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YorkTalks 2015
18 December 2014 01:30

Wednesday 7 January 2015: YorkTalks returns for 2015

Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team Plymouth: Postbridge Challenge
12 December 2014 05:15

University partners Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team Plymouth (DSTRP) are inviting everyone to join their annual Postbridge Challenge on Dartmoor.

Prospects 2015 - Plymouth
16 December 2014 07:11

Trends, opportunities and challenges in the hospitality sector over the next 12 months.

Prospects and Prospectuses
19 February 2015 12:00

Thomas Hood's 'The Progress of Cant' and the Art of Advertising in the 1820s
Venue: Special Collections Centre Seminar Room, The Sir Duncan Rice Library, University of Aberdeen, Bedford Road, Aberdeen, AB24 3AA

Short course: Supporting patients with arthritic conditions
16 December 2014 09:19

This course is suitable for both nurses and healthcare assistants.

Portraiture and Emergence, 9 March 2015, Kingsley Barrett Room, Calman Learning Centre
26 November 2014 04:36

Thinking About Emergence Public Lecture To be given by Professor Ludmilla Jordanova (Durham University). Prof Jordanova discusses the two main ways emergence is a generative idea with respect to portraiture. Open to all, free to attend with no need to register

The Emergence of Civilisation, 27 April 2015, Kingsley Barrett Room, Calman Learning Centre
26 November 2014 04:48

Thinking About Emergence Public Lecture To be given by Professor Lord Colin Renfrew, FBA (University of Cambridge)Prof Renfrew will discuss the development of complex society in the Aegean will briefly be compared with the analogous process in Egypt, Sumer, China, the Indus, Mexico and Peru in an attempt better to understand the emergence of complex social behaviour. Open to all, free to attend with no need to register

The Improbable Emergence of Complex Life, 23 February 2015, Kingsley Barrett Room, Calman Learning Centre
26 November 2014 04:26

Thinking About Emergence Public Lecture To be given by Dr Nick Lane (University College London) Prof Lane explore how all complex (eukaryotic) life on Earth shares a common ancestor that arose just once in 4 billion years of evolution. Open to all, free to attend with no need to register

Complex Systems and the Greeks: the trajectory of emergence, 5 May 2015, Kingsley Barrett Room, Calman Learning Centre
26 November 2014 04:51

Thinking About Emergence Public Lecture To be given by Dr Mark Usher (University of Vermont). Prof Usher's presentation will touch on some of the following topics/themes: the Presocratics as systems thinkers; Plato’s cosmology and biomimicry; the interdependence of material, social, and ethical systems in ancient Atomism; emergent properties in Cleisthenes’ political reorganization of Attica. Open to all, free to attend with no need to register

Regional Cyber Day: The Skills Gap - Apprenticeships into Cyber
17 December 2014 08:50

The third annual event in the Regional Cyber Day series in partnership with Cyber Security Challenge and BlueScreenIT.

Minor illness - minor injury course
12 December 2014 08:50

The management of minor illness and minor injury problems commonly presented to nurses.

Plymouth Argyle Carol Service
12 December 2014 04:46

The centrepiece of this year's Carol Service is the centenary of the Christmas Day Truce.

Jan 08: Teresa Cahill - Eugene Onegin Masterclass
8 January 2015 11:30

Teresa Cahill will be delivering a masterclass to the current cast of the Library Opera project.

Energy Futures Lab Annual Lecture: Accelerating the transition to a fossil-fuel-free future
27 January 2015 17:00

Sir David King will be discussing how we can accelerate the transition to a fossil-fuel-free future
28 Jan 2015 to 28 Jan 2015, G16, Sir Alexander Fleming Building

Ear Care Study Day
12 December 2014 09:00

Short course for heathcare assistants.

Pernicious anaemia and vitamin B12 injections
12 December 2014 09:02

Short course for Healthcare Assistants.

