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Employability events for Plymouth University students
14 November 2014 07:56

Workshops and presentations during Plymouth Enterprise Week.

'The book what I wrote' Guest lecture by Geoffrey Iley
14 November 2014 02:11

When and where Wednesday 3 December 5.30pm - 7.30pm Heap Lecture Theatre, Kedleston Road site Drinks, canapés and book signing to follow

British Society of Criminology (BSC) - Midlands Regional Network Event
16 October 2014 19:38

When and where Wednesday 26 November 2014 6-8pm OL2 Lecture Theatre, Kedleston Road campus Drinks and buffet to be served after the event ...

British Invasion: The Crosscurrents of Musical Influence Book Launch
12 November 2014 18:42

When and where Tuesday 9 December 5.30pm - 7pm Blackwell's Book Shop, Kedleston Road site Drinks and canapés included

Nov 25: Careers Service: Job Hunting in NGOs, charities and international development
25 November 2014 06:00

What are the jobs, where do I find them and how do I get them?

Tectona lit up for Christmas!
21 November 2014 01:04

Welcome aboard as part of Christmas on the Barbican.

The Life of Breath: new directions in Medical Humanities
22 November 2014 13:53

Wednesday 26 November 2014: This lecture will take as its theme the future direction of medical humanities

Judging books by their covers
22 November 2014 13:53

Wednesday 26 November 2014: This lecture will attempt to provide an overview of the history of jacket design and how it has developed into a sophisticated marketing tool signposting many aspects of the enclosed text prior to reading.

The Past Informs the Future: Chatsworth and the Devonshire Collection in 2014
22 November 2014 13:53

Wednesday 26 November 2014: The second Annual Lecture from the Yorkshire Country House Partnership

Constructability, Solvability and Origami
22 November 2014 13:53

Wednesday 26 November 2014: Maths Society lecture

Sustainability through innovation
22 November 2014 13:53

Tuesday 25 November 2014: The inaugural Bob Evans Business Lecture

The Postracial is the most racial
22 November 2014 13:53

Tuesday 25 November 2014: Societies historically articulated through race have claimed recently to be postracial. Yet they remain wracked by racial structure and often mounting racist expression

Fusion reactors: staying cool at 100 million degrees
22 November 2014 13:53

Tuesday 2 December 2014: Part of the PhysSoc public lectures series

- Emergent Effects in Automated Finance Trading Algorithms, 10 February 2015, Kenworthy Hall, St Mary's College
12 November 2014 09:05

To be given by Professor Katherine Hayles, Duke University This talk will explore the implications of these of automation in the interactions of technical cognitive nonconscious systems with the human systems in which they are embedded. This lecture is free to attend and open to all.

The First Date Painting: On Kawara at Altamira
22 November 2014 13:53

Thursday 27 November 2014: Professor Whitney Davis talks about Japanese conceptual artist On Kawara

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

Nov 25: Christine Risley Award Winner 2014: Sophia Freeman
25 November 2014 04:00

This year’s Christine Risley Award has been awarded to BA (Hons) Fine Art and History of Art graduate Sophia Freeman. An exhibition of her work will take place at the Constance Howard Gallery from 16th October.

Lecture: Organising defence supply chains
20 November 2014 04:23

This lecture is part of the Plymouth Graduate School of Management's Alumni Speaker Series.

Are your decisions your own? How data is used to lead your choices
10 December 2014 17:00

The inaugural Data Science Insights event explores the range of ways in which we volunteer our information and how that data fuels decisions.
11 Dec 2014 to 11 Dec 2014, G34, Sir Alexander Fleming Building

Plymouth Psychology in the Pub talk
13 November 2014 04:15

The development of body reprogramming.

Psychology Research - Professor Elizabeth Stokoe
20 October 2014 05:39

The conversational racetrack: From research to application, impact and enterprise Date: Wednesday 26 November Time: 4.15-5.15pm Venue: Heap ...

