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Annual Post-Graduate Forum on Applied Linguistics

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York St John University

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Exciting York St John University student led event

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The Postgraduate Forum on Applied Linguistics is a student-led event which aims to bring together postgraduate researchers from far and wide, giving them the opportunity to present their fascinating work within this year's theme 'Social Justice in Applied Linguistics.' 2022 marks the 7th PFAL event, where the keynote lecture will be delivered by Dr Khawla Badwan from Manchester Metroplitan University, UK.

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8.00am - Registration & refreshments

09.00am - Forum starts

6.00pm - Finish (at latest)

Location: De Grey Lecture Theatre, York St John University

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General Admission (in-person) - £10

Online general admission - free

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• You are expected to wear a face covering in teaching rooms and communal areas in University buildings.

• Please take a lateral flow Covid test the day before accessing our campus, even if you are fully vaccinated. Tests are free and available online, at our York campus test site and from local pharmacies.

• Use hand sanitising stations on campus and regularly wash your hands.

• Updated Covid FAQs can be found on our website.

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York St John University was founded in 1841, born out of a socially conscious, ethical conviction in sharing education as a route to a fairer world. As a leading education, training and research institution in the heart of the historic city of York we serve a global campus of staff and students who thrive on academic excellence, graduate employability and a strong sense of community.

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