“Placing labour in the political economy of development”, 11 March 2015, Room CLC406 (Derman Christopherson room) in Calman Learning Centre
26 November 2014 04:45

Seminar sponsored by the Geography Department's Culture-Economy-Life (CEL) research cluster. Benjamin Selwyn from the School of Global Studies at the University of Sussex will discuss "Beyond the MDG's: Possibilities of Labour-Centred Development" followed by Juanita Elias from the University of Warwick who will discuss "Marketizing social reproduction in East and Southeast Asia.

Supporting patients with mental health issues, learning disabilities and/or dementia
12 December 2014 08:57

One day short course for healthcare assistants.

Being willing to see things clearly: Seminar with speaker Paul Levy
5 January 2015 17:00

Looking at the essential role of transparency in clinical process improvement organised by NIHR Imperial Patient Safety Translational Research Centre.
06 Jan 2015 to 06 Jan 2015, Roger Bannister Lecture Theatre, 1st Floor, Medical School Building, St Mary’s Campus, Paddington

Jan 14: Referencing + intro to Zotero
14 January 2015 06:00

Information skills sessions, brought to you by the Library

Jan 21: Finding Special Collections & Archives
21 January 2015 07:00

Information skills sessions, brought to you by the Library

Jan 21: Using Special Collections & Archives
21 January 2015 07:45

Information Skills Sessions, brought to you by the Library

Equal opportunities or equal outcomes? Which is fairer, and other puzzles for education., 29 December 2015, Van Mildert College, Durham
17 December 2014 08:10

Inaugural Lecture Series 2014/15Prof Stephen Gorard delivers this lecture about the struggle to provide and use evidence to help make education fairer. It will lay out some principles of what we mean by ‘fair’ and how we can best create useful evidence, offering illustrations from 17 years of research. The focus will be on two programmes funded by the ESRC – the nature and impact of school intakes, and the determinants of lifelong learning for adults.

Public Spending in Ancient Democratic Athens and Today , 10 March 2015, The Birley Room, Hatfield College, Durham University
26 November 2014 05:05

IAS Fellow's Public LectureTo be given by Dr David M Pritchard, University of Queensland. Dr Pritchard's richly illustrated public lecture analyses public spending in ancient democratic Athens. Ancient historians debate whether this famous democracy spent more on religion or war. They cannot agree how the Athenians paid for politics. This lecture is free to attend and open to all.

Evolution of Vulnerability, 11 March 2015, Penthouse Suite, Collingwood College
26 November 2014 04:43

IAS Fellow's Public Lecture To be given by Professor David C Geary, University of Missouri-Columbia This lecture is free to attend and open to all.

Desktops to Supercomputers: the wide computational spectrum in simulating emergence, 4 March 2015, Events Hall, Josephine Butler College, Durham Univesrity
26 November 2014 04:32

IAS Fellow's Public Lecture To be given by Dr Kalyan S Perumalla, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA. Computer simulation is an invaluable tool in studying emergence, particularly when abstractions of aggregate behaviors arising out of composition of component behaviors are very hard to propose. All welcome and free to attend, no need to register

Jan 16: FaithXChange: 2nd Annual Symposium on Sacred and Secular: Faith and Formation
16 January 2015 02:00

Free one-day symposium on ‘How do religion and belief inform how we do politics, policy and practice?’

Why so serious? Contemporary Clowning Workshop with Maggie Irving
12 December 2014 07:18

For actors and non-actors.

Research ethics - an overview
17 December 2014 03:54

For Plymouth University research staff, early career academics and staff supporting researchers.

Research integrity: Overcoming bureaucratic hurdles to add value and evidence high quality research
17 December 2014 03:42

For Plymouth University research staff, early career academics and staff supporting researchers.

Introduction to research data management
15 December 2014 01:51

For Plymouth University research staff, early career academics and staff supporting researchers.

Open Access Publishing
15 December 2014 01:42

For Plymouth University research staff, early career academics and staff supporting researchers.

