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Cutting-Edge Gender Research: Men and Gender Equality & the Glass-Cliff Phenomenon with Antonia Sudkaemper

Cutting-Edge Gender Research: Men and Gender Equality & the Glass-Cliff Phenomenon with Antonia Sudkaemper
Date:
18 March 2020
Location:
0.10 Hugh Aston Building, De Montfort University
Description
As part of the International Women's Day programme here at DMU we are delighted to invite you to this event.

Festival of Teaching: Female genital mutilation – empowering cultural change

Festival of Teaching: Female genital mutilation – empowering cultural change
Date:
23 March 2020
Location:
De Montfort University, The Venue@DMU
Description
Female genital mutilation (FGM) is an invasive procedure that currently affects more than 200 million girls and women worldwide. This one-day conference offers the opportunity for the FGM cultural underlay to be safely discussed and challenged, and the space for those typical patterns of thinking about FGM to be disrupted.

Festival of Teaching: Responding to chemical and biological incidents

Festival of Teaching: Responding to chemical and biological incidents
Date:
23 March 2020
Location:
Courtyard Room, LCB Depot
Description
Biological and chemical incidents involve natural, deliberate or accidental release of substances or agents into the environment. Learn our methods and how to use the novel tools developed by Public Health England to respond to incidents and implement this increasingly relevant training into your institutions or programmes.

Festival of Teaching: A workshop on running workshops

Festival of Teaching: A workshop on running workshops
Date:
23 March 2020
Location:
De Montfort University, The Innovation Centre
Description
In this workshop on workshopping, Innovation Centre Manager Josh Dale will draw on his expertise running workshops for corporate clients to demonstrate and guide you through the process of designing, facilitating and actioning the outputs of great workshops.

Festival of Teaching: The unconscious consumer - the hidden forces that shape the way we shop

Festival of Teaching: The unconscious consumer - the hidden forces that shape the way we shop
Date:
23 March 2020
Location:
4 Midland Street, LE1 1TG, Leicester, Phoenix
Description
This session will try to dispel this 'illusion of invulnerability' by demonstrating some of the interesting psychological phenomena that drive our consumption patterns.

Festival of Teaching: The Bermuda Triangle of teaching

Festival of Teaching: The Bermuda Triangle of teaching
Date:
24 March 2020
Location:
Campus centre 2.01, De Montfort University
Description
This session aims to be one of the stages of development for the 21st century teaching compass, a tool that will assist lecturers in steering clear of the Bermuda Triangle of teaching.
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