1 2 3 17
Posts
By James Byron-Daniel and Manuela Teti (UWE MSc Sport and Exercise Psychology graduate) What is sport psychology?  Sport psychology is a broad subject, covering such things as the enhancement of athlete performance, dealing with pressure, (More)
On Monday 25 February, researchers came from across UWE Bristol to present their project ideas as part of the Vice Chancellors Interdisciplinary Research Challenge Fund. This diverse group covered a variety of areas, from the emerging markets in br (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Professional Development Awards
UWE Bristol Professional Development Awards (PDA) offers you the opportunity to build your own degree using previous qualifications and experience, as well as new learning. With a focus on work-based learning, the flexible structure allows you to ta (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Scale Up For Growth (S4G): Scale up support for your business
Scale Up For Growth (S4G) is a new programme offering grant funding and workshops to businesses in the West of England with ambitions to grow, expand and scale. £800,000 of funding is available with grants from £10,000 to £40,000 for busines (More)
By Charlotte R. Pennington In everyday life, you will be asked to report your attitudes and opinions towards a whole host of different things.  When buying a TV, you may be asked retrospectively to provide ratings of the product, or even the (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Facebook Usage and Mental Health
Originally posted on the Bristol Leadership and Change Centre blog here. Dr Guru Prabhakar’s co-authored paper has been published in the International Journal of Information Management (Impact F (More)
By Nicola Holt “I am happy to be alive as long as I can paint.” Frida Kahlo, artist “To write poetry is to be alive.” Rainer Maria Rilke, poet The therapeutic role of the arts in fostering healing, growth, well-being and emotional (More)
In December 2018, visiting scholar  Dr Windell Nortje from the University of the Western Cape in South Africa spent two weeks at the Bristol Law School. Below he shares his reflections of the visit:  Guest blog by Dr Windell Nortje I visited (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Case Study: Empowering women through mentoring
Over the next few weeks we will be sharing some case studies of our academic research from across the Bristol Business School. This case study looks at Professor Sue Durbin and  Empowering women through mentoring. Written by Jeremy Allen: In (More)
On Wednesday 5 December 2018 UWE Bristol hosted the first annual Criminal Justice Research Unit lecture on the topic “The disclosure crisis: A suspect and practitioner perspective.” The event was organised and chaired by Dr Tom Smithand Dr Ed J (More)
1 2 3 17