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Thu 27 Feb, '20
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Bookable workshop: Parliament for Researchers
Wolfson Research Exchange

Organised by Lesley Chikoore.

This workshop gives an overview of the UK Parliament and how Parliament uses research, and covers ways to work with the institution including details on Select Committees, legislative scrutiny, the House of Commons and House of Lords libraries, and POST. It also includes discussion of how to communicate research in a policy context. The session will be interactive and practical. You will leave with an understanding of how research is used in the UK Parliament, and able to identify opportunities to feed your research into Parliament’s work. This training is delivered by UK Parliament’s Knowledge Exchange unit.

To register: https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/staffintranet/rss/impact/events/parliament

Mon 2 Mar, '20 - Sun 8 Mar, '20
00:00 - 00:00
GREEN WEEK 2020

Runs from Monday, March 02 to Sunday, March 08.

Green Week 2020 takes place from Monday 2nd to Sunday 8th March. The event will be taking place across the University and SU as well as at (1) Coventry University and SU, (2) in Leamington Spa, and (3) in Coventry. The aim is for 2020’s event is for it to be bigger and better than ever before in advance of the City of Culture year in 2021. In addition to University departments and societies, businesses, schools and community groups are all encouraged to get involved.

See Green Team pages for more details of what's happening in Psychology.

Tue 3 Mar, '20
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GREEN WEEK 2020: Psychology Explore the Campus walk for students and staff
Meeting at the Psychology Annex Ground floor extension at 12:00

An informal walk following the University's "Walking through time" trail (30 minutes or 1 hour depending on how long you have!)

Queries: Email Catherine c.j.johnstone@warwick.ac.uk

Tue 3 Mar, '20
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Language and Learning Group Seminar: Suzanne Aussems
H5.45 Humanities

Speaker: Suzanne Aussems

Tue 10 Mar, '20
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Internal Seminar: tba, Melissa Reddy and Sara Morales Izquierdo
H5.45

Title: tba

Speakers: Melissa Reddy and Sara Morales Izquierdo

Please contact Internal Seminar co-ordinator, Dr Jesse Preston to arrange a slot: j.preston@warwick.ac.uk

Tue 17 Mar, '20
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Warwick Data & Artificial Intelligence Showcase featuring Professor Thomas Hils, Using AI to understand the past
Physics Lecture Theatre

Tue 21 Apr, '20
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Language and Learning Group Seminar: Katherine Messenger
H5.45 Humanities

Speaker: Katherine Messenger

Thu 23 Apr, '20
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Departmental Seminar: “tba” Dr Adam Baimel, Oxford University
H1.48 Humanities Annex (refreshments Common Room 15:45)

Dr Adam Baimel, Oxford University

Title: tba

Host: Dr Jesse Preston

Thu 30 Apr, '20
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Departmental Seminar: Pragmatism and the Extended Mind - The Question of Meaning, Professor Arthur Araújo, University of Espirito Santo, Brazil
H1.48 Humanities Annex (refreshments Common Room 15:45)

Professor Arthur Araújo, affiliated to Philosophy Department, University of Espirito Santo, Brazil

Title: Pragmatism and the Extended Mind - The Question of Meaning

Host: Dr John Pickering

Abstract

Biog:

Graduated in Philosophy from the Federal University of Goiás (1988), Master in Philosophy from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (1992) and PhD in Philosophy from the Federal University of Rio January (2001). Professor at the Federal University of Goiás (undergraduate and master’s in philosophy) between 1993 and 2010. Since then, I have been a professor at the Philosophy Department of the Federal University of Espírito Santo and I also was Coordinator of the Post-Graduate Program in Philosophy. Founder member and current coordinator of the Working Group on Semiotics and Pragmatism of the Brazilian Association of Post-Graduate in Philosophy. Main fields of research: Philosophy of Mind and Philosophy of Biology. Topics and authors of interest: Pragmatism (William James), Biosemiotics and Semiotics (Uexküll and Peirce), Philosophy of Ordinary Language (Ryle, Austin and Wittgenstein) and Evolution and Organism (Darwin, Uexküll and Whitehead).

Tue 5 May, '20
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Language and Learning Group Seminar: Noorin Rodenhurst
H5.45 Humanities

Speaker:

Noorin Rodenhurst

Fri 10 Jul, '20 - Sat 11 Jul, '20
All-day
Grant Writing Days - Wednesday and Thursday
H149a Humanities Annex

Runs from Friday, July 10 to Saturday, July 11.

Contact: Sotaro Kita and Adam Sanborn