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Lecture Series

Every year the Graduate School of Education arranges a series of Research Lectures where internationally renowned academics present their current or recently completed research and scholarly work.   The lectures are aimed primarily at those involved or interested in educational research and are a focal point for all working and collaborating within the GSE Research Community, providing a forum for colleagues from various institutions to meet and discuss current issues. The research lectures are open to everyone: University staff, students, professionals and visitors from other educational establishments and partnership schools. 

Lectures take place on Zoom and attendance is free, but places must be reserved in advance via Eventbrite.  Lectures are recorded and made available for later viewing by students and staff on the student VLE.   

We also have a listing of past research seminars, where in some cases you can download recordings from the event (view the seminar details for the link).

Upcoming events are detailed below.

 

 

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18 October 202116:30

GSE Lecture Series - St Luke's Day Lecture - Professor Gemma Moss (Institute of Education, University College London)

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23 November 202113:00

GSE Lecture Series - Professor Martin Ubani (University of Eastern Finland)

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1 February 202216:30

GSE Lecture Series - Professor Andreas Hadjar (University of Luxembourg)

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8 March 202211:00

GSE Lecture Series - Professor Liz Pellicano (Macquarie University, Sydney)

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3 May 202216:30

GSE Lecture Series - Professor Vanessa Andreotti (University of British Columbia)

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7 June 202213:00

GSE Lecture Series - Dr Rob Higham (Institute of Education University College London)

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