Please view some recent examples of our work below:
Parkinson’s is a progressive neurological condition that impacts the muscle and motor functions of the human body. The School of Psychology has been examining the impact of dance as an intervention, to help people suffering from the condition to improve coordination, balance and movement. Dance with Parkinson’s was produced to use in a classroom environment, to get constructive feedback from participants and help shape research investigating dance, exercise and Parkison's.
This video was commissioned to promote a short course titled 'Master Your Leadership' run by the The Graduate School for postgraduate taught students. Here we have three postgraduate students giving their assessment of the course.
The postgraduate students in this video talk of their experience of completing a Level 7 Certificate in Strategic Management and Leadership accredited by the Chartered Management Institute.
Dr Lisa Connolly tells us why it is important to introduce primary school pupils to science and other STEM subjects. Arranging for them to attend the University for a day, the pupils get involved in science experiments, attend lectures and take part in teaching their peers.
The University held the 5th Young Microbiologists Symposium 2018 at Riddel Hall. The event was attended by young and aspiring Microbiologists from around the world with the purpose of reviewing the latest developments and exchanging ideas in the area.
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