Introduction to research strategies and initiatives for researchers
12 December 2014 09:19

For Plymouth University research staff, early career academics and staff supporting researchers.

How to get involved in collaborative research projects
12 December 2014 04:23

For Plymouth University research staff, early career academics and staff supporting researchers.

Writing an effective research funding proposal
12 December 2014 03:48

For Plymouth University research staff, early career academics and staff supporting researchers.

Dec 18: Richard Hoggart: Life and Works
18 December 2014 03:00

Exhibition of archive material on former Goldsmiths Warden and cultural theorist Richard Hoggart (1918-2014).

Dec 19: Richard Hoggart: Life and Works
19 December 2014 03:00

Exhibition of archive material on former Goldsmiths Warden and cultural theorist Richard Hoggart (1918-2014).

Jan 05: Richard Hoggart: Life and Works
5 January 2015 03:00

Exhibition of archive material on former Goldsmiths Warden and cultural theorist Richard Hoggart (1918-2014).

Jan 06: Richard Hoggart: Life and Works
6 January 2015 03:00

Exhibition of archive material on former Goldsmiths Warden and cultural theorist Richard Hoggart (1918-2014).

Jan 07: Richard Hoggart: Life and Works
7 January 2015 03:00

Exhibition of archive material on former Goldsmiths Warden and cultural theorist Richard Hoggart (1918-2014).

Jan 08: Richard Hoggart: Life and Works
8 January 2015 03:00

Exhibition of archive material on former Goldsmiths Warden and cultural theorist Richard Hoggart (1918-2014).

Effective and positive approaches to working with aggression and violence from service users in health and social care
17 December 2014 07:31

Examining the consequences of violence from clients/patients against staff in social work and healthcare professions.

Nancy Astor Sports Centre Winter Sale
12 December 2014 06:27

Discounts for Plymouth University staff.

Photography and Society 1
17 December 2014 02:45

Community engagement: the observer and the observed.

Dec 18: The New Politics of Indebtedness in Britain: Intervention ~ Launch ~ Collaboration
18 December 2014 11:00

Collaborative workshop, public interest report launch & reception.

'Tis the season of giving
17 December 2014 05:20

Christmas collection for Plymouth Refuge.

Elphinstone 500 Lecture Programme. Blairs Museum: the museum of Scotland's Catholic Heritage
5 March 2015 11:00

Blairs Museum Manager, Ian Forbes, introduces the collections of Catholic art and artefacts held at Blairs Museum at Maryculter.
Venue: The Special Collections Centre Seminar Room, Lower Ground Floor, The Sir Duncan Rice Library

Jan 13: Professor Edzard Ernst: Homeopathy … and the ‘4th Law of Thermodynamics’
13 January 2015 11:00

Anomalistic Psychology Research Unit Invited Speaker Series, 2014/15

Exhibition - 'Happy little fat man' Art from Kevin Coyne
18 September 2014 02:07

An exhibition of paintings,drawings, artwork and video by Kevin Coyne. Kevin (1944-2004) was an important player in the contemporary music scene ...

Dec 18: REF - staff breakfast briefing
18 December 2014 03:30

All staff are invited to find out about the outcomes from the Research Excellence Framework (REF)

Short course: Venepuncture Morning
12 December 2014 09:06

Aimed at healthcare assistants and nurses.

Saving Kingsand Clock Tower
12 December 2014 07:59

A lecture organised by the Institution of Civil Engineers (South West).

Women in STEM
16 December 2014 06:54

A celebration of research excellence.

Adaptive/intelligent glass materials for tall buildings
12 December 2014 05:41

A CPD lecture sponsored by the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (Western Region).

Managing urban flood risk – the blue-green approach
28 August 2014 06:06

A Blue-Green City aims to recreate a naturally-oriented water cycle while bringing water management and green infrastructure together. As part of the Science Public Lecture Series, Dr Emily Lawson discusses the impact this could have in managing urban flood risk. Admission is free, all are welcome.

