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Fraud and Corruption in Business
Chris will talk about fraud within business and how, as a forensic accountant, his work sees him involved across a range of commercial activities. His presentation will draw on actual cases, what was involved and steps taken to flush out and resolve such occurrences.
CeASR Seminar- Resegregating Northern California
Speaker: Dr Alex Schafran, School of Geography, University of Leeds
CeASR Seminar- Sustainable Development in Zimbabwe
Speaker: Livison Chipatiso (Programme Officer for CAFOD Zimbabwe)
PsyCen Seminar- Toilets, Gender and Queer Crip Politics
Speaker: Dr. Jen Slater, Sheffield Hallam University
CarnegieXchange - Thinking in circles; systems thinking and systems science
Taking a whole systems approach seems to be the current buzz phrase. Dr Duncan Radley discusses, what exactly does it mean? What does it entail? And can it be used to solve today’s big societal challenges such as poverty, homelessness and obesity?
Lessons from the Frontline – Public Engagement and Local Health Systems
Professorial Inaugural Lecture for Mark Gamsu