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Oct 07: Music Research Series presents Pete Astor
7 October 2014 11:00

‘It’s Shit!’ Cultural Contexts and Songwriting Practice or What Makes a Good Song and How Do You Write One?

Exhibition - MA Fine Art and MA Film and Photography
16 September 2014 21:14

Work by students from the MA Fine Art and MA Film & Photography programmes culminating in their final exhibition. A show of diverse and ...

Cherry Professional Breakfast Meeting
1 October 2014 02:10

With the economy picking up, competition for talent is intensifying. So what should you be doing to protect your organisation when employees move ...

Improving photosynthesis to feed the future
1 October 2014 12:15

Wednesday 8 October 2014: The first of this term's Biology lecture series

“No one truly knows a nation until one has been inside its jails”
1 October 2014 12:15

Wednesday 8 October 2014: How do we know what happens inside our jails?

Questioning 'Global Mental Health': The uses and non-uses of evidence
1 October 2014 12:15

Wednesday 15 October 2014: The lecture retraces the emergence of "Global Mental Health" and asks what evidence is used to bolster campaigns, and what evidence is ignored

Masterclasses
28 September 2014 21:29

We provide a series of 'masterclasses' with speakers and facilitators who present on current strategic thinking in the area of HRM. These are not ...

Geological Society of London conference: sharing educational practice in the geosciences
1 October 2014 07:37

We are hosting the next Higher Education Network Annual Meeting, which has a general theme of Sharing Educational Practice in the Geosciences.

Oct 07: USA Summer Camp Info Session
7 October 2014 11:00

Want to know more about working for USA Summer Camp?

Feet of Clay
1 October 2014 12:15

Tuesday 7 October 2014: Part of the PhysSoc public lectures series

Understanding the Scottish Referendum
1 October 2014 12:15

Tuesday 7 October 2014: A roundtable discussion on the Scottish Referendum

Hybrid bioelectronic devices
1 October 2014 12:15

Thursday 9 October 2014: York Society of Engineers Open Lecture

'Come On Jeeves' by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse, 6 November 2014, The Assembly Rooms Theatre
30 September 2014 05:53

Thursday 6th - Saturday 8th November Ooook! Productions proudly present the wit and wisdom of P.G. Wodehouse and Guy Bolton in 'Come On, Jeeves'. Join us at the Assembly Rooms Theatre for the mischief, mishaps and mayhem of P.G. Wodehouse's classic characters. Ticket sales are in aid of the British Heart Foundation.

World Maritime Day 2014
25 September 2014 01:28

This year's theme is ‘IMO Conventions – Effective Implementation’.

Plymouth scibar talk: Engineering Without Borders
30 September 2014 01:15

This talk will be given by Stephen Turner, the National Student Network Coordinator for Engineers Without Borders - UK.

Outdoor and Experiential Learning Research Network seminar
25 September 2014 03:35

This seminar will discuss how learning in natural environments can help to support curricular goals.

Free open screening of the film 'Home' (as seen on the BBC)
1 October 2014 06:22

This screening is organised by EnviroSoc (UPSU Society) with kind permission from The Home Project.

Oct 06: Black Bodies and Britain's Cultural Institutions
6 October 2014 12:30

This pop-up event responds to the recent furor over the Barbican’s decision to remove Brett Bailey’s ‘Exhibit B’ after public protest. What does this say about acceptable spaces and uses for black people's bodies in 2014?

Lunchtime seminar: Understanding resources in the service industry using service quality models
29 September 2014 07:10

This lunchtime seminar is organised by the Service and Enterprise Research Centre (SERC).

Institution of Engineering and Technology Presidential Address
29 September 2014 06:32

This lecture by Professor William Webb entitled 'From the iPhone to the IET' will be relayed from the Royal Institution in London to the University.

20M Offshore Wind Farm Operation and Maintenance Workshop
1 October 2014 07:00

This free workshop organised by 20M team aims to bring together wind farm industry experts and stakeholders from across the UK.

Exhibition - Best of Best
27 August 2014 04:29

This exhibition showcases the breadth, variety and quality of work from this year's final year Degree Shows. Date: Thursday 25 September - Friday ...

Exploring Your Future in Teaching - Careers Fair
30 September 2014 03:42

This event for Plymouth University students showcases a wide variety of graduate positions within the world of teaching.

