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September 25: Joseph Pearce to talk on Catholicism of "The Hobbit" and "Lord of the Rings"

Please click the flyer for details of a talk coming up on September 25, 2016 at Assumption Grotto.  Joseph Pearce will talk on “The Catholicism of ‘The Hobbit’ and ‘The Lord of the Rings'” 18 more words


New Scholars Committee - Publication Mentoring Workshop

Call for Proposals: Proposal Submission Deadline: October 1, 2016

Purpose of the Workshop

The New Scholars Publication Mentoring Workshop (NSPMW) is a unique opportunity for final stage and recent Ph.D. 739 more words


EditorsWA Winter Seminar: Sex, lies and editing

On 13 August 2016, I attended and spoke at the annual Winter Seminar, held by EditorsWA, the Western Australian branch of IPEd, the national professional association for editors. 773 more words


Poetry by and for patients with cancer: 29th September Updates on Cancer

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Keynote speaker Wendy French will discuss her Poet-in-Residency year at the UCLH MacMillan Cancer Centre at a one-day meeting on Updates on Cancer to be held on 29th September at the Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London, organised by the FPM. 256 more words


Fields Medallist to talk at Lincoln’s inaugural maths conference

An eminent mathematician who has won the Fields Medal – often referred to as the ‘Nobel Prize of mathematics’ – will speak at the University of Lincoln, UK, as part of its… 350 more words


A Slammin’ Good Time at #ata57

For all our camaraderie, we translators rarely have the opportunity to get a glimpse of each other’s work. But at this year’s ATA conference, two translators will display their efforts for all the world to see. 416 more words


Trends Revolutionizing Today's Conferences

Corporate events are changing just as much as special events are.  Today’s corporations are looking for exciting experiences for attendees.  From destination themed events to cutting edge decor, companies are creating unique experiences that go above and beyond your everyday event. 309 more words