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  • Anti-virus Protection Improvement

    Please be aware University IT are implementing an update to improve the level of anti-virus protection.  While no impact to usability is expected, if you do experience any desktop or laptop issues, please contact the IT User Support Help Desk by emailing usersupport@surrey.ac.uk or calling 01483 689898

  • Phishing email warning - 'Last Warning'

    You may have recently received a phishing email titled ‘Last Warning’. Please be aware that this is a spoof email, University IT would under no circumstances request you to provide your account details in this way.


    If you receive emails requesting your username and password they should be immediately deleted as they have not been generated by University IT. If you have clicked on the link and provided your account details you must reset your password immediately.


    Instructions and a link to change your password can be obtained by visiting the University IT web pages and clicking “Password Changer” under the Quick Links section or by contacting the User Support Help Desk by phone on: 01483 689898 or email: usersupport@surrey.ac.uk.


    If you have clicked on the link and provided your account details it is essential that you contact usersupport@surrey.ac.uk for further advice.

  • Surrey Marrow event – Thursday 27 November

    Every 20 minutes someone in the UK is diagnosed with a blood cancer such as leukaemia, but you could help cure them.  If you're aged 16 - 30, please spare ten minutes of your time to join the stem cell donor register this Thursday. You could go on to be a match, donate your stem cells and potentially save a life.

    Surrey Marrow is the University’s student branch of blood cancer charity and bone marrow register Anthony Nolan.

    Joey has Diamond Blackfan Anaemia and needs a bone marrow transplant to save his life. This week Surrey Marrow hopes to sign up as many potential donors for Joey as possible and need your help!

    It’s a simple process which involves filling in a quick form and providing a small saliva sample. Once on the register, if you are found as a match for someone, you can donate your stem cells in a process which is similar to giving blood.

    The event will run in Rubix, 10am - 5pm on Thursday 27 November.

    For more information please email surrey@ukmarrow.org, follow Surrey Marrow on Facebook, or tweet them @Surrey_Marrow.
     

Event Calendar

  • NVivo Advanced Support Workshop (1 day)

    19 December 2014

    This workshop is for researchers who have previously attended an introductory training workshop in NVivo and/or who have been using the software for a real project for some time. It is not an introductory workshop, but designed as a refresher to help researchers get going with their own data or to move on beyond the basic tasks, for those who have already started working with the software.

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  • Mixed Methods using MAXQDA

    8 January 2015
    Over the last decade, mixed methods approaches have become more and more popular all around the world. These approaches have been adopted in different disciplines like sociology, anthropology, education, general medicine, etc. However, confusing terms are often used. For instance: What is the difference between mixed methods, triangulation, data integration, and data combination? The workshop will try to clarify this subject and focusses on the characteristics of the different methodologies. It starts with an orienting overview and then discusses how mixed methods approaches can be realized using MAXQDA.

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  • CES SEMINAR - ECOLOGICAL FINANCE

    8 January 2015
    Steve will outline how the capital markets currently work, why they undermine sustainable development, why it is in our financial interests that this changes, and how the markets could be changed so that they capitalise a green economy. For further information please click here.

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