Lecture: Investigating Failures and Condition Assessment of High Voltage Equipment
29 September 2014 08:48

This Institution of Engineering and Technology (Devon and Cornwall Local Network) talk will be given by Bob Dean (ERA Technology).

Lecture: MIDEL Transformer Fluids - Safety and Performance for Electrical Systems
29 September 2014 08:49

This Institution of Engineering and Technology (Devon and Cornwall Local Network) is given by Steve Jones from M&I Materials.

Lecture: From yesterday’s future to tomorrow’s retro
29 September 2014 08:48

This Institution of Engineering and Technology (Devon and Cornwall Local Network) is given by Professor Steven Furnell and Dr Dan Livingstone.

Lecture: Plymouth Bridges - Road and Rail Network history
29 September 2014 08:48

This Institution of Engineering and Technology (Devon and Cornwall Local Network) is given by Nigel Overton, Curator (City and Maritime Heritage).

Oct 02: Another Object - Private View
2 October 2014 13:00

The curatorial project http://www.handthatfeeds.me/ is proud to collaborate with Stour Space on Another Object, an exhibition partaking in http://2014.photomonth.org/

Remembrance Service, 9 November 2014, Durham Cathedral
17 September 2014 04:12

The annual service to remember those killed in both world wars and later conflicts takes place in the Cathedral today. The service is attended by representatives from the county and city, including the armed forces who process to the market place after the service. Further information is published at: https://www.dur.ac.uk/ceremonies/remembrance/

The GRIP Careers Fair
20 August 2014 03:17

The University of Derby Careers + Employment Service are holding a Careers Fair, open to all students and recent graduates. Focused on graduate ...

Soul Professor – Motown and more from 60s to present
24 September 2014 10:51

The Soul Professor – also known as Professor Patrick Callaghan, School of Health Sciences – and DJ Vee promise a music-filled evening of motown, TSOP, jazz funk and more. Part of UoN Black History Month 2014, with all proceeds going to charity.

Plymouth Green Book Club meeting
24 September 2014 08:50

The Green Book Club will discuss "Good Food For Everyone Forever" by Colin Tudge.

Project Management Institute, Student Membership Launch - Lecture
30 September 2014 04:45

The Careers and Employment Service are proud to launch a new Student Membership scheme with the Project Management Institute. Anne Boundford, ...

Public lecture by Sir Louis Blom-Cooper QC FKC
30 September 2014 06:47

Public lecture "Life after Death: the 50th anniversary of the abolition of the death penalty and the Law's dignity of man in the 21st century".

E. coli sings: pour some sugar on me
30 September 2014 18:00

Professor Vanessa Sperandio, Professor of Microbiology and Biochemistry, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas
01 Oct 2014 to 01 Oct 2014, G47A Flowers Building

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

Systemic risk: a challenge for mathematical modelling
20 October 2014 18:00

Professor Rama Cont will discuss how mathematical modelling can provide insights on systemic risk, financial regulation and financial stability.
21 Oct 2014 to 21 Oct 2014, Clore Lecture Theatre, Huxley 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

Oct 07: CONTEMPORARY ART TALKS - LUCY RAVEN
7 October 2014 11:30

Organised by the Department of Art

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

Exhibition - International Print Exchange 2014
19 August 2014 06:30

Now in its sixth year IPE 2014 is an exhibition of mini prints from both national and international printmakers. Run and co-ordinated by ...

The Magazine as Catalogue, or, The Assemblage of Specimens
1 October 2014 12:15

Monday 6 October 2014: Samuel Bibby, Associate Editor of Art History, considers the status of the journal as a key site of art-historical innovation and experimentation in the wider context of the discipline and its exhibition practices in Britain in the mid-1970s

Think it, fund it, grow it: The steps to entrepreneurial success
1 October 2014 12:15

Monday 20 October 2014: Charles Cecil, founder of Revolution Software, Europe's leading adventure game developer, will share his experience in developing his company, and the thinking behind the critically acclaimed and commercially successful series of games Broken Sword

The Dyslexia Debate
1 October 2014 12:15

Monday 13 October 2014: Professor Elliott will consider the many and varied understandings of dyslexia and how they often fail to reflect scientific advances in the field.

Energy: Contexts and Challenges., 10 November 2014, St Mary’s College, Durham
17 September 2014 03:50

Monday 10th - Friday 14th November This four and a half day course brings together leading experts to assess today’s energy challenges in different contexts. From global geo-histories of energy and energy transitions to human eco-biology and resource engineering, we look at energy from a range of different perspectives. With presentations from leading experts at Durham University, this will effectively be a series of masterclasses in energy contexts and challenges.

