Maureen McCulloch, a former chartered accountant who is now a senior lecturer in Accounting in the Business School talks on why business and organisational studies are so neglected by universities and other education institutions.
Change your spots with @VaughanCoop spring series of counselling and self-awareness workshops
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Leicester Vaughan College is pleased to give notice of its third Annual General Meeting to be held on Thursday, 21 January 2021 at 6pm. It will be held online this year. As well as the standard formal business of electing
First number: Learning in a time of containment In recent weeks much of the restrictions and features of late capitalism have collapsed. Global supply chains are at breaking point. International mobility has been restricted. The British state is paying the
In line with more stringent government measures, the Leicester Adult Skills and Learning building is closed for the foreseeable future. This also means our office is closed. Our email and telephone will still be answered, but mail will not
Leicester Vaughan College is aware of the threat of COVID-19 and is actively monitoring the situation in relation to our workshops and events. Due to Easter there is no Open Research Forum in April. It seems likely that there will
Our topic for the February Vaughan Open Research Forum is “Womanly wickedness in West Midland medieval wall paintings: picking titles and communicating research in Coventry and Stratford-upon-Avon”. Are they ale wives or wanton women? Should we call the figure in that painting ‘the whore
Have you ever thought about training to be a counsellor? If you’re thinking of signing up for a counselling course, come and hear counsellor Catherine Drury, ex-Vaughan student, talk about her personal experience of counselling training. The forum will take
Professor Andrew Colman will be delivering our next Open Research Forum on 12 March 2019. Professor Colman has given expert psychological witness in a number of murder trials, four of which will be discussed in this talk. Two were mob murders