WG Hart 2016 WorkshopValuing Expertise: Legal, Normative and Social Dimensions at the Institute for Advanced Legal… (with images, tweets) · thetroutpouts · Storify

Posted on 20 September 2017 by Nicky Priaulx

The Institute for Advanced Legal Studies – Hosted by Nicky Priaulx, Matthew Weait, Richard Ashcroft and David Nelken Source: WG Hart 2016 WorkshopValuing Expertise: Legal, Normative and Social Dimensions at the Institute for Advanced Legal… (with images, tweets) · thetroutpouts · Storify
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Project Twitter: Successes and Challenges

Posted on 4 August 2017 by rileyd

Author- Dave Riley, Research Assistant   After two months putting together a plan of action designed to smash the barriers between academic staff and dissemination of their research on Twitter, it’s time to pause and reflect upon the progress of Project Twitter. This post looks at the project’s successes in promoting the work of academics within Cardiff Law School
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Project Twitter: A Plan of Action

Posted on 4 July 2017 by rileyd

Author- Dave Riley, Research Assistant Project Twitter   Following on from my first post on smashing the barriers that face academics when it comes to the creation of academic content online, this post explains how Project Twitter aims to transcend these obstacles. In order to overcome the two most cumbersome barriers of time and tech know-how,
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INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES – Academia Europaea Cardiff Knowledge Hub

Posted on 17 June 2017 by Nicky Priaulx

Nicky Priaulx (LAWPL) participated in a debate at the Academia Europaea Cardiff Knowledge Hub in June 2017 as part of a prestigious panel discussion (Dr Steven Hill, Head of Research Policy at HEFCE; Dr Ian Viney, Director of Strategic Evaluation and Impact, Medical Research Council; Professor Nick Pidgeon at Cardiff’s School of Psychology; Professor Cathy
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Disseminating Research on Twitter: Smashing the Barriers

Posted on 8 June 2017 by rileyd

Author- Dave Riley, Recent PhD Graduate and creator of @SouthAsia71   I’ve been running my twitter account @SouthAsia71, alongside my recently-completed PhD thesis, since December 2014. The account tweets archival documents, info-graphics and analysis of the events that led to the independence of Bangladesh from Pakistan in 1971. The account has attracted over 4,000 followers
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sciSCREEN Cardiff: Arrival – 14th June 2017

Posted on 16 May 2017 by Nicky Priaulx

Date: 14 June 2017  from 18:00 – 21:00 in the Hadyn Ellis Building, Cardiff University  Centralising the themes of Interdisciplinarity and Collaboration, sciSCREEN Cardiff in conjunction with the LawLab is hosting the showing of the film Arrival (2016) with a cross-discipline panel of expert speakers, Professor Harry Collins (Cardiff Social Sciences), Professor Rick Delbridge (Cardiff Dean of
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Lunchtime Workshop: Theory Informing Practice – Practice Informing Theory – Exploring the Everyday of Medical Decision-Making

Posted on 1 May 2017 by Nicky Priaulx

Mon 12 June 2017 12:00 – 14:00 BST in Room 1.29 (Law Building) This short lunchtime workshop aims to bring together Cardiff University scholars and postgraduate students from the School of Medicine, School of Psychology, School of Law and Politics and School of Social Sciences to explore the relationship between theory and practice in clinical decision-making.
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Lunchtime Workshop Series: Gender Matters: Exploring the Experience(s) of being a female academic in Higher Education

Posted on 1 May 2017 by Nicky Priaulx

Led by Katy Greenland (SOCSI) and Nicky Priaulx (LAWPL), this LEAP@LawLab lunchtime workshop invited female academic staff from across AHSS to participate in a LEAP network discussion around the everyday experiences of being a female academic in higher education. At this well-attended event, we welcomed over 35 female academics from across AHSS and beyond at Cardiff
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