5th EDF Annual Lecture - HR Vision 2020
6 October 2014 18:00

Marianne Laigneau, EDF Group Senior Executive Vice President, Human Resources, will give the 5th EDF Annual Lecture presenting the EDF HR Vision 2020
07 Oct 2014 to 07 Oct 2014, G16, Sir Alexander Fleming Building

Artist Talk: Richard Wentworth
30 September 2014 04:16

Listen as featured ‘Walk On’ artist, Richard Wentworth talks about his sculptural practice.

Japan400 Plymouth: Taiko Drumming Workshop
24 September 2014 08:17

Learn more about the Japanese art of taiko drumming.

Wild About Plymouth: A Walk in the Woods
26 September 2014 02:26

Join us for some outdoor fun inspired by current the 'Walk On' exhibition.

Oct 04: Lunch Bytes: The Commons
4 October 2014 08:00

Join a discussion about the spaces and practices shared by groups aiming to resist commodification and forge an existence outside capital-driven art markets. Hosted by the ICA and organized in conjunction with Goldsmiths Digital Culture Unit.

Oct 07: USA Summer Camp Information Stand
7 October 2014 06:00

It’s never too early to start planning ahead and for some of the best opportunities the time is now!

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 due to be released on 1 November 2014.
26 Nov 2014 to 26 Nov 2014, Lecture Theatre 1, Blackett Laboratory

Hands of God: Evangelisation and Visual Representation in Juan de la Cruz's Doctrina Christiana, 18 November 2014, Learning Centre, Palace Green Library
17 September 2014 03:55

IMEMS Limits of the Human seminar series 2014/15 Juan de la Cruz's 1571 Doctrina christiana en la lengua guasteca co[n] la lengua castellana is one of the 131 texts known to have been printed in New Spain before 1600 that survive to this day. This talk will examine the uses as well as limits of this strategy in its given historical context, considering also that Cruz's work became the most profusely illustrated book printed in Mexico in the sixteenth century.

Professor Bauer Sumpio from Yale University
7 October 2014 18:00

Hemodynamic Forces Modulate EC Response to Chemical Stimulation
08 Oct 2014 to 08 Oct 2014, RSM 2.28

Oct 02: Post-Punk Then and Now - Visual Cultures Public Programme Autumn 2014
2 October 2014 11:00

Gavin Butt, Kodwo Eshun & Mark Fisher introduce the Visual Cultures Public Programme Autumn 2014: 'Post-Punk Then and Now'.

The plight of women workers in the informal settlements of Nairobi
1 October 2014 12:15

Friday 17 October 2014: Ruth Mumbi discusses her work with the Kenyan grassroots organisation Wamama wa Dhobi

Seminar: Peninsula Oxidative Stress Research Forum (POSReF)
24 September 2014 09:17

For researchers from disciplines including physics, chemistry, biology, physiology, pharmacology, rheumatology, dermatology and experimental medicine.

Exploring Your Future in Science, Environment, Technology and Engineering - Careers Fair
30 September 2014 03:20

For Plymouth University students focusing on the wide variety of placement and graduate positions in science, technology and engineering.

Pendulum's Bargain Emporium
19 September 2014 03:19

Following a critically acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013, Maison Foo invite you to visit Pendulums Emporium and look around. You may get more than you bargained for!

Derby Festé 2014
29 May 2014 04:20

Fabulous family-friendly Festé returns for another year Derby City Centre will once again act as the perfect platform, through a multitude of ...

Oct 02: Fractured | Khmer Passages Performance Installation
2 October 2014 03:00

FRACTURED | KHMER PASSAGES is an installation that uses dance, music and interviews to explore questions of cultural identity, heritage and innovation in the fast-changing contexts of post-revolutionary Cambodia.

Oct 03: Fractured | Khmer Passages Performance Installation
3 October 2014 03:00

FRACTURED | KHMER PASSAGES is an installation that uses dance, music and interviews to explore questions of cultural identity, heritage and innovation in the fast-changing contexts of post-revolutionary Cambodia.

Exhibition - AA2A 2014 A Creative Consensus
27 August 2014 03:36

Exhibition of the work of four artists participating in the Artists Access to Art Colleges (AA2A) 2013 - 2014 project. This is a national scheme, ...