Gedun Chopel and his international circle of friends
9 January 2015 09:30

Date: 9 January 2015 05:30pm

Finishes:9 January 2015 06:30pm

Venue: 21/22 Russell Square

Room: T101

In February 1937, a dinner party was organised in Calcutta by Theos Bernard, the New York socialite, yoga practionner and Tibet enthusiast. The list of distinguished guests included: Sir Francis Younghusband; the Guomindang lady emissary to Tibet, Liu Manching; the American aviator Charles Lindberg; Gedun Chopel newly arrived in India; his teacher Geshe Sherab Gyatso; Da Lama Ngakchen, Rinpoche of Tashilhunpo Monastery; and the long time British Trade Agent in Tibet, David MacDonald.

Chinese Language Exchange (Free)
9 January 2015 09:00

Date: 9 January 2015 05:00pm

Finishes:9 January 2015 07:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: 4426

The vanishing wrestler: illegality and criminal mediation in urban Pakistan
8 January 2015 09:30

Date: 8 January 2015 05:30pm

Finishes:8 January 2015 07:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: G51

Taiping Christianity: The Mission and Theology of Hong Xiuquan
8 January 2015 09:00

Date: 8 January 2015 05:00pm

Finishes:8 January 2015 07:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: 4429

Some further thoughts on the image of Shiva Nataraja
7 January 2015 10:30

Date: 7 January 2015 06:30pm

Finishes:7 January 2015 08:00pm

Venue: Brunei Gallery

Room: B111

Consuming the Past: Japanese Media and the Twenty-first Century
7 January 2015 09:05

Date: 7 January 2015 05:05pm

Finishes:7 January 2015 07:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: Khalili Lecture Theatre

Getting Dividend from Demography: Skills Policy and Labour Management in Contemporary Indian ...
6 January 2015 04:00

Date: 6 January 2015 12:00pm

Finishes:6 January 2015 02:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: 116

Turkey’s Transitions: Integration, Inclusion, Institutions – A new World Bank study on ...
19 December 2014 04:00

Date: 19 December 2014 12:00pm

Finishes:19 December 2014 02:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: 116

The Timurid-Ming Embassy of 1419-22: Art after China
16 January 2015 11:00

Date: 16 January 2015 07:00pm

Finishes:16 January 2015 09:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: Khalili Lecture Theatre

Yarshater Lecture Series 

‘In the Rays of Light of Imperial Favour’: the Visual Arts of Early Fifteenth-Century Timurid Herat

Early Music from the New World
16 January 2015 11:00

Date: 16 January 2015 07:00pm

Finishes:16 January 2015 09:00pm

Venue: Brunei Gallery

Room: Brunei Gallery Lecture Theatre

TBC
16 January 2015 09:15

Date: 16 January 2015 05:15pm

Finishes:16 January 2015 07:00pm

Venue: Brunei Gallery

Room: B102

Rice Supply and Regime Consolidation on the two sides of the Taiwan Straits, 1949-1954
16 January 2015 05:15

Date: 16 January 2015 01:15pm

Finishes:16 January 2015 02:45pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: 4426

Yoga, Meditation, and Spirituality in Contemporary Japan and Britain
14 January 2015 16:00

Date: 15 January 2015 12:00am

Finishes:15 January 2015 12:00am

Venue: Faber Building, 23/24 Russell Square

Room: FG01

African Christianity on Film: 'Holy Hustlers' (2009, dir. Richard Werbner)
15 January 2015 11:00

Date: 15 January 2015 07:00pm

Finishes:15 January 2015 09:30pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: Djam Lecture Theatre

Documentary film about an African Independent Church in Botswana and discussion with the director, Prof Richard Werbner.