Nov 23: First International Symposium on Sound and Movement Practices
23 November 2014 07:00

The Unit for Sound Practice Research at Goldsmiths University, in collaboration with Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, The Game of Life Foundation and Mondriaan Foundation, is presenting the First Symposium on Sound and Movement Practices.

Nov 24: First International Symposium on Sound and Movement Practices
24 November 2014 02:00

The Unit for Sound Practice Research at Goldsmiths University, in collaboration with Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, The Game of Life Foundation and Mondriaan Foundation, is presenting the First Symposium on Sound and Movement Practices.

Nov 25: First International Symposium on Sound and Movement Practices
25 November 2014 02:00

The Unit for Sound Practice Research at Goldsmiths University, in collaboration with Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, The Game of Life Foundation and Mondriaan Foundation, is presenting the First Symposium on Sound and Movement Practices.

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

The Big Book Theory
26 November 2014 10:00

Teen Book Quiz for Book Week Scotland 2014.
Venue: Special Collections Centre, The Sir Duncan Rice Library

Projects, professionalism and pendulums: higher education on the move
20 October 2014 05:20

Student research is the ultimate heuristic tool, but supervising projects is tricky. Research is uncertain and demands on staff time are huge, yet the student needs a good degree and the supervisor wants a successful career. Can this conundrum be resolved?

Magnificient Moon Jars, 13 December 2014, Oriental Museum, Elvet Hill, Durham, DH1 3TH
5 November 2014 03:40

See the fabulous Korean moon jar in our galleries and have a go at constructing your own from clay.

Lecture: Vestibular rehabilitation
18 November 2014 01:21

School of Health Professions lecture co-hosted by the Institute of Health and Community.

Traditional Crafts Weekend, 13 December 2014, Botanic Garden, Hollingside Lane, Durham
29 October 2014 08:31

Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th December Silversmith Les Howe and his wife Vivienne, an artist and card designer, will be demonstrating their skills in the garden. Events are included in the standard admission charges.

Media Innovation Awards 2014
13 November 2014 04:18

Recognising creative innovation and talent in the South West.

Nov 24: The Unfinished Conversation
24 November 2014 11:00

Professor Stuart Hall Conference and Events, Monday 24th to Friday 28th November

Nov 25: Stuart Hall Film Screenings
25 November 2014 11:00

Professor Stuart Hall Conference and Events, Monday 24th to Friday 28th November

Multi-parametric programming & control 25 years later: what is next?
3 December 2014 17:00

Professor Stratos Pistikopoulos FREng delivers the twenty first Professor Roger W H Sargent Lecture
04 Dec 2014 to 04 Dec 2014, Chemical Engineering Lecture Theatre 1, ACEX Building

Children's Christmas Demonstration Lecture - The beginning of life
10 December 2014 17:00

Professor Robert Winston delivers the annual Children's Christmas Lecture for 11-16 year olds.
11 Dec 2014 to 11 Dec 2014, Great Hall, Sherfield Building

Early career researchers open discussion
25 November 2014 17:00

Professor Philip Nelson, Chief Executive of EPSRC, holds an open discussion with early career researchers.
26 Nov 2014 to 26 Nov 2014, Seminar room 120, Sir Alexander Fleming Building

How the genomics of TB is changing our view of the human immune system
9 December 2014 17:00

Professor Anne O'Garra uncovers the science of transcriptomics and how our understanding of immunity is evolving with the help of TB bacteria
10 Dec 2014 to 10 Dec 2014, Lecture Theatre G16, Sir Alexander Fleming Building

World AIDS Day 2014
20 November 2014 01:52

Pride in Plymouth candlelight vigil for World AIDS Day.

Being Human Festival: Being Arthur
11 November 2014 08:28

Part of the 'Being Human' Festival. Join us for the first-ever live 24-hour Twitter presentation of Alan Sillitoe's 'Saturday Night and Sunday Morning'.

Being Human Festival: Being Arthur
11 November 2014 08:28

Part of the 'Being Human' Festival. Join us for the first-ever live 24-hour Twitter presentation of Alan Sillitoe's 'Saturday Night and Sunday Morning'.

