University of Bath

Inaugural lecture series 2016-17 in Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences

Come and hear four senior academic staff from across the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences in this year's inaugural lecture series.

Attendees watching Stephen Gough present his inaugural lecture.
Professor Stephen Gough presenting his inaugural lecture.

Rise of the phoenix: the science of exercise rehabilitation

Date and time: Thursday 2 February 2017, 6:15-7:15pm

Location: The Chancellors’ Building Lecture Theatre 2.6

Professor James Bilzon explained his new research examining adaptation to exercise rehabilitation.

Big impacts in rugby union: tackling safety with science

Date and time: Wednesday 22 March 2017, 6:15-7:15pm

Location: The Chancellors’ Building Lecture Theatre 2.6

With support from top UK rugby bodies, Professor Keith Stokes tackles rugby safety head on with science.

The science of human values: why they explain nothing and everything

Date and time: Thursday 27 April 2017, 6:15-7:15pm

Location: 10 West 2.47

Bath's new Head of Psychology, Professor Greg Maio, shares his passion for values and subsequent behaviour. View summary of this event

For tickets contact Caroline Ransford.

China and the rise of the East: the role of globalised higher education

Date and time: Thursday 11 May 2017

With many from the East studying at Bath, Professor Catherine Montgomery looks at the future of global higher education. View summary of this event.

For tickets contact Rebecca Wise.