Timurid Herat: The City as a Setting for Art and Literature
15 January 2015 11:00

Date: 15 January 2015 07:00pm

Finishes:15 January 2015 09:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: Khalili Lecture Theatre

Yarshater Lecture Series 

‘In the Rays of Light of Imperial Favour’: the Visual Arts of Early Fifteenth-Century Timurid Herat

Arbitration Seminar Series: Is the international investment arbitration system broken?
15 January 2015 11:00

Date: 15 January 2015 07:00pm

Finishes:15 January 2015 09:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: 4429

The Black Box of Gender: what revealing its contents can do for us
15 January 2015 09:00

Date: 15 January 2015 05:00pm

Finishes:15 January 2015 06:30pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: Kamran Djam Lecture Theatre (DLT)

Gamic Orientalism and Virtual Ninja Theory
14 January 2015 09:05

Date: 14 January 2015 05:05pm

Finishes:14 January 2015 07:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: Khalili Lecture Theatre

The Tenth Anniversary of the ICJ Advisory Opinion on the Israeli Separation Wall
14 January 2015 09:00

Date: 14 January 2015 05:00pm

Finishes:14 January 2015 08:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: DLT

A Tale of Two Syrias, Yasmin Fedda, 2012, 64 mins. Followed by Q&A session with director.
14 January 2015 05:00

Date: 14 January 2015 01:00pm

Finishes:14 January 2015 03:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: Khalili Lecture Theatre

The Academic Study of the Qur'an
14 January 2015 05:00

Date: 14 January 2015 01:00pm

Finishes:14 January 2015 02:00pm

Venue: Brunei Gallery

Room: B111

Title TBC
13 January 2015 09:15

Date: 13 January 2015 05:15pm

Finishes:13 January 2015 07:00pm

Venue: Brunei Gallery

Room: B102

Gupta Numismatics
13 January 2015 06:00

Date: 13 January 2015 02:00pm

Finishes:13 January 2015 05:00pm

Venue: 21/22 Russell Square

Room: MBI Al Jaber Room

Islam and Controversy: The Politics of Free Speech in Contemporary Society
12 January 2015 10:00

Date: 12 January 2015 06:00pm

Finishes:12 January 2015 08:00pm

Venue: Brunei Gallery

Room: Brunei Suite

Santa Sparky and his high voltage Christmas Party
19 December 2014 17:00


Exciting high-voltage festive demos.
Venue: Satrosphere

Cafe Scientifique - Let there be light!
27 May 2015 12:00


To celebrate the International Year of Light, we'll explore the fascinating story of understanding light, including Aberdeen's role - how our ancestors were wrong and we think we are right!
Venue: Waterstones Aberdeen (Union Bridge)

Cafe Scientifique- A wake-up call on Sleeping Sickness
29 April 2015 12:00


African Sleeping Sickness is threatening a staggering 60 million Africans. Discover how students from the University of Aberdeen have pioneered detection of dangerous diseases using synthetic biology.
Venue: Waterstones Aberdeen (Union Bridge)

Cafe Scientifique: Fungi - the good, the bad and the essential
18 March 2015 13:00


Love them or hate them, fungi are integral to our lives as nature's recyclers, plant saviours and sometimes killers, pharmacists, bakers and brewers.
Venue: Waterstones Aberdeen (Union Bridge)

Cafe Scientifique - Earthquake prediction: science or fiction?
25 February 2015 12:00


In 2012, scientists in Italy were convicted of manslaughter for failure to predict an earthquake. We'll explore the challenges of predicting seismic activity and ask who's to blame when the unexpected happens?
Venue: Waterstones Aberdeen (Union Bridge)

Cafe Scientifique - The Big Bang, dark energy and cosmic sound
21 January 2015 12:00


As Stephen Hawking's story hits cinemas, we'll celebrate the wonders of cosmology with an internationally recognised expert. Join us as we explore pioneering insights being made into our Universe.
Venue: Waterstones Aberdeen (Union Bridge)

Cafe MED: Digital follow-up for people with skin cancer
25 May 2015 11:00


Skin cancer patients require regular check-ups to sport potential reoccurrence. We'll explore new technology that could help these checks to be carried out at home using a mobile device.
Venue: Suttie Centre for Teaching and Learning in Healthcare

