Events

January 20, 1995

POSITIVE LIVES An exhibition documenting how HIV has changed all our lives will be held at the Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre, University of Warwick, until February 11. The exhibition, the culmination of a three-year collaboration between the Terrence Higgins Trust and Network Photographers, is divided into chapters, each exploring the individual and social responses. (Monday-Friday 12 noon to 8pm, Saturday 10am-8pm). Details: Amanda Cornis. Tel, 01203 523804.

ROMEO AND JULIET The University of Exeter's student theatre is staging Romeo and Juliet at the Northcott Theatre, January 31-February 4. Tickets are available from Exeter Arts Booking and Information Centre, Princesshay, Exeter (tel, 211080).

EDI CONFERENCE An Education Sector Interest Section Conference has been arranged on February 1 and will be held at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham (9am-4.20pm). Details: The EDI Association, 148 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 9TR. Tel, 0171 824 8848 or fax 824 8114.

TEACHING EXCELLENCE The Staff and Educational Development Association has organised two seminars: February 3 -- "Promoting Excellent Teachers" is intended for staff who may be considering using evidence of their teaching and pedagogic skills to support a case for promotion and for those scrutinising evidence on appointment boards -- seminar coordinator, Alan Jenkins, Educational Methods Unit, Oxford Brookes University.

February 24 -- "Using Course Design to make the most of Resource Based Learning" will look at the ways resource-based learning can be used in design and delivery of courses -- course coordinator, James Wisdom, Educational Development and Support Service, London Guildhall University.

Both seminars will be held at the James Leicester Hall, University of North London, Market Road, N7. Details: Lesley Williams, Teaching and Learning Support Service, Kingston University, 21 Eden Street, Kingston, KT1 1BL. Tel, 081 547 2000 ext.3042; fax 7093.

PRESS IN EUROPE A one-day conference on the press will be held at City University on February 4. It will consider the following themes: press and eastern Europe; the press as a business; content and news values; press and culture, press control and regulation. Details: Michael Bromley, Department of Journalism, City University, Northampton Square, London EC1V 0HB. Tel, 071 477 8221/8234 or fax 8594.

LAWYER OR ACADEMIC "Today's Law Teachers: Lawyer or Academic?", a conference to look at the practical and policy implications of the findings of Anglia Polytechnic University and the Association of Law Teachers Survey will be held on February 3, 10am-4pm at the London Business School, Regents Park, London. Details: Nicola Whatley at Anglia Polytechnic University, Victoria Road South, Chelmsford, CM1 1LL. Tel, 0245 493131 ext.3201.

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