Centre for Educational Research seminar series 2022-23



Next month, the Centre for Educational Research (CERES) seminar series kicks off with two online events taking place every month from October through to May.

The first event is on Wednesday 5 October, 6pm to 7pm, with speaker Dr Michelle Meadows (Oxford University). Her talk is titled ‘How resilient is England’s qualification system? Crises, failures and storms in teacups. What can be done?’. Book your place using Eventbrite.

Find out more about the upcoming seminars.

Anyone with a query can get in touch with the series organiser Dr Craig Hammond via email.

About the Centre for Educational Research (CERES)

The Centre was established in 2004 and has an extensive record of conducting educational research that has been influential locally, nationally and internationally.

CERES currently has 80 members consisting of LJMU Core, Associate, Postgraduate and external Affiliate members, and welcomes Affiliate membership applications from external academic organisations, staff and research students.

More about the Centre for Educational Research (CERES).


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