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Upcoming Events

23 May
CIM: Big Data and Reputation Protection
Thursday, May 23, 2019, 6-7.30pm

Data intelligence has transformed the business and marketing landscape in the past 20 years. Learn how leading organisations use smart data for profiling and targeting and what individuals and commercial organisations can do to protect their brand and personal data from being misused. Our expert speakers will cover:

  • Digital marketing – a data-driven approach: Owen Dale, Lecturer in Business at Wrexham Glyndwr University
  • Improving ROI - data cleansing, enhancing and profiling: Antony Allen, Managing Director at Data-8 Ltd
  • Protecting your brand reputation: Katie Mickleburgh, Senior Associate at Manleys Solicitors

The evening will end with a Q&A session with our panel of experts.

Members: £10 / Studying member: FREE / Students: £5 / Non-members: £15

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29 May
Mona Lisa and the Flying Machine - linking Art, Science and Technology
Wednesday, May 29, 2019, 5.30-7pm

2019 represents 500 years since the death of Leonardo da Vinci. Martin Kemp, Emeritus Professor in the History of Art at Trinity College, Oxford University is considered one of the world's leading experts on the art of Leonardo da Vinci and has published and broadcast extensively on Leonardo da Vinci and visualisation in art and science.

To commemorate the quincentenary of Leonardo’s death and to highlight the links between Art, Science and Technology, Martin will be visiting Wrexham Glyndŵr University to talk about “Mona Lisa and the Flying Machine”.

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3-14 Jun
Faculty of Arts, Science & Technology Summer Show
Monday 3 - Friday 14 June 2019, 10am - 4pm

The annual show will feature graduate artists, designers, makers and performers presenting their professional works for public display for the first time.

A broad wealth of creativity, skills and expertise will be on show from courses across:

  • Art & Design
  • Architectural Design
  • Computing
  • Media, Humanities & Theatre

11 Jun
'Light Night' Learning Series: Building resilient communities
Tuesday, June 11, 2019, 6-8pm

If you're interested in health and wellbeing and would like to learn more about key challenges in these areas, why not join us for our 'light night' seminar series? The series will be delivered by teaching staff in health, mental health and wellbeing, in informal settings around Wrexham Glyndwr University Plas Coch Campus. The sessions are designed to be stimulating but fun learning experiences for 'light' summer evenings. The topic covered this evening will be: “Building resilient communities”: What do we mean by resilience, and how can we help communities to bounce back when times are tough.

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18 Jun
'Light Night' Learning Series: The health gap
Tuesday, June 18, 2019, 6-8pm

If you're interested in health and wellbeing and would like to learn more about key challenges in these areas, why not join us for our 'light night' seminar series? The series will be delivered by teaching staff in health, mental health and wellbeing, in informal settings around Wrexham Glyndwr University Plas Coch Campus. The sessions are designed to be stimulating but fun learning experiences for 'light' summer evenings. The topic covered this evening will be: “The health gap”: Why inequalities in health effect everyone and what we can do about it.

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25 Jun
Mental Health Masterclass
Tuesday, June 25, 10am - 4pm

If you're interested in mental health and want to know more about the topic or would like to find out about our mental health courses, come along to our Mental Health Masterclass.

In the morning, interactive discussions will take you from Hippocratic times right through to the current era to see how our ideas around mental health and illness have developed. You’ll also be thinking about how these ideas influence our views today and asking the question – what is a mental illness? The afternoon will be dedicated to wellbeing. We will look at what mental wellbeing actually means, exploring the Five Ways to Wellbeing, and think creatively about how we can help individuals and communities to boost their resilience and feel good.

 

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25 Jun
'Light Night' Learning Series: An introduction to arts, creativity and wellbeing
Tuesday, June 25, 2019, 6-8pm

If you're interested in health and wellbeing and would like to learn more about key challenges in these areas, why not join us for our 'light night' seminar series? The series will be delivered by teaching staff in health, mental health and wellbeing, in informal settings around Wrexham Glyndwr University Plas Coch Campus. The sessions are designed to be stimulating but fun learning experiences for 'light' summer evenings. The topic covered this evening will be: “An introduction to arts, creativity and wellbeing”: Why creativity is directly linked to our wellbeing.

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26 Jun
Community Health Development Masterclass
Wednesday, June 26, 2019, 10am-2pm

If you’re interested in developing happier and healthier communities and would like to know more about the topic or find out more about the health and wellbeing courses offered at Wrexham Glyndŵr University, come along to our Community Health Development Masterclass. In the morning you will be introduced to some of the key public health challenges in today’s society, ranging from health inequalities to obesity, and how they play out in a community setting. The afternoon will then build upon the morning session by exploring how health and wellbeing can be promoted in a community setting, discussing innovations such as ‘social prescribing’ and community care hubs.

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2 Jul
'Light Night' Learning Series: Up in the air
Tuesday, July 2, 2019, 6-8pm

If you're interested in health and wellbeing and would like to learn more about key challenges in these areas, why not join us for our 'light night' seminar series? The series will be delivered by teaching staff in health, mental health and wellbeing, in informal settings around Wrexham Glyndwr University Plas Coch Campus. The sessions are designed to be stimulating but fun learning experiences for 'light' summer evenings. The topic covered this evening will be: “Up in the air”: An introduction to air pollution and why it’s a major public health challenge.

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9 Jul
'Light Night' Learning Series: Social prescribing for health and mental health
Tuesday, July 9, 2019, 6-8pm

If you're interested in health and wellbeing and would like to learn more about key challenges in these areas, why not join us for our 'light night' seminar series? The series will be delivered by teaching staff in health, mental health and wellbeing, in informal settings around Wrexham Glyndwr University Plas Coch Campus. The sessions are designed to be stimulating but fun learning experiences for 'light' summer evenings. The topic covered this evening will be: “Social prescribing for health and mental health”: What it is, how it works, and why we need it!

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13-14 July
Ceramic Wales
Saturday, 13th and Sunday 14th July 2019, 10am - 5pm

Come along to this family friendly event to see ceramic displays, demonstrations and lectures “Have a go” workshops, trade stands, live Raku firing, installations and our “Made in Wales” featured exhibition.

With free admission, Ceramic Wales provides an ideal opportunity for you to view the finest ceramic work of around 50 makers, to buy directly from the makers and celebrate the School of Creative Arts’ passion for ceramics and creativity.

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16 Jul
'Light Night' Learning Series: Putting the ‘people’ in public health
Tuesday, July 16, 2019, 6-8pm

If you're interested in health and wellbeing and would like to learn more about key challenges in these areas, why not join us for our 'light night' seminar series? The series will be delivered by teaching staff in health, mental health and wellbeing, in informal settings around Wrexham Glyndwr University Plas Coch Campus. The sessions are designed to be stimulating but fun learning experiences for 'light' summer evenings. The topic covered this evening will be: “Putting the ‘people’ in public health”: Why health is everyone’s business.

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