Being Human Festival: Hammer of Defiance
11 November 2014 08:27

Part of the 'Being Human' Festival. A play recounting the Luddite rebellion – performed in a unique, historic location.

Royal Society of Chemistry lectures
20 November 2014 07:35

Organised by the RSC Peninsula Section.

British Science Week 2015: The Great Egg Race
18 November 2014 03:45

Organised by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (Devon and Cornwall Network)

Professor Marc D. McKee from McGill University
30 November 2014 17:00

Organic-inorganic interfaces in mineralized tissue biology, implant osseointegration and bone wound healing
01 Dec 2014 to 01 Dec 2014, RSM 2.28

Nov 25: Stuart Hall Workshop - Encoding/Decoding
25 November 2014 10:00

One of a series of workshops, organised by the Centre for Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths, that celebrates and considers Stuart Hall's work by close engagements with some of his key publications.

University Wind Orchestra
23 September 2014 05:25

On the programme is postgraduate composer Angela Slater's Stormscape which was premiered by the Wind Orchestra June 2013 and has been revised for this performance. Conducted by Adam Whittaker and Alex Rickells.

Nov 25: Music Research Series and Historical Musicology present Zak Ozmo
25 November 2014 10:00

Music Research Series and Historical Musicology present Zak Ozmo in this afternoon lecture.

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

More information to follow
Venue: The Special Collections Centre Seminar Room, Lower Ground Floor, The Sir Duncan Rice Library

Go Nation: Chinese Masculinities and the Game of Weiqi in China
22 November 2014 13:53

Monday 24 November 2014: Anthropologist Marc L Moskowitz explores the gendered meanings of the game 'Go' in contemporary China

Ghosts in the machine or images on the run? Rethinking Henri Cartier-Bresson's corporate humanism
22 November 2014 13:53

Monday 1 December 2014: History of Art Research Seminar Series

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

Derbyshire Geographical Association Lecture - Dr Joseph Cook
10 November 2014 21:06

Life on Earth's Cold ShoulderThe surface of glaciers and ice sheets are commonly thought of as being lifeless and barren; however they actually ...

Lecture: Can insects feed the world?
13 November 2014 06:59

Lecture by Plymouth University entomologist Peter Smithers followed by refreshments including insect nibbles!

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

Book Laboratory: Free Family Workshop 1
29 November 2014 05:30

Join us for a hands-on activity session at the state-of-the-art Glucksman Conservation Centre.
Venue: Glucksman Conservation Centre Special Collections Centre, The Sir Duncan Rice Library

Book Laboratory: Free Family Workshop 2
29 November 2014 07:30

Join us for a hands-on activity session at the state-of-the-art Glucksman Conservation Centre.
Venue: Glucksman Conservation Centre Special Collections Centre, The Sir Duncan Rice Library

Charity Quiz Night in aid of Forever Stars
4 November 2014 04:59

Join our quiz night to test your mettle and support Forever Stars! This local charity was set up to raise funds for a bereavement suite at Queen's Medical Centre.

Has science replaced god?
23 November 2014 17:00

Is humankind's fascination with god nothing but an expression of awe at the universe's workings? Asks Professor Tom McLeish, University of Durham.
24 Nov 2014 to 24 Nov 2014, Clore Lecture Theatre, Huxley Building

Disruption to free student and staff swimming sessions at the Plymouth Life Centre
17 November 2014 03:10

Information for Plymouth University staff and students.

The IPCC Synthesis Report: linking science with policy relevance
25 November 2014 17:00

In this Energy Futures Lab Lecture Professor Jim Skea will share insights from the IPCC Synthesis Report released on 1 November 2014.
26 Nov 2014 to 26 Nov 2014, Lecture Theatre 1, Blackett Laboratory

Emergence and ‘Top Down’ Causation, 27 January 2015, Senate Suite, University College (Durham Castle)
12 November 2014 09:24

IAS Fellow's Public Lecture To be given by Professor John Heil, Washington University in St Louis, discusses the metaphysics of emergence, addressing the question of what exactly emerges, exploring the possibility of wholes causally influencing their parts, and suggesting that proponents and opponents of emergence have tended to talk past one another. Open to all and free to attend, no need to register

- Cities, Networks and Infrastructures: the urbanisation of (in)security, 29 January 2015, Sir James Knott Hall, Trevelyan College
12 November 2014 09:27

IAS Fellow's Public Lecture To be given by Dr Martin Coward, Newcastle University. This lecture will examine the questions posed by organised violence and security in an urban age. The lecture will highlight the importance of the invisible infrastructures of the city and challenge the dominance of the network as a motif for thinking about the threats and vulnerabilities of the urban age. This lecture is free and open to all.

