You will need to be able to commit to one morning of testing from 8.30am to 1pm.
YOU MUST NOT HAVE TAKEN PART IN THIS STUDY BEFORE.
a) 18 to 30 years of age
c) Body Mass Index <25 d) First language English e) No food allergies/ intolerances f) No high/low blood pressure If you are interested in taking part in this study, please contact Alecia at firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest and to receive more information.
Student Communications Coordinator Thursday March 31st, 2016
My name is Dr Samantha Buxton and I work in the School of Management. I am conducting research into the ethical beliefs and determinants of people at Higher Education Institute’s (HEI’s), such as Swansea University.
It would be greatly appreciated if you could fill in the questionnaire via the link below. The questionnaire will first ask for some basic non-identifying demographic information. You will then be presented with a variety of scenarios. You will be asked your opinion on all of these. For some you will be asked as to how much you agree or disagree with a statement. For other questions you will be asked whether or not you think the statement is wrong.
There are no incorrect answers and you may withdraw from answering the questionnaire at any point. All data collected will be anonymous and you will not be asked to identify yourself. The questionnaire will take no more than 10 minutes to complete.
Perfect to do when you have a coffee break or time between lectures!
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact email@example.com
Thank you for your participation.
Do you require these for your examinations? By ‘special examination provisions’ we are referring to support such as extra time. If so, now is the time to act. It is a student’s responsibility to request special arrangements for the forthcoming exams by: 12pm on Friday 15th April 2016 for Semester two exams.
If you have not contacted the Disability Office previously about your exam arrangements this is what you need to do:
• Make an appointment to see a Disability Office caseworker. You can do this by going to MyUni Hub either by calling into Singleton Hub in the Stable Block, Singleton Abbey, Park campus or Bay Hub in the Tower Information Centre, Bay campus. Alternatively you can call (01792) 606000 to make an appointment or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
• Bring supporting evidence of your special exam requirements to the appointment – this can include medical reports, educational psychologist reports and assessment of needs reports. Please note that without supporting evidence we will not be able to make suitable arrangements for you. If you are already known to the Disability Office and have been to see us to go through your exam support then all you need to do is contact the Examinations Office to confirm your provisions.
Please be aware that if you do not contact the Examinations Office prior to your exams starting, provisions will not be made. Appointments to meet with one of the Examinations team can be made by either calling into Singleton Hub in the Stable Block, Singleton Abbey, Park campus or Bay Hub in the Tower Information Centre, Bay campus, or call 01792 602164 between 9am and 4pm, or email email@example.com.
If you do not meet their deadline and have to sit your exams under standard conditions, you will need to contact your department for further advice on whether this can be considered. If you have any emotional or mental health difficulty, we would recommend that you contact the Wellbeing Service to discuss your examination support.
The Wellbeing service can be contacted on 01792 295592 or by email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Finally, the University has a policy whereby students with Specific Learning Difficulties e.g. dyslexia, dyspraxia can chose to have their examination booklets identified by means of a stamp, sticker or other alternative so that consideration for spelling, grammar and punctuation etcetera may be considered.
If this applies to you, please contact the Examinations Office for further details. The Disability Office would like to wish you every success with your forthcoming examinations.
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Two great films this week – the Oscar-winning Room (15), and Star Men (PG) – about four ageing astronomers looking back at their achievements in a beautiful Wild West setting. Plus a live stream of Giselle from Royal Opera House.
Contact Email :firstname.lastname@example.org
The 100th Theology Public Lecture in the Series – Diplomacy and Dialogue amidst Conflict
7pm Thursday, 7 April 2016
Entertainment from 6pm
The Great Hall, Swansea University Bay Campus
This lecture will be delivered in the English language.
Everyone is welcome and admission is free
For more information about Swansea University’s Public lectures, please visit: events.swansea.ac.ukDiplomacy and Dialogue amidst Conflict- The Most Reverend Paul Richard Gallagher(The Vatican’s Foreign Minister) Diplomacy and Dialogue amidst Conflict- The Most Reverend Paul Richard Gallagher(The Vatican’s Foreign Minister)
Student Communications Coordinator Wednesday March 30th, 2016
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