Shell Shock is a stunning personal realisation of one soldier’s experience of learning to cope with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
After serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, Tommy Atkins' observations on the absurdities of everyday life on Civvy Street are frequently comic, occasionally absurd, sometimes violent but always poignant. His wired energy leads to hyper-emotional responses - from post... View details ⇨
The Participatory Research Cluster hosted by the Institute of Health and Community is a group led by Dr Julia Morgan and Dr Caroline Leeson from the Institute of Education, and aims to meet three times a year to discuss innovations in participatory research.
Wednesday 24 May 2017
-Participatory research and children.
-Examples of participatory research with children in a global context.
You are cordially invited to a 14-act variety entertainment show scheduled to run from 7:00pm (with doors opening at 6:30pm) today at the Sherwell Centre! Students, staff, and half-a-dozen community organisations have come together for this wonderful celebration of human kindness designed to boost the spirits of a colleague who is recovering from a battle with major ill-health.
"Personal stories of dementia and discrimination moved us, tales of the sea and the future of cities inspired us, the history of the undead infected us, anthropomorphic robots scared us, and an amusing take on TED talks sent us into fits of laughter."
TEDxPlymouthUniversity co-organiser, John Petrie
Improve your revision and exam preparation skills within a relaxed environment.
The workshop will support you in learning a more structured, energy-efficient and multi-sensory approach to revision. You will also practise how to prepare effectively for different types of exams, how to optimise the exam time available and decode exam questions correctly, and how to approach essay questions to... View details ⇨
"The single use plastic bag is an iconic symbol of our disposable throwaway society."
"In many senses it is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the quantity of plastic, but is very symbolic of our wasteful use of resources and was a very good place to start with legislation. But if we really want to make progress, we have to start to look at the goods that are inside those bags." -... View details ⇨
Debates about the utility of different approaches to scholarly research in Human Resource Management (HRM) and Employment Relations are taking place in the pages of academic and practitioner journals.
In this seminar, Margaret Prior will review some recent papers which question the dominant aims, philosophy and methods adopted by researchers in these fields. The seminar is designed to... View details ⇨
“It’s great being here in Plymouth and very exciting to be the first student from China to visit as part of these new arrangements. At home I am a research clinician with 60 child and adult patients. While in Plymouth I am looking forward to working with Bing and his colleagues and to learning new technology.”
Applications are open until 31 May for our Tamar Engineering Project Scholarship. Up to 5 successful applicants will receive:
£3k financial award
£1.5k course fee-waiver
One-to-one mentoring from an industry expert
Watch the video on the page below to learn about our Languages Café which promotes communication across languages and cultures. It helps home and international students to make contact and network. It fosters cross-cultural friendships. In short, it brings people together!
Join us through the summer from 26 Apr - 8 Jun, details below!