14 August 2020
The three sessions are separate events, not repeats. Book free tickets for any of the sessions through Eventbrite.
Distinctions between work and life are often blurry, and these can be even more so when the research we undertake has a personal connection. In addition to this, some of the populations we engage with in our research may also be disempowered and subject to inequalities, and managing these relationships can be personally challenging and take additional time to manage carefully.
In these hack day sessions, the GHWRG will explore the challenges of negotiating research when we or those close to us are directly affected. Through discussions, conversational methods, and (hopefully - zoom permitting) some virtual creativity, the hack days will focus on the practical and ethical challenges of doing this research.
[Online] The conference will focus on the use of ArcGIS in the secondary classroom, mainly covering GCSE and A Level. It is run in partnership with Esri UK and will be led by their education team.
6 October 2020
[Online] Now in its fourth year, the Spatial Data Science Conference is the leading event bringing together Data Scientists and Developers who specialize in working with spatial data.
19 October 2020
[Online] Three dates have been set aside for three different events as part of our Geography and Core Maths initative.
30 November 2020
[Online] Join us to learn more about geohazards, with a particular focus on tectonic hazards. This workshop will be led by Dr Matthew Blackett from Coventry University.
14 December 2020
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