

Cowbird 2013

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A symposium over two days organised by Norwich University of the Arts that will explore the relationship between print and digital, and the coexistence of media in a wider sense; how they combine, and how they provide unique opportunities. As …

Valerie Oliver: Exploration of how visual art can be used to prepare marginalised youth for a positive future using mixed human inquiry methodologies

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This research reflects on the Fine Arts impact on young people engaged within educational institutions, the criminal justice system, and organisations in our communities.  Sadly, regarding the Fine Arts, gaps are apparent due to discourse of past and present diversity …

Rachel Johnston: The Art of Community Engagement

Chichester

The positive and mutually beneficial relationships, which can occur between students and members of the public when they are able to work together effectively, has been demonstrated in a series of projects carried out by the Fine Art department at …

Jane Jobling: Strategies to maximize the effectiveness of a community arts project.

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There are three main goals when planning a community arts event: inclusivity, excellence and legacy. The objective of this research was to use a specific community project to test strategies that addressed these three goals and that the evaluation would …

Dr Colin Stuhlfelder: Providing the ‘More’ in ‘More than Bricks and Mortar’: Where does aspiration and desire fit into the delivery of sustainable housing strategies?

Glyndwr University

For the last 4 years the Housing Team at Glyndwr University have been working with local authorities and housing providers in North and Mid Wales to deliver their strategic housing objectives in an increasingly difficult and volatile economic climate. These …

Philippe Crisp: Perceptions of community sport coaches on the effectiveness of sport intervention programmes

Chichester

Social intervention projects using sport as a key vehicle for delivery are frequently used in community development projects. They are promoted either directly or indirectly by broader government policy because there is an inherent, wider belief that sport can contribute …

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