School of Social Sciences, Humanities & Law

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  • Psychology Sixth Form Conference 21 February 2018

    The psychology department at Teesside University invites you to attend our annual conference. The day will host a range of short talks on psychology in action and applications of psychology which will demonstrate the broad research interests of our staff and students. Finally, the conference will end with a talk on careers in psychology. This is the perfect opportunity for those who are considering studying psychology at university to engage with staff and students and find out more about this fascinating discipline.

  • Postgraduate Information Event - School of Social Sciences, Humanities & Law 28 February 2018

    Come and see us at our stand in the 1st floor foyer of the Clarendon Building to get information about studying a postgraduate course at Teesside University.

  • Sociology of Sport Research Group Seminar Series: A Mockery of Equality 28 February 2018

    The Sociology of Sport Research Group aims to provide a supportive environment to encourage, challenge and inspire students (both undergraduate and postgraduate) to further their research journeys into the exciting world of the sociology of sport. The group is the student-focused arm of the Social Significance of Sport Research Group within the Department of Psychology, Sport and Exercise at Teesside University. The current seminar series began in October 2017 and will run until May 2018. This month's seminar, A Mockery of Equality: the relationship between the Paralympic Games & disability equality in the UK, by Stuart Braye will discuss the research he is doing for his PhD by Completed Works.

  • Ex-combatants, Gender and Peace in Northern Ireland: Women, Political Protest and the Prison Experience 28 February 2018

    Abstract - During the Conflict in Northern Ireland, the criminal justice system played a central and visible role in containing, managing and repressing social disorder and, hence, became associated indelibly with issues of the State.

  • Criminology and Sociology applicant visit day 14 March 2018

    Book your place on our Criminology and Sociology applicant visit day where you can find out what it’s really like to be a student at Teesside University.

  • Education, Early Childhood & Youth applicant visit day 14 March 2018

    Book your place on our Education, Early Childhood &Youth applicant visit day where you can find out what it’s really like to be a student at Teesside University.

  • English applicant visit day 14 March 2018

    Book your place on our English applicant visit day where you can find out what it’s really like to be a student at Teesside University.

  • History applicant visit day 14 March 2018

    Book your place on our History applicant visit day where you can find out what it’s really like to be a student at Teesside University.

  • Law, Policing and Investigation applicant visit day 14 March 2018

    Book your place on our Law, Policing & Investigation applicant visit day where you can find out what it’s really like to be a student at Teesside University.

  • Psychology applicant visit day 14 March 2018

    Book your place on our Psychology applicant visit day where you can find out what it’s really like to be a student at Teesside University.

  • Sport and Exercise applicant visit day 14 March 2018

    Book your place on our Sport and Exercise applicant visit day where you can find out what it’s really like to be a student at Teesside University.

  • Write here, write now English conference 21 March 2018

    This conference introduces students to degree-level English. Attendees take part in a taster lecture exploring Porphyria's Lover by Robert Browning, a taster seminar follows and students examine the text in further. The event gives students an understanding of university critique and academia. Current students will also participate in the conference alongside academic staff.

  • Education, Early Childhood & Youth Discover Day 21 March 2018

    This session will provide an opportunity for students to take part in interactive activities that explore some of the key themes that underpin our education programme. Students will take part in a lecture on 'Sociology, Education and Culture', as well as visiting the fantastic facilities on campus such as the Early Years class room.

  • Postgraduate Research Forum 21 March 2018

    Students from the School of Social Sciences, Humanities & Law will present research 'work in progress'.

  • Forensic Psychology Discovery Day 28 March 2018

    This interactive session takes place in Teesside University's replica courtroom where students act as jurors to reach a verdict in a criminal trial. Together we consider the insights psychology offers the trial process.

  • Insight to Impact - Year 12 Discovery Day 18 April 2018

    This session will offer students an overview of the role of education and research in sport and exercise, and how it is applied in practise. The session will also include a tour of facilities and students will take part in an interactive workshop.

  • Contemporary Issues - Adultery, cannibals and conjoined twins - a look at legal moralism 18 April 2018

    Adultery, cannibals and conjoined twins - a look at legal moralism is the first lecture in the 'Contemprary Issues' series.

  • Paradigm Wars? 18 April 2018

    This workshop explores the differences between qualitative and quantitative research processes and 'show cases' a mixed emthods research project in education.

  • Promoting Physical Activity in Primary Schoolchildren through ‘Active Classrooms’ 18 April 2018

    Dr. Alison Innerd Sport and Exercise (Senior Lecturer)

  • Education, Early Childhood and Youth applicant visit day 21 April 2018

    Book your place on our Education, Early Childhood and Youth applicant visit day where you can find out what it’s really like to be a student at Teesside University.

  • English applicant visit day 21 April 2018

    Book your place on our English applicant visit day where you can find out what it’s really like to be a student at Teesside University.

  • History applicant visit day 21 April 2018

    Book your place on our History applicant visit day where you can find out what it’s really like to be a student at Teesside University.

  • Law, Policing and Investigation applicant visit day 21 April 2018

    Book your place on our Law, Policing and Investigation applicant visit day where you can find out what it’s really like to be a student at Teesside University.

  • Sport and Exercise applicant open day 21 April 2018

    Book your place on our Sport and Exercise applicant visit day where you can find out what it’s really like to be a student at Teesside University.

  • Criminology and Sociology applicant visit day 21 April 2018

    Book your place on our Criminology and Sociology applicant visit day where you can find out what it’s really like to be a student at Teesside University.

  • Psychology applicant visit day 21 April 2018

    Book your place on our Psychology applicant visit day where you can find out what it’s really like to be a student at Teesside University.

  • Exploring the Motion Advantage in Face Recognition 30 April 2018

    Abstract - A single face can provide us with a lot of information about a person, including their identity. The act of recognising the face of someone familiar is part of everyday life and for the majority of people and the majority of time we are able to do this quickly and effortlessly.

  • The People’s Game? Contemporary Challenges in Football Cultures 07 September 2018

    The People’s Game? Contemporary Challenges in Football Cultures - 7 September 2018 Known as the ‘people’s game’, no other sport has captured the public imagination in quite the same way as Association Football. On the surface, it’s exciting. It delivers entertainment, helps to forge identities, provides children with dreams of glory, and it affords adults a sense of belonging. It provides jobs, improves health, and instils confidence and ethical values. Viewed in this way, football, with its global and seemingly classless appeal, contributes positively to social life. However, this narrative often overshadows more controversial aspects of football and detracts attention from the important social, cultural and economic challenges ahead.

International Women's Day 03 March 2018
International Women's Day: from operating table to podium – how to become the fastest altruistic kidney donor on the planet 05 March 2018
Academic writing: an introduction 05 March 2018
Presentations skills 06 March 2018
Adult Nursing Discovery Day 07 March 2018
Occupational Therapy Discovery Day 07 March 2018
Learning Disabilities Nursing Discovery Day 07 March 2018
Midwifery Discovery Day - Fully Booked 07 March 2018
Reflective Writing 07 March 2018
Part-time open day 07 March 2018
Postgraduate open day 07 March 2018
International Women's Day: Movie screening 07 March 2018
International Women's Day: Share a cake 08 March 2018
CAKE 18 (Collaboration and Knowledge Exchange) 08 March 2018
Critical Writing 08 March 2018
Introduction to Harvard referencing (Darlington Campus) 08 March 2018
International Women's Day: In conversation with Jacqui Miller-Charlton MBE 08 March 2018
Writing a research proposal 13 March 2018
Criminology and Sociology applicant visit day 14 March 2018
Education, Early Childhood & Youth applicant visit day 14 March 2018

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