HG19, Hatchcroft, Hendon campus
The 2012-13 series of Inaugural Lectures will showcase the widening breadth and depth of expertise at Middlesex. Staff can find out more about the series on the Inaugural Lectures page of the intranet (VPN access required).
Professor Nic James
Professor Nic James BA, PGCE (PE), PhD, FHEA is Professor of Sport and Exercise Science. He was awarded a SERC studentship in the School of Psychology at Cardiff University and completed a PhD in field studies of fault-finding. At Swansea University he was awarded a lectureship to help set up a new BSc Sports Science course and became a National Coach in Squash. His work in the field of performance analysis led to senior academic posts at Cardiff Metropolitan University and invitations to give key note presentations at 14 conferences around the world.
Nic is currently Chair of the International Society of Performance Analysis of Sport and an academic consultant for the English Institute of Sport. He is on the editorial board of the International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching, Annual Review of Golf Coaching, International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport, Serbian Journal of Sports Science and the Graduate Journal of Sport, Exercise & Physical Education Research.
A degree in what? Evolving a passion for sport into an academic career
The lecture will plot the evolution of a young boy who wants to be a professional football player into a senior academic who works with, and trains sports scientists to work for professional sports teams. Adhering to the ethos 'work hard, play hard' the lecture will explore how his experiences of playing and coaching sport have impacted on his research career.
Please register your attendance by emailing HESLO@mdx.ac.uk by 17 May 2013.
Dr Brennan from Middlesex University's Business School presents on the circular economy concept.
A seminar presenting findings from a comprehensive survey of alcohol issues conducted in 19 European countries.
The psychology department welcomes guest speaker, Amy Woy (University of Westminster) to present her research seminar on music and memory.