Glyndŵr Talks is delighted to invite you to take part in our new Public Lecture Series that offers an opportunity to showcase the exciting work and innovations of our researchers and bring together academics, partners, and our communities to present and discuss topical subjects.

Lectures are free to attend, but in all cases, tickets must be booked in advanced. Please see each event listing for full details including location, timings and how to book your place. You can catch up on previous talks by visiting our past lectures page.

If you are interested in contributing to Glyndŵr Talks, please contact Frances.Thomason@glyndwr.ac.uk.

Upcoming Lectures

Brochure

Glyndwr Talks Research, Public Lecture Series 2022-2023, Brochure.

Glyndwr Talks Research Brochure Accessible 2022-2023

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Professor Caroline Gray

Can academia add value to SME and large businesses?

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Professor Alison McMillan

Is it too much to ask?

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David Sprake

Climate Change, Russian Gas, and Energy Bills: A Perfect Storm 

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Dr Gareth Carr

Victorian Workers' Housing - The Development of the Bye-Law Terraced House

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Tegan Brierley-Sollis

Surfing the Waves of Compassionate Accountability within Youth Justice Service

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Dr Chelsea Batty

Trauma Cardiac Rehabilitation: Is a Little Encouragement Enough?

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