Hereford University Centre
The Hereford University Centre has a mixture of public lectures, research seminars and stage performances planned throughout the year covering a wide range of subjects.
We are now returning to host face to face HUC Lectures.
Tuesday 21st June 2022 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Sustainable Food Production with Dr Duncan Westbury
Dr Duncan Westbury will explore why there is a need for us to produce our food in a more sustainable way, and how this might be achieved. It will also address the question of whether we should consider our dietary choices when considering environmental impacts. Case studies will be used to illustrate what simple measures farmers can do to make food production more sustainable.
Dr Duncan Westbury is the course leader for BSc (Hons) Environmental Management & Sustainability at the University of Worcester and has over 25 years’ experience researching how farmers can work with biodiversity to support the sustainable production of food.
To attend this event, please contact the Student HUB to book your free space:
t: 01432 365 431
You can revisit some of our previous HUC Lectures, by watching the recordings on our YouTube Playlist.
If you're interested in studying a Higher Education course, please browse our available courses here.
The Changing face of Waste & Resources - From policy reforms to new skills and a changing work force by Dr Adam Read, xternal Affairs Director at SUEZ Recycling and Recovery UK - Watch recording on YouTube
Gender Trouble - Unpicking Gender Identity by Dr Daniel Somerville, Senior Lecturer, Co-Course Leader BA Drama and Performance at University of Worcester - Watch Recording on YouTube
Impact of Covid-19 on Mental Health by Jo Augustus, Course Leader for the Foundation Degree in Mental Health at University of Worcester - Watch Recording on YouTube
Riding the Rollercoaster, The Ups and Downs of running your own business by Luke Conod, Managing Director of Denim Nation, FIT, School Uniform Shop and Buy-Jeans - Watch Recording on YouTube
Exploring the role of outdoor adventure in the development of young people by Colin Wood - Course leader for Masters in Outdoor Education, University of Worcester - Watch Recording on YouTube