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Doctoral students, Café Academique is back!

Café Academique is back!!

The Graduate School is pleased to announce the return of Café Academique; a unique, popular, social and educational event for Loughborough's doctoral students to share and discuss their research in a relaxed and informal setting whilst enjoying a free buffet meal with a range of drinks!

The first Café Academique of 2017 is scheduled for Wednesday 15th March, 5-7pm. We have four speakers who have put themselves forward to communicate their research enthusiastically for 10 minutes to a supportive, multi-disciplinary crowd:

*Oliver Hooper - "How to be healthy: Perspectives from young people" (School of Sports, Exercise & Health Sciences)
*Steve Hinsley - "Stuff Logistics! Effective and Efficient Preparation for the Unforeseeable" (Wolfson School of Mechanical, electrical and Manufacturing Engineering
*Gaby Wolferink - "It doesn't look like anything to me - the Digital Job Searching Maze wasn't meant for you..." (School of Business & Economics)
*Sven Hoekstra - "Why exercise might not be the only way to stay healthy" (School of Sports, Exercise & Health Sciences)

We are delighted that Professor Paul Wood, from the School of Social, Political & Geographical Sciences, will be chairing the event.

Want to be part of the audience?

To book your place to attend Café Academique in Loughborough OR to book your place to attend the live streaming of Café Academique at the London Campus with the Director of the Graduate School please do so via LEARN.

A buffet meal and drinks will also be provided to those in London and the opportunity to ask questions made available via Twitter/Skype.

Want to present at a future Café Academique? Please get in touch with Katryna Kalawsky via email and provide the following information:

*Name
*School/Dept.
*Year of study
*An attention/interest sparking title
*A brief description of your research (consider what, why, how, what, so what)

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Wednesday, 8 March 2017 at 15:57 GMT
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