Darwin Day Celebration Lecture 2019

The School of Psychology proudly presents our annual Darwin Day Celebration Lecture on 2 May 2019.

Understanding Why Children Can Struggle To Learn

Prof Susan Gathercole OBE, University of Cambridge
Darwin Lecture Theatre
Thursday 2 May 2019
7.00-8.30pm (refreshments from 6.00)
All welcome!

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Sue Gathercole is one of Britain’s most eminent Psychologists, and a fellow of the British Academy. She is now  Director of the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit at Cambridge University, where she established the innovative research clinic at the Centre for Attention, Learning and Memory (CALM) in 2014. This clinic has already helped over 800 children suffering from cognitive and behavioural problems.  Come and hear how she does it!

Understanding Why Children Can Struggle To Learn

About the Darwin Day Celebration Lectures

Each year, the University of Central Lancashire hosts an annual Darwin Day Celebration Lecture. The lecture is an important academic event - Darwin Day is a worldwide celebration of science and reason, and the University of Central Lancashire has hosted twelve previous lectures by distinguished academics. The lectures are held in the 450 seat Darwin Lecture Theatre (School of Psychology, Darwin Building). The building was named after Darwin following a vote among academic staff, to honour Darwin's contribution to our understanding of humanity and our place in the Universe.

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