23
Feb
2011

Kiss of life or the kiss of death? - Professor Malcolm Woolard

On Monday 21 February, Malcolm Woollard, Professor of Pre-hospital and Emergency Care from the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences at Coventry University, gave a Professorial Lecture about the use of the ‘kiss of life’ and why some experts in 1998 controversially recommended that mouth-to-mouth training be removed from public classes.

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7
Feb
2011

Gill Furze - Biomedical vs. Biopsychosocial treatments: The example of Angina

Gill Furze is Professor of Adult Nursing and Health Care at Coventry University. To find out more about upcoming Professorial Lectures please visit http://wwwm.coventry.ac.uk/researchnet/events/lectures/Pages/ProfessorialLecutures.aspx

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20
Jan
2011

Reducing Carbon Emissions- Can the Automobile make a positive contribution? Professor Peter White

Professor Peter White of Coventry University discusses carbon emission reduction, with a focus on the automobile.
Topics raised in the lecture include technical innovation, alternative fuels and consumer attitudes towards motoring.

Part of the Coventry University professorial lectures series. To find out about upcoming lectures, please visit: http://wwwm.coventry.ac.uk/researchnet/events/lectures/Pages/ProfessorialLecutures.aspx

10
Dec
2010

Prof. Keith Popplewell - Sharing enterprise knowledge to collaborate

Prof. Keith Popplewell, Jaguar Cars Professor of Engineering Manufacture and Management. gives a lecture entitled Sharing enterprise knowledge to collaborate - A competitive strategy for SME's. This lecture was part of the Coventry University Professorial lecture series.

To find out more please visit Coventry University

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22
Oct
2010

Neil Forbes - Defenders of Democracy?

Neil Forbes, Professor of International History gives a lecture entitled Defenders of Democracy? (Big business, ideological crisis and war, 1931-1940) as part of the University’s Professorial Lecture Series.

To find out more about upcoming Professorial Lectures please visit http://wwwm.coventry.ac.uk/ProfessorialLecutures

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26
May
2010

How can we get people to walk more? - Professor David French

David French is Professor of Health Psychology in the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences in Coventry University.

In this talk he discusses the health benefits of helping people to be more active through walking and the way that health psychology interventions can dramatically improve the amount of walking that people do.

Please visit http://www.coventry.ac.uk/hli to find out more about research into Health and Lifestyle Interventions at Coventry University.

19
Feb
2010

The Internet and Social Change in China - Professor Alan Hunter

Alan Hunter is Professor of Asian Studies at Coventry University. In this talk he discusses the social, cultural and political impact that the internet has had on China- exploring a number of interesting case studies of web-enabled activism within the People's Republic.

To find out more about Professor Alan Hunter's work you can visit the Centre for Peace and Reconciliation Studies at Coventry University http://www.coventry.ac.uk/peacestudy

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1
Feb
2010

The Chinese are Coming…. - Professor Tom Donnelly

Professor Tom Donnelly is from the Applied Research Centre Sustainable Regeneration (SURGE) at Coventry University.

In this talk he discusses the growing influence of China in the Automotive Industry and describes some of the barriers that Chinese industry needs to overcome in order to become a global player.

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22
Jan
2010

Weapons of Maths Instruction - Professor Huw Williams

From the Coventry University Professorial lecture series Huw Williams gives a lecture on Mathematics entitled 'Weapons of Maths Instruction'.

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12
Nov
2009

Learning by Osmosis and from Trucktrain: a Messy Engineering Career - Peter Foyer

Peter Foyer is a Visiting Professor in the Principles of Engineering Design at Coventry University.

In this lecture he talks about his long and varied career in Engineering Consultancy and Education. Including the work he has been doing on the Trucktrain project.

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