Events

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Nov
25
Sat
Lampeter Christmas Fayre @ Lampeter Campus, Arts Hall
Nov 25 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Stalls – Arts & Crafts – Exhibitions Santa’s Grotto from 1pm to 3pm – £2

The is an excellent opportunity to buy unique Christmas gifts by local craftspeople and producers including a range of local artisan food produce.

Father Christmas will be there to greet children as well as a range of activities to keep them entertained for the afternoon.

Nov
27
Mon
Lecture: Muslim RE teachers and Religious Education: balancing personal faith and professional responsibilities @ Founders Library
Nov 27 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

“Muslim RE teachers and Religious Education: balancing personal faith and professional responsibilities”

Mr Matthew Vince, Jameel Scholar at Cardiff University

Founders Library, Lampeter campus @ 5-6 pm

 

Part of the weekly Harmony Interfaith Lecture Series, inviting prominent academics to Lampeter to engage with contemporary interfaith, interreligious, and theological issues.

Supported by the Professional Doctorate in Interfaith Studies programme, these talks are open to all and are aimed at people of all faiths and of none.

Nov
30
Thu
Que Viva Puerto Rico @ Peppermint, Swansea
Nov 30 @ 7:30 pm – Dec 1 @ 12:00 am
Join the world effort to aid Puerto Rico in its efforts to rebuild after Hurricane María.
Come join us for a fundraising fiesta with dancing, raffles, special drinks, latin beats and so much more! 
When: 
30 November 7:30pm
Where: Peppermint Bar Swansea

On 20 September, a category 4 hurricane devastated Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. Two months later, a huge proportion of the island is without power or running water, and still need basic necessities. All the major cities are showing support, and Swansea will not stay behind in helping #rebuildpuertorico

Wristbands are now for sale. Really great way to show support -get one even if you are not able to attend.


Students only price: £3 Pre-sale here or
 £5 at the door or reserve them through the SU.
[General admission: £5 Pre-Sale here 
/ £7 at the door]

We will also be launching a special commission CD from UWSTD Music Technology and displaying an exhibition of Puerto Rican photographers curated by UWTSD Photojournalism.


All for a great cause! 

Funds raised will go towards Hurricane Relief for Puerto Rico
Dec
3
Sun
Vice-Chancellor’s Christmas Concert @ University Chapel
Dec 3 @ 7:30 pm
Dec
4
Mon
Lecture: The Rise of the Techno-human: Belief, Adventures, Challenges and Choices @ Founders Library
Dec 4 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

“The Rise of the Techno-human: Belief, Adventures, Challenges and Choices”

by Professor Sean O’Callaghan, Professor of Religious and Theological Studies, Salve Regina University

Founders Library, Lampeter campus @ 5-6 pm

Part of the weekly Harmony Interfaith Lecture Series, inviting prominent academics to Lampeter to engage with contemporary interfaith, interreligious, and theological issues.

Supported by the Professional Doctorate in Interfaith Studies programme, these talks are open to all and are aimed at people of all faiths and of none.

Dec
7
Thu
Pizza with a Pro: Facebook Advertising and Analytics with Austin Walters @ Creative Bubble
Dec 7 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Digital marketing expert Austin Walters is joining us for ‘Pizza with a Pro’ to talk to us about Facebook advertising and analytics.

This is an intermediate session for people who are already familiar with Facebook but want to know how to effectively set up paid advertising campaigns and how to use analytics to evaluate the effectiveness of their advertisement.

And there’s free pizza!

This session is suitable for students from all disciplines but do email amanda.hughes@uwtsd.ac.uk for a place (very limited places available). If you sign up and are unable to attend, please let us know as there will be a waiting list for this event.

Dec
11
Mon
Lecture: Method and Practice in Comparative Theology: Critical Perspective @ Founders Library
Dec 11 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

“Method and Practice in Comparative Theology: Critical Perspective”

by Professor Paul Hedges, Professor of Interreligious Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Founders Library, Lampeter campus @ 5-6 pm

Part of the weekly Harmony Interfaith Lecture Series, inviting prominent academics to Lampeter to engage with contemporary interfaith, interreligious, and theological issues.

Supported by the Professional Doctorate in Interfaith Studies programme, these talks are open to all and are aimed at people of all faiths and of none.

Feb
12
Mon
‘Political Poetry and Marcher Lordship in the Wars of the Roses’ @ Founders' Library
Feb 12 @ 5:15 pm

Faculty of Humanities and Performing Arts Research Lecture Series 2017-2018

Learned Society of Wales Annual Lecture
Prof. Helen Fulton (University of Bristol)
‘Political Poetry and Marcher Lordship in the Wars of the Roses’

Mar
12
Mon
‘Trust, truth and belief: dialogues between Greeks and early Christians about proper divine-human relationships’ @ Founders' Library
Mar 12 @ 5:15 pm

Faculty of Humanities and Performing Arts Research Lecture Series 2017-2018

Roderic Bowen Library and Archives Annual Lecture
Prof. Teresa Morgan (Oriel College, Oxford)
‘Trust, truth and belief: dialogues between Greeks and early Christians about proper divine-human relationships’