The Great Hall Lecture Series
Here at Scarisbrick Hall we seek to offer our students unique and exciting opportunities to further their desire and passion for learning. The Great Hall Lecture Series gives our students a taste of a higher education lecture across a range of subjects including History, Linguistics and Science. We invite leading academics and professionals to talk about their specialist areas of expertise, bringing a wealth of experience and knowledge to our classroom.
Dr Eloise Moss – Why does history matter and what do historians do?
University of Manchester lecturer Eloise Moss shared her expertise on the detective work of history, before delving into how research is completed and the role history provides to our society.
Dr. Javier Garcia Oliva – Human Rights in the UK
University of Manchester lecturer Dr Javier Garcia Oliva reflected on the importance of human rights, along with how we should work together with other nations.
Dr Adrian Woolf – Stem Cell Technology
University of Manchester lecturer and honorary consultant in Paediatric Nephrology at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, Adrian Woolf shared how stem cell technology can be used for regenerative medicine therapies.