Being smart with energy
27 October 2014 18:00

Electrical engineer, Professor Tim Green gives his introductory lecture as Director of the Energy Futures Lab
28 Oct 2014 to 28 Oct 2014, Clore Lecture Theatre, Huxley Building

Tipping Points in Health and Society, 6 November 2014, Durham Town Hall, Market Place, Durham City
17 September 2014 03:45

ESRC Festival of Social Science Health problems, from cardiovascular disease to the AIDS epidemic, present major social challenges that require new forms of intervention in health care. Modelling health problems provides a way to help meet those challenges. How can risk prediction models provide early warning signals for the onset of disease? How can health models help increase life expectancy after surgery? Are there health ‘tipping points’ that can be predicted or detected before the onset of disease?

Inaugural lecture of Professor Debbie Jarvis
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

Biology Week 2014 Public Lecture 'As Dead as a Dodo'
30 September 2014 06:31

Date: Wednesday 15 October Time: 6.30pm-7.30pm Venue: University of Derby, Kedleston Road Site, OL1 Being given as part of Biology ...

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

Oct 02: Investigative Journalism: Where Next?
2 October 2014 11:00

Come and hear leading figures in the media talk about their work and join in the debate on key issues. Every Thursday, 5-7, LGO1 in Professor Stuart Hall building, Goldsmiths

Durham Singers: The Theatre of Royalty, 15 November 2014, Durham Cathedral
3 September 2014 08:40

Come along to this concert at Durham Cathedral to enjoy anthems and arias for Kings and Queens of the baroque by Handel, Purcell and Blow, performed by Durham Singers, Durham County Youth Choir and Rowan Pierce.

Wild About Plymouth: Space - Above and Beyond
26 September 2014 02:58

Come along to Plymouth University's Immersive Vision Theatre for an interactive talk all about our solar system.

Dr Ian Wong from Brown University
28 October 2014 18:00

Collective and Individual Migration after the Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition
29 Oct 2014 to 29 Oct 2014, RSM 2.28

Exhibition: Charley's War
30 September 2014 04:14

Charley's War is the greatest ever British war comic offering an unsentimental and often harrowing vision of the Great War.

Mighty Mountains, 8 November 2014, Oriental Museum, Elvet Hill, Durham, DH1 3TH
1 October 2014 09:48

Celebrate the opening our new Himalayan art exhibition by making your own snowy mini mountain range to take home.

Super Spices and Fabulous Fairtrade, 22 November 2014, Oriental Museum, Elvet Hill, Durham, DH1 3TH
1 October 2014 09:52

Celebrate Fairtrade Week and create a multi-sensory spice collage. Free fairtrade biscuit included!

Lovely Lanterns, 15 November 2014, Oriental Museum, Elvet Hill, Durham, DH1 3TH
1 October 2014 09:50

Be inspired by the Chinese Collections and decorate your own Chinese paper lantern to take home today.

Oct 03: "Canons, Creativity & Counterpoint" performed by the Goldsmiths Sinfonia and Chorus
3 October 2014 13:30

As part of the Department of Music’s “Music Week” of intensive rehearsals, the Sinfonia and Chorus present an evening concert of music inspired by the theme Counterpoint.

Oct 04: reinvent.remix.redo - Music Week Performance by BMus Popular Music Students
4 October 2014 09:00

As part of the Department of Music’s “Music Week” of creative rehearsals, students on the BMus in Popular Music programme showcase their work.

Oct 08: Staff Development Opportunities: Projects, Secondments and Shadowing
8 October 2014 05:00

Are you looking for ways to develop your skills and knowledge?

Oct 07: Dr Karen Majors: The phenomenon of children’s imaginary companions: An exploration of their characteristics and purposes they serve
7 October 2014 12:00

Anomalistic Psychology Research Unit Invited Speaker Series, 2014/15

The many facets of time
30 September 2014 18:00

An evening exploring time as perceived through music, dance, psychology, and a talk by Nobel Prize winning physicist, Professor Brian Josephson
01 Oct 2014 to 01 Oct 2014, Lecture Theatre 1, Blackett Laboratory

Carols by Candlelight
14 December 2014 17:00

A service of carols, readings and music for Christmas for staff, students and alumni.
15 Dec 2014 to 15 Dec 2014, Holy Trinity Church, Prince Consort Road

Gillian Rose Conference, 9 January 2015, Durham University Business School
7 August 2014 04:27

A one day conference on the work of Gillian Rose. Speakers include Andrew Brower Latz, Irene Lancaster, John Milbank, Peter Osborne, Marcus Pound, Andrew Shanks, Rowan Williams. Of interest to those working on critical theory, German idealism, Jewish and Christian philosophy and theology, Marxism.

