student services roadshows

July Student Services roadshows — Learn the latest about Project Transform

Following on from the successful Student Services roadshows in April and May, another series of events will take place in July.

The July events will follow a similar structure, with an update on the project followed by the opportunity to ask questions.

By holding the sessions in July, it’s hoped that colleagues will see them as an excellent opportunity to prepare for the expected system go-live in August.

The events will be hosted by the Faculty Pro Vice Chancellors, or a representative, and the Registrar. Colleagues from Student Services will present at the sessions. They, along with representatives from Project Transform, will be on hand to answer any questions you have at the end of the presentation.

All staff from across the University are encouraged to attend. You can go to any of the sessions. There is no need to book, just turn up on the day.

The available roadshows are:

  • Wednesday 5 July, 2:30pm: B1 Physics Building, University Park – hosted by Prof Jeremy Gregory, Faculty PVC for Arts
  • Friday 7 July, 1:30pm: B63 Law and Social Sciences, University Park – hosted by Prof Andrew Long, Faculty PVC for Engineering
  • Monday 10 July, 2:30pm: CLT3 Exchange, Jubilee Campus – hosted Prof Todd Landman, Faculty PVC for Social Sciences
  • Wednesday 12 July, 11:30am: Lecture Theatre (A2016), Derby Royal Hospital – hosted by Prof Philip Atherton, Professor of Clinical, Metabolic & Molecular Physiology
  • Thursday 13 July, 11:30am: A33 Food Sciences, Sutton Bonington – hosted by Prof Matt Dickinson, Professor of Plant Pathology
  • Monday 17 July, 2:30pm: Studio 7, King’s Meadow Campus – hosted by Paul Greatrix, Registrar
  • Friday 21 July, 11:30am: A4, Medical School – hosted by Prof John Atherton, Faculty PVC for Medicine and Health Sciences

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