- Luke Rice, Severn Wye Energy AgencyThursday 12th March 2015 - 5:00pm
We welcome Luke Rice back to the School of Planning and Geography to take part in the Alumni Employability Series 2015. Luke now works for Severn Wye Energy Agency.
- Dr Paul Barratt, Staffordshire UniversityTuesday 17th March 2015 - 4:00pm
Be it through smart phones or dedicated devices, our bodies, lives and activities are being tracked, measured and quantified, like never before.
Researcher Positionality in Practice: Uncanny Reflections and the Case of Compulsive Behaviour of People with Tourette SyndromeDiana Beljaars, PhD Research Student, School of Planning and GeographyWednesday 18th March 2015 - 1:00pm
Research student Diana Beljaars will provide a lunch hour seminar as part of the Environment Research Group Seminar Series.
- Dr Dimitris Potoglou, School of Planning and GeographyThursday 19th March 2015 - 12:00pm
Join us for this lunch time Spatial Analysis Research Group Seminar detailing preferences for privacy, surveillance and security.
- Samantha Culver, TescoThursday 19th March 2015 - 5:00pm
We welcome Samantha Culver back to the School as part of the Alumni Employability Series 2015. Sam graduated from the School in 2003 and joined Tesco on their Property Services Graduate Scheme. Sam is now Supply Chain Efficiency Director.
- Dr Crispin Cooper, Sustainable Places Research InstituteWednesday 25th March 2015 - 12:00pm
Join us for this lunch time Spatial Analysis Research Group Seminar detailing the use of spatial network analysis to model bicycle usage and flows in Cardiff.
- Andrew Jones, Mott MacDonaldWednesday 25th March 2015 - 4:00pm
Andrew Jones will talk about a transport planning project in Gibraltar that has just finished so attendants will gain insight into a real transport planning exercise.
- Simone Cappellari, CPLAN Postgraduate/Private SectorThursday 26th March 2015 - 5:00pm
We welcome Simone Cappellari, current Spatial Planning and Development masters student to the Alumni Employment Series 2015.
- Speaker list enclosedMonday 30th March 2015 - 9:00am
Attunements strive to attain greater familiarity or intimacy with more-than-human worlds. In doing so, they experiment with creating more sustainable and egalitarian social forms.
- Dr Yi Gong, Sustainable Places Research InstituteThursday 23rd April 2015 - 12:00pm
Join us for this lunch time Spatial Analysis Research Group Seminar asking can the physical environment you live in influence your health expectancies?
- Rob Appleby, ExertisThursday 23rd April 2015 - 5:00pm
We welcome Rob Appleby back to the School to speak for the Alumni Employability Series 2015. Rob is now employed by Exertis, one of Europe's largest and fastest growing technology distribution and specialist service providers.
- Dr Jennifer Gabrys, University of LondonTuesday 28th April 2015 - 4:00pm
Dr Jennifer Gabrys, Goldsmiths, University of London, joins the Environment Research Group Seminar series in the Glamorgan Building Council Chamber.
- Julian Dobson, Urban pollinator, sense maker, writer and editorTuesday 28th April 2015 - 5:30pm
Julian Dobson, author of the newly published How to Save Our Town Centres, will ask what kind of investments will create places where people want to live and socialise - and who are the real investors in our towns and cities.
- Mike Biddulph, School of Planning and GeographyWednesday 29th April 2015 - 5:30pm
Bring your own popcorn and join the Spatial Planning and City Environments Research Group to watch this documentary film by Andrea Dalsgaard in which Jan Gehl's critique and vision of public space design are explored.
- Sophie Donaldson, London Borough of NewhamThursday 30th April 2015 - 5:00pm
We welcome alumni Sophie Donaldson back to the School. Sophie was part of the 2004 cohort and now works at London Borough of Newham.
- Dr Aleksandra Kaxmierczak, School of Planning and GeographyWednesday 6th May 2015 - 12:00pm
Join us for this lunch time Spatial Analysis Research Group Seminar detailing vulnerability mapping for climate change.
- Tuesday 9th June 2015 - 10:00am
The previous event was described by one Head of Geography as: 'Thoughtful, intelligent and one of the best training courses I have ever attended as a teacher.'