Faculty of Science and Environment FLUX - sponsored by Babcock
30 September 2014 04:10

A fast paced competition for students to work in a team to plan and present a business strategy for a real business scenario, provided by Babcock.

Wild About Plymouth: Wriggly Rascals
26 September 2014 03:28

A National Storytelling Week 2015 event with the Wild About Plymouth team.

Balck in Business: Celebrating SOAS Women
9 October 2014 09:00

Date: 9 October 2014 05:00pm

Finishes:9 October 2014 07:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: MEET 116

A panel discussion featuring SOAS students and alumnae who have started enterprises which raise the profile of black history and culture. 

Feminisms in conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: Mapping 'women's movement' ...
9 October 2014 09:00

Date: 9 October 2014 05:00pm

Finishes:9 October 2014 06:30pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: Kamran Djam Lecture Theatre (DLT)

Spain - QS Madrid
9 October 2014 07:00

Date: 9 October 2014 03:00pm

Finishes:9 October 2014 08:00pm

Venue: other

Room:

Conceding to Thrive: Taiwan’s Path to Democracy and Lessons for China
8 October 2014 10:00

Date: 8 October 2014 06:00pm

Finishes:8 October 2014 08:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: DLT

The History of Bhutan (UK book launch)
8 October 2014 09:30

Date: 8 October 2014 05:30pm

Finishes:8 October 2014 06:30pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: 4426

In 2008, Bhutan emerged as the world’s youngest democracy and in the same year crowned the world’s youngest monarch. Today, it enchants the world with its policy of Gross National Happiness and has become a popular destination for travel. Nonetheless, Bhutan remains one of the most poorly studied places on earth.

Making Sense Out of Genocide
8 October 2014 09:15

Date: 8 October 2014 05:15pm

Finishes:8 October 2014 07:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: Khalili Lecture Theatre

Youk Chhang's mission is to help Cambodians deal with the trauma of the genocide by the Khmers Rouges. His organisation is amassing documentation on the 1974-9 years and he has played a key role in supporting and distributing information on the prosecution of the leaders of Democratic Kampuchea.

Beyond Situated, Everyday, Intersectional Bordering: Translocation, Transcalarity & ...
8 October 2014 09:00

Date: 8 October 2014 05:00pm

Finishes:8 October 2014 07:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: G51

Law and the Nigerian Civil War: Cases from the Biafran Court of Appeal, 1967-70
8 October 2014 09:00

Date: 8 October 2014 05:00pm

Finishes:8 October 2014 06:30pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: G51

How immigration detention ‘works’
8 October 2014 06:00

Date: 8 October 2014 02:00pm

Finishes:8 October 2014 03:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: G3

Man of Aran, 1931, 76 min.
8 October 2014 05:00

Date: 8 October 2014 01:00pm

Finishes:8 October 2014 03:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: Khalili Lecture Theatre

Simin Behbahani: A Career in Poetry
7 October 2014 09:45

Date: 7 October 2014 05:45pm

Finishes:7 October 2014 07:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: Khalili Lecture Theatre

Part of the LMEI's Tuesday Evening Lecture Programme on the Contemporary Middle East, The Middle East - Changing Economic and Political Landscapes.

Perceptions of the Religious Other in Southeast Asia: the baggage of history
7 October 2014 09:15

Date: 7 October 2014 05:15pm

Finishes:7 October 2014 07:00pm

Venue: Brunei Gallery

Room: B102

Land and Freedom: The MST, the Zapatistas and Peasant Alternatives to Neoliberalism (book launch)
7 October 2014 09:00

Date: 7 October 2014 05:00pm

Finishes:7 October 2014 07:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: G51

All Welcome, no need for booking.

Ottomans, North Africans, and Europeans at Sea: Exploring Maritime Legal Practices in the Early ...
6 October 2014 09:15

Date: 6 October 2014 05:15pm

Finishes:6 October 2014 07:15pm

Venue: Brunei Gallery

Room: B104

USA - NACAC Long Island National College Fair
5 October 2014 03:00

Date: 5 October 2014 11:00am

Finishes:5 October 2014 03:00pm

Venue: other

Room:

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