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By Kieran McCartan, Nick Addis, & Ella Rees Violence against women and girls (or Gender Based Violence as its also known) is one of the most prolific forms of crime and anti-social behaviour globally, with 1 in 3 experiencing it at some point in their lives (World Bank). This is by no means to diminish … Continue reading "UWE Bristol Campus Climate Survey on student experiences of sexual abuse and misconduct 2022/23"
On 1st November, the Research in Emergency Care Avon Collaborative Hub (REACH) hosted an event e.xploring how to decide when hospital would benefit patients aged 65 or over. The event was fully booked and had a great mix of paramedics, geriatricians and members of the public who enjoyed some fantastic discussion sessions and a delicious … Continue reading "Research in Emergency Care Avon Collaborative Hub: Hospital or Not event"
UWE Bristol is delivering a 12-week course starting on Friday 13 January 2023 designed to support employers from across the construction, engineering, and related industries to upskill their workforce to meet the current and future challenges of the climate change crisis through achieving zero carbon buildings. Funded by the Department of Education, as part of … Continue reading "UWE Bristol launches Skills Bootcamp in Achieving Zero Carbon Buildings to support employers in upskilling their workforce"
Dissemination event held online on Thursday 13th October 2022 Written by Dr Emily Dodd, Senior Research Fellow and project manager for the ADAPT study. “An amazing and informative session” Almost 100 people across the UK joined an online dissemination event on Thursday 13th October 2022 to hear about and see in action the new online … Continue reading "The south Asian Dementia Pathway (ADAPT) study"
UWE Bristol’s Centre for Machine Vision (CMV) are the academic partner on an innovative project with Hoofcount to detect early signs of digital dermatitis lesions and lameness within dairy cattle. Hoofcount is a 10-year-old family business, focusing on how to keep cows’ hoofs clean and healthy. The project is aimed at using machine vision to … Continue reading "The Centre for Machine Vision working on Detection for Early signs of Digital Dermatitis Lesions and Lameness Within Dairy Cattle"
Editors: Michael Whelan and Brian McShane Deadline for submissions: 11.55pm on Friday 25th November, 2022 Michael Whelan and Brian McShane are very glad to be able to share the below call for chapters for inclusion in an edited book titled: ‘Youth, Transition and Social Justice: (re)searching spaces of social action’. They have an expression of … Continue reading "Youth, Transition and Social Justice: (re)searching spaces of social action- Call for Chapters"
Photo by Lawrence Bury, 2020. Gary Topp joined Arnolfini in 2019 as Executive Director. He has led the team at Arnolfini through the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns and the many challenges and opportunities this created for Arnolfini and the wider sector. In the blog below he talks about his career, the importance of creative … Continue reading "Creative Industries spotlight: Gary Topp, Executive Director, Arnolfini"
In September 2022, the Centre for Print Research (CFPR) hosted IMPACT 12 multidisciplinary printmaking conference, The Printmakers’ Voice. IMPACT stands for ‘International Multi-disciplinary Printmaking, Artists, Concepts and Techniques’. Over the past two decades IMPACT has evolved as Europe’s leading academic discourse on printmaking. Printmaking is now integral to the wider academic debate, through practice, theory, … Continue reading "Centre for Print Research IMPACT 12 multidisciplinary printmaking conference"