Sport & Exercise Science

BASES meeting agenda released

baseslogo11th BASES Heads of Department Forum Agenda
Thursday 13 March 2014
Lewis Jones Suite,
Headingley Carnegie Stadium, Leeds.

The 11th BASES Heads of Department Forum, sponsored by Human Kinetics, will take place on Thursday 13 March 2014.

BASES welcomes up to two delegates from each Institution. To reserve your places at the HoD’s Forum please click here

Last year’s event attracted 65 delegates with 40 Universities represented along with colleagues from British Cycling, English Institute of Sport and Sportscotland Institute of Sport also attending ensuring the BASES HoDs Forum provides the most effective source of networking and updating for sport and exercise science Heads of Department.

The full agenda
10.00 Arrival with refreshments
10.15 Welcome and BASES updates Prof Ian Campbell, BASES Chair
10.45 The value of BASES membership Dr Claire Hitchings, BASES Executive Officer
10.55 BASES Accreditation & Chartered Scientist Status: The Pedagogic and Research routes
Kate Mills, BASES Education Officer
11.15 Refreshments and informal networking.
11.45 BASES Strategic Plan 2015 onwards. Prof Ian Campbell, BASES Chair
12.45 How Human Kinetics can help you. Charlotte Hydes, Human Kinetics
12.50 Lunch and informal networking.
1.45 Sport and Exercise Psychology: Professional challenges and potential solutions.
Dr Chris Harwood FBASES, Loughborough University
2.15 Applying for an Athena Swan department award Prof Mary Nevill, Nottingham Trent University
2.30 Refreshments
2.45 BUES: Why do it? Prof Neil Fowler, Manchester Metropolitan University
3.05 Public engagement: What’s the point for a sport and exercise sciences department?
Dr Zoe Knowles FBASES, Liverpool John Moores University
3.45 Closure of the forum and depart Prof Ian Campbell, BASES Chair

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