Cafe MED: Weight loss surgery - a magic pill?
27 April 2015 11:00


Obesity reduces the quality of life for individuals and puts a strain on health services. We will ask whether surgery is currently our best method of intervention and explore what might be on offer in the future.
Venue: Suttie Centre for Teaching and Learning in Healthcare

Cafe MED: Lupus - the wolf within
16 March 2015 12:00


Systemic Lupus Erythematosus is one of the most diverse and unpredictable of medical conditions. We will identify the challenges that patients, clinicians and researchers encounter and explore potential solutions.
Venue: Suttie Centre for Teaching and Learning in Healthcare

Cafe MED: Programmed from birth?
23 February 2015 11:00


What influence do birth weight and health have on allergies, asthma, type II diabetes and heart disease? We'll examine what is determined at birth and which factors we can change.
Venue: Suttie Centre for Teaching and Learning in Healthcare

Cafe MED: Do Antidepressants work?
19 January 2015 11:00


We will consider the evidence surrounding the effectiveness of antidepressant drugs and explore how the severity of depression might influence decisions about treatment pathways.
Venue: Suttie Centre for Teaching and Learning in Healthcare

Energy Industries Overview
14 April 2015 01:30


A comprehensive introduction to the Oil and Gas, and Renewable Energy Industries
Venue: King's Conference Centre

Current Exhibitions
5 March 2014 17:00


A list of exhibitions currently on display at the University of Aberdeen.

SHMU Multi-Ethnic Recording Project
27 January 2015 12:30


A lecture from Simon Gall, Station House Media Unit
Venue: MacRobert Building 055

By Way of the Sea: Exploring a Bronze Age maritory in NW Europe
13 January 2015 12:30


As part of the King's Museum evening lecture series Peter Clark and Anne Lehoërff provide a free lecture on a Bronze Age maritory in NW Europe
Venue: Regent Building Lecture Theatre

Elphinstone 500 Lecture Programme: 'De sex pueri chori' : Elphinstone and Music of his time
12 February 2015 11:00


The Foundation Book for King's College, featured in the current exhibition, describes the choirboys and priests charged with singing the Daily Office, and mentions the role of the organist who played an instrument that was in a gallery until it was removed in the seventeenth century.
Venue: The Special Collections Centre Seminar Room, Lower Ground Floor, The Sir Duncan Rice Library

Elphinstone 500 Lecture Programme: 'William Elphinstone and Scotland's first books'
5 February 2015 11:00


Talk by Professor Jane Stevenson
Venue: The Special Collections Centre Seminar Room, Lower Ground Floor, The Sir Duncan Rice Library

Stacks Alive : 'Poetic Aberdeen'
19 February 2015 11:00


Join us for a series of poetry readings of historic and new works inspired by Aberdeen, its surrounds and its extensive collection of public records and library holdings.
Venue: The Gallery, The Sir Duncan Rice Library, University of Aberdeen, Bedford Road, Aberdeen, AB24 3AA

Heroic Virtues and Virtuous Reachers: Towards a History of Anglo-Saxon Studies at Aberdeen
26 March 2015 13:00


Dr O'Leary considers how Anglo-Saxon became part of the University's curriculum and how it helped to shape the University's wider programme of study in the Arts.
Venue: Special Collections Centre Seminar Room, The Sir Duncan Rice Library, University of Aberdeen, Bedford Road, Aberdeen, AB24 3AA

The Evolution of Music
2 April 2015 12:00


Professor Armand Leroi, Professor of Evolutionary Developmental Biology discusses the evolution of Music
Venue: King's Conference Centre

Chronicle of a Death Foretold
5 February 2015 12:00


Professor Sir Graeme Catto, Emeritus Professor of Medicine, discusses controversial topic of assisted death.
Venue: Suttie Centre for Teaching and Learning in Healthcare

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