Emergence and ‘Top Down’ Causation, 27 January 2015, Senate Suite, University College (Castle)
16 October 2014 03:50

IAS Fellow's Public Lecture Professor John Heil, Washington University in St Louis. Recent interest in emergence has gone hand in hand with the idea that emergent entities exert a kind of ‘top-down’, whole-to-part causation. Prof Heil discusses the metaphysics of emergence, addressing the question of what exactly emerges, exploring the possibility of wholes causally influencing their parts, and suggesting that proponents and opponents of emergence have tended to talk past one another.

Twitter chat: communicating climate change
17 November 2014 04:14

Hosted by the Institute for Sustainability Solutions Research.

Weymouth College Open Evening
19 November 2014 03:03

Higher Education and Access only.

Collection Close-up
26 November 2014 06:10

Get up close and personal with the treasures of the Special Collections Centre. Featuring tiny books including 17th century thumb bibles and a miniature book by the famous Scottish calligrapher and miniaturist Esther Inglis.
Venue: LG Seminar Room, Special Collections Centre, The Sir Duncan Rice Library

Collection Close-up
25 November 2014 06:10

Get up close and personal with the treasures of the Special Collections Centre. Featuring the Hortus sanitatis or "Garden of Health", an illustrated medieval manuscript of 1491.
Venue: Lower Ground Floor Seminar Room, Special Collections Centre, The Sir Duncan Rice Library

Collection Close-up
24 November 2014 06:10

Get up close and personal with the treasures of the Special Collections Centre. Featuring John James Audubon's classic "The Birds of America from Original Drawings" vol. 2, of 1831-1834.
Venue: LG Seminar Room, Special Collections Centre, The Sir Duncan Rice Library

Christmas Crafting, 13 December 2014, Botanic Garden, Hollingside Lane, Durha,
29 October 2014 08:17

Get crafty this Christmas and draw inspiration from the garden to create beautiful decorations.

Exhibition - 'Caroline Lowe - Fragments'
20 October 2014 05:44

Fragments is a solo art exhibition by Caroline Lowe at Banks Mill Studios. This is Caroline's third solo exhibition exploring how we see, ...

The Enterprise Beta Programme
19 November 2014 04:28

For Plymouth University Business School students.

PedRIO Workshop: Being an Associate Lecturer
17 November 2014 08:27

For Associate Lecturers at Plymouth University.

Everyday Maths: Empowering parents to support their children's maths understanding
19 November 2014 03:22

Find out how parents can help children make sense of maths.

Truro and Penwith College Higher Education Open Day
19 November 2014 02:22

Find out about higher education opportunities at the college.

Being Human Festival: We Are Many
11 November 2014 09:11

Final event of the 'Being Human' Festival. Exploring the rise of mass protest with film director Amir Amirani.

And now for something completely different
18 November 2014 02:04

Exploring the fringes of entomology.

Nov 24: Richard Hoggart: Life and Works
24 November 2014 03:00

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

Nov 25: Richard Hoggart: Life and Works
25 November 2014 03:00

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

Owen Jones - 'The Establishment: and how they get away with it', 21 January 2015, Great Hall, Durham Castle
14 October 2014 08:47

Durham Castle Lecture Series 2014-15Owen Jones, Commentator, Columnist for The Guardian and Author of 'Chavs' and 'The Establishment: and how they get away with it'. In 2011, Jones published his first book, Chavs: The Demonization of the Working Class, which discusses stereotypes of sections of the British working class and use of the pejorative term 'chav'. The book received attention in domestic and international media, including selection by The New York Times as one of its top 10 non-fiction books of 2011 and being long-listed for the Guardian First Book Award. The Independent on Sunday newspaper named Jones as one of their top 50 Britons of 2011, for the manner in which the book raised the profile of class-based issues. Jones has written a second book, The Establishment and How They Get Away With It, which was published in September 2014.

