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Law Graduation Ball 2017

Law Graduation Ball 2017

Description

Formal Dress Code

Open only to Law students

Venue - Ramside Hall, County Durham

Date: Thursday 25th May 2017

Deposit (non-refundable) - £20 per person

Deadline for deposit - 24th March 2017

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Student Tickets - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Student Tickets - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Description

Sunderland Empire, Tuesday 28 March, 10.30am or 1.30pm

Sunderland Music Education Hub has secured funding from Arts Council for free concerts at Sunderland Empire with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

This is a rare opportunity for you to listen to and experience a live 67 piece Orchestra from London.

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Under The Stars Ball

Under The Stars Ball

Description

UG Business, Events and Tourism May Ball - Ticket admits one to the Ball on 19th May 2017.

This event is exclusive to students from the mentioned faculties only plus a guest (ticket must be purchased).

Red carpet event with drinks reception, three course meal, wine on the table, DJ and dancefloor, discounted bar prices, photograph booth, etc!

Early bird special price of £20 (a 20% discount) until 14th April 2017. Only 100 early bird tickets available.

Tickets are limited to 2 per person.

If you wish to book a table of ten, please contact betball2017@gmail.com once all 10 tickets have been purchased to arrange your table.

 

 

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Professor Alastair Irons

Professorial Lecture Series 16/17 - Cybersecurity In An Ever Changing World

FREE OF CHARGE

Description

Monday, 22nd May at 6 pm- 7pm

Registration and refreshments at 5:30pm

Prospect Building, Room 007, University of Sunderland, Sir Tom Cowie Campus
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research

Research Symposium – Tourism, Hospitality and Events: Border Crossings and Interconnections

£30.00

Description

A one day research symposium hosted by the Tourism, Hospitality and Events Department, Faculty of Business, Law and Tourism which seeks to promote interdisciplinary research by bringing together researchers, industry stakeholders, and communities to create a space for the dissemination and co-production of research and practices that can contribute to innovation and transformation in tourism, hospitality and events.
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Making Sense Of Voices - 3 Day Workshop

£195.00

Description

3 DAY WORKSHOP
Making sense of voices: Utilising a biographical and social orientated approach to empower and enable mental health recovery

24th -26nd April 2017
9.30am - 4pm
Science Complex, Dale Building, Room 007

Facilitated and Presented by Peter Bullimore
Trainer and Educator, Voice Hearer and Chair of Sheffield Hearing Voices Network and the
co-founder of Paranoia Network


The traditional approach to working with voice hearers focuses upon inabilities and deficits, rather than individuals’ inherent ability to understand and cope with their voices and other experiences. This course is grounded on acceptance of lived experiences of voice hearing. Participants will be taught to employ the Maastricht Interview for voices, an assessment tool developed by Dr Sandra Escher and Professor Marius Romme, which provides a structured method for understanding and working with a voice hearer’s experience.

This is a great opportunity for a shared learning experience between voice hearers and practitioners, and discounted rates are available for users of mental health services. The price includes the cost of the full 3 day event and a Continuing Professional Development Certificate.
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andrew lee

Life on the Front-line of Disaster Preparedness by Dr Andrew Lee

FREE OF CHARGE

Description

Dr Andrew Lee will present the free lecture: ‘Natural Disaster Preparedness: Tales from the Frontline’ on Thursday April 6, 3pm-4pm, at the University of Sunderland.


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Professor Alastair Irons

Professorial Lecture Series 16/17 - The Fight Against Global Infectious Disease

FREE OF CHARGE

Description

The fight against global Infectious disease: Is this a battle we can win?

Thursday, 11th May at 6 pm- 7pm

Registration and refreshments at 5:30pm

Prospect Building, Room 007, University of Sunderland, Sir Tom Cowie Campus
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Professorial Lecture Series 16/17 - Tourism and Power: Knowledge, Being, Emancipation

FREE OF CHARGE

Description

Wednesday, 17th May at 6pm - 7pm

Registration and refreshments at 5:30pm

Prospect Building, Room 007University of Sunderland, Sir Tom Cowie Campus
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michael wood

Public Lecture Series 2016/17 - Michael Wood

FREE OF CHARGE

Description

Travels in Time: Making History on TV

5th April 2017, 6.30pm

Sir Tom Cowie Lecture Theatre, St Peter's Campus

Free but tickets must be booked.

With clips from the Dark Ages to Alexander the Great, and from Kibworth to China – not to mention a visit to Wearmouth! – Michael Wood looks back over three decades of documentary making. Full of fun, anecdote and insight, this promises to be an absorbing evening.

For over 30 years, historian and broadcaster Michael Wood has brought history alive for viewers and readers in Britain, the US and further afield. He is the author of several highly praised books on English history including In Search of the Dark Ages, Domesday, and In Search of England, and well over one hundred documentary films, among them In the Footsteps of Alexander the Great and The Story of India, which the Wall Street Journal described as ‘still the gold standard’ of documentary history making. The Independent newspaper called his Story of England, which told the tale of one village, Kibworth in Leicestershire, through British history, ‘the most innovative history series ever on TV’. The Story of China, his most recent programme shown on BBC2, embarks on a great historical adventure, exploring the stories, people and landscapes that have helped create China’s distinctive character and genius over four thousand years.
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