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Student Conference Developing Your Personal Professionalism

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Student Conference : 

run by students for students on the theme of

 

Developing Personal Professionalism

 

Wednesday March 16th  2.00-4.00pm

Griffiths Lecture Theatre, Lecture Theatre Block

 

Format:

1) Four short presentations : What being professional means to me. Level 3 students shortlisted for Student of the Year Award 

2) ‘Any Questions’ student panel. How does professional training help you develop your professionalism?

3) Presentation: Guide to What Being Professional Means - based on students experiences of what being professional means

 

Speakers and panel members

David Sendall Dept Music and Sound Recording (Winner 2011 SoY Award)

Rachel Palmer Dept Biosciences (Runner up 2011 SoY Award)

David Curran  Dept Mech, Med & Aero Engineering (Runner up 2011 SoY Award)

Richard Bale Dept of Physics (Nominated 2011 SoY Award)

 

Other panel members (Student of the Year Finalists)

Wilson Wong (FML Law)

Lucy Butterworth (FHMS Psychology)

Tom Rice (FEPS Computing)

 

And

Sarah Campbell (pg Psychology:  author of the Guide to Personal Professionalism)

 

 

Speakers

David Sendall Dept Music and Sound Recording (Winner 2011 SoY Award)

POWERPOINT SLIDES

VIDEO PRESENTATION

 

Rachel Palmer Dept Biosciences (Runner up 2011 SoY Award)

POWERPOINT SLIDES

VIDEO PRESENTATION

 

David Curran  Dept Mech, Med & Aero Engineering (Runner up 2011 SoY Award)

POWERPOINT SLIDES

VIDEO PRESENTATION

 

Richard Bale Dept of Physics (Nominated 2011 SoY Award)

POWERPOINT SLIDES

VIDEO PRESENTATION

 

Sarah Campbell (pg Psychology:  author of the Guide to Personal Professionalism)

POWERPOINT SLIDES

VIDEO PRESENTATION

 

Student of the Year Panel Question and Answer Session

 

 

 

 

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