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 100,000 Genomes Project and Genomics England: opportunities for researchers
23 November 2014 17:00

Dr Clare Turnbull, from The Institute of Cancer Research, discusses opportunities for researchers to get involved with upcoming genomics projects.
24 Nov 2014 to 24 Nov 2014, G34, Sir Alexander Fleming Building

Flourishing is the outcome
19 November 2014 07:56

Design is the process. Let's get started creating better.

4th Plymouth Dementia Conference
20 November 2014 03:13

Dementia, the challenges and inspirational solutions

Asthma and allergy in Europe
26 November 2014 17:00

Debbie Jarvis delivers her inaugural lecture as Professor of Public Health in the National Heart and Lung Institute
27 Nov 2014 to 27 Nov 2014, Drewe Lecture Theatre, Reynolds Building

5 Week Meditation Course: "Four Foundations of Mindfulness in Buddhism"
5 November 2014 17:00

Curious about the origins of the mindfulness or want to take your meditation to a deeper level?
06 Nov 2014 to 05 Dec 2014, Chaplaincy Multi-Faith Centre

Bookbinding Workshop and Talk
25 November 2014 11:00

Come to the Special Collections Centre for an evening of bookbinding.
Venue: Special Collections Centre, The Sir Duncan Rice Library

Banks Mill Open Studios and Artisan Fair
20 October 2014 05:41

Come and see a diverse range of artists, designers and makers in their studios at Banks Mill and visit our Artisan Fair at The Enterprise Centre - ...

Colourful Camels , 20 December 2014, Oriental Museum, Elvet Hill, Durham, DH1 3TH
6 November 2014 04:58

Come along and meet the Oriental Museum's Callum the Camel, then make your own to take home.

The Bestiary Bake Off
28 November 2014 03:30

Challenge your baking abilities and enter the Bestiary Bake Off.
Venue: The Events Space, The Sir Duncan Rice Library

Light Fantastic
18 November 2014 07:29

Celebration in lights commemorating the amalgamation of the Three Towns.

Nov 24: Arts Canteen: What is the value of art in the midst of conflict
24 November 2014 10:30

CAL: Art in Contested Spaces (ii) The second in a series of three seminars curated by John Johnston and Esther Sayers

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

Nov 23: Afternoon Gig: Goldsmiths [Big] String with Robert Mitchell: 'Invocation'
23 November 2014 07:00

As part of the London Jazz Festival, Goldsmiths [Big] String join Robert Mitchell at London's Southbank Centre

Peer review in public: rise of the cyber-bullies?
10 November 2014 05:46

As part of the Institute for Science and Society seminar series, Professor Philip Moriarty questions the impact of web technologies on peer review.

Nov 25: Professor Chris Roe: What have we learned from experimental tests of dream ESP?
25 November 2014 11:00

Anomalistic Psychology Research Unit Invited Speaker Series, 2014/15

International Shipwreck Conference 2015
19 November 2014 04:02

Annual conference for divers, explorers and shipwreck enthusiasts.

Working in partnership: opportunities and challenges – looking forward together
25 November 2014 17:00

An open meeting for staff with Professor Philip Nelson, Chief Executive EPSRC
26 Nov 2014 to 26 Nov 2014, Lower Ground Lecture Theatre, Business School

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 ...

Lecture: The rise of the unmanned maritime vessel - sensors show the way
18 November 2014 02:39

An Institution of Engineering and Technology (Devon and Cornwall Local Network) talk.

Lecture: The impact of renewables on power distribution systems
18 November 2014 02:25

An Institution of Engineering and Technology (Devon and Cornwall Local Network) talk.

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