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Past Inaugural and Professorial Lectures

Every year Cardiff Metropolitan University hosts a series of inaugural lectures delivered by Professors newly appointed to the University. This provides our new Professors with an opportunity to share their research with a broad audience, including members of the public, in the presence of family, invited friends and colleagues.

All lectures are open to the public and free to attend. Below is a list of lectures which took place during 2017/18:

Oxygen – Too much of a good thing!

Professor Philip E. James - Cardiff School of Sport & Health Sciences
Wednesday 31st January 2018
5.45pm for 6pm start 
Lecture Theatre O1.01, Cardiff School of Management Building, Llandaff Campus​ 

5 in 1,000,000: How safe is our food?

Professor David Lloyd - Cardiff School of Sport & Health Sciences
Wednesday 7th March 2018
5.45pm for 6pm start 
Lecture Theatre O1.01, Cardiff School of Management Building, Llandaff Campus​ 

Injury: A road to recovery

Professor Lynne Evans - Cardiff School of Sport & Health Sciences
Wednesday 25th April 2018
5.45pm for 6pm start 
Lecture Theatre O1.01, Cardiff School of Management Building, Llandaff Campus​ 

The Future of UK Manufacturing - Supply Chain Strategies for Securing Growth​

Professor Andrew Thomas - Cardiff School of Management
Wednesday 8th F​ebruary 2017
5.45pm for 6pm start 
Lecture Theatre O1.01, Cardiff School of Management Building, Llandaff Campus​ 

Hearts in the Fire, Heads in the Fridge! Stress, Coping and Wellbeing in Elite Sport

 

Professor Stephen Mellalieu - Cardiff School of Sport
Wednesday 15th March 2017​
5.45pm for 6pm start 
Lecture Theatre O1.01, Cardiff School of Management Building, Llandaff Campus​