Photos: Salford Museum and Art Gallery, Peel Park, and Salford Lowry courtesy of WikiMedia Commons
Registration is now open.
To register and pay the conference fee please link here.
Members of staff and students at the University of Salford wishing to attend the Conference, should request arrangement of registration through the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Main Conference at the University of Salford – Wednesday 6 July 2011 – Friday 8 July 2011
The Education in a Changing Environment 6th International Conference will be held at the University of Salford in the Mary Seacole Building. The Mary Seacole Building is located on the Frederick Road Campus. The £22 million, purpose-built building next to Salford Crescent station was built in 2006 and houses students of nursing, midwifery, physiotherapy, sport, radiography, social work and complementary medicine.
This five-storey building includes a large, glass-walled entrance hall, offices and classrooms as well as the main lecture theatre. The theatre seats 300 delegates and is designed to the most modern standards as well as having excellent audio visual facilities.
Welcome Reception at Salford Museum & Art Gallery – Wednesday 6th July 2011
Join us for welcome drinks in the Lifetimes Gallery at Salford Museum & Art Gallery.
Telling the fascinating story of Salford over the last 200 years and focusing on real people and real events, LifeTimes offers an opportunity to celebrate Salford’s social and industrial heritage through its changing exhibition programme.
Please visit the Lifetime Gallery website for further information.
Conference Dinner at the Lowry Centre – Thursday 7th July 2011
The Conference Dinner will be held in the Compass Room at The Lowry. Set in a magnificent waterside location at the heart of the redeveloped Salford Quays, The Lowry is an architectural flagship with a unique and dynamic identity. Rising from the regenerated docklands, it is a welcoming building, designed to reflect the surrounding landscapes and flourishing waterways, in its glass and metallic surfaces.
On the 4th floor of the Lowry, the stunning, circular Compass Room stands proud. The panoramic views of the Quays, MediaCityUK and the Manchester skyline from the Compass Room’s own private balcony adds the wow factor to any event. Please visit: The Lowry website for more information.
We have set up a facility here for delegates to book accommodation for the duration of the conference. This is a straightforward process with a wide variety of accommodation to choose from: from Manchester’s modern Youth Hostel to its prestigious 5- star hotels. Rooms have been obtained for the Conference at discounted rates so why not take advantage of this: stay longer and enjoy some of the fabulous offerings that Manchester and the North West of England have to offer.
For more information on Manchester and the surrounding areas then please visit their website.