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Tuesday 12 July 2016
12:00 Symposium Registration Opens in Weston Building Foyer
16:00 Interactive opening activity with Professor Nadarajah Sriskandarajah
18:30 Dinner in QMH Dining Hall (for those delegates who have booked accommodation package)
19:45 Cèilidh (traditional country dancing) upstairs in QMH Dining Hall (cash bar will be open)
Wednesday 13 July 2016
09:00 Welcome to IFSA Symposium 2016 (Weston Lecture Theatre)
  • Dr Andy Wilcox (IFSA President 2014-16)
  • Dr David Llewellyn (Vice Chancellor of HAU)
09:15 Plenary session 1 (Professor Edith T. Lammerts van Bueren)
09:50 Plenary session 2 (Professor Michael Woods)
10:30 Coffee (RFA Exhibition Area)
11:00 Workshop session 1
12:30 Lunch
13:30 (QMH Dining Hall) Workshop session 2
15:00 Coffee (RFA Exhibition Area)
15:30 Workshop session 3
17:00 IFSA Board meeting (Weston Lecture Theatre)
18:00 Close
19:00 Hog Roast outside Student Union Bar with cash bar (for those delegates who have booked accommodation package, vegetarian option available)
20:00 Open mic night in Student Bar
Thursday 14 July 2016
09:00 - 17:00 Field trips (Sign up at registration – places for each trip are limited)
18:30 Dinner for those delegates who have booked an accommodation package and who have not booked for the conference dinner
19:15 Drinks reception in RFA Exhibition Area (for those delegates who have booked the conference dinner)
20:00 Conference dinner in QMH (for those delegates who have booked the conference dinner)
Friday 15 July 2016
09:00 Workshop session 4
10:30 Coffee (RFA Exhibition Area)
11:00 Workshop session 5
12:30 Lunch (QMH Dining Room)
13:30 Closing plenary session 3 and review of Symposium
15.00 Close
15.00 - 17.00 Shuttles to Telford and Stafford train station

We will arrange for delegates to be picked up from Telford and Stafford railway stations and transported to Harper Adams University on Tuesday 12 July 2016 and back again to Telford and Stafford railway stations on Friday 15 July 2016. It is about 1 hour to Birmingham International Airport and 2 hours to Manchester International Airport by train.

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