This event, hosted by Kate Humble, seeks to foster discussion and collaboration between those with different perspectives with the aim of mapping out future directions.
Tags: archaeology, biodiversity, Department of Archaeology, ecology, Naomi Sykes
This event will bring together our current students and a range of alumni who work in various sectors to share their experience following graduation. This will be also an opportunity to showcase the opportunities available in the graduate careers market.
Tags: alumni, archaeology, Campaign and Alumni Relations Office, careers, Careers and Employability Service, Department of Archaeology
Dr Naomi Sykes from the Department of Archaeology discusses science, culture and engagement on a global scale. Part of the Institute for Science and Society seminar series.
Tags: Department of Archaeology, Institute for Science and Society