Upcoming Events - Public lectures & seminars

International Autism Month Seminar

3 April 2019

This event is being offered by the School of Education to celebrate International Autism Month and to raise awareness of the needs of young people on the autism spectrum.

Torn from home: talk from a Holocaust child survivor

20 February 2019

The theme for Holocaust Memorial Day this year is “Torn from Home” and encourages audiences to reflect on how the enforced loss of a safe place to call home is part of the trauma faced by anyone experiencing persecution and genocide.

New small satellites standards

21 February 2019

Chantal Cappelletti, Assistant Professor University of Nottingham, gives a lecture on ‘new small satellites standards’ from educational tools to advanced applications.

How expectations about the world structure our perception

21 March 2019

When we perceive the world, our subjective perception is always the result of the integration of signals from the eyes, ears, or other sensory organs and stored memories as well as expectations about the future.

Survival Mandarin – free lunchtime language course

6 March — 3 April 2019

The Nottingham Confucius Institute is offering a free lunchtime language course for staff and students.

The future of US-China relations

7 March 2019

Nottingham Globalisation Lecture.

From guts to bones and back again: Inaugural lecture by Professor Felicity Rose

6 March 2019

This event will be chaired by Professor Kevin Shakesheff, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Faculty of Science.

Comparative Perspectives on Commercial Contracts, Security Interests and Insolvency

27 February 2019

The University of Nottingham Commercial Law Centre will be hosting a seminar on ‘Comparative Perspectives on Commercial Contracts, Security Interests and Insolvency’.

Pride in STEM – Nottingham Out Thinkers

18 February 2019

Curious about the science happening on your doorstep? Come meet some of the fabulous local LGBT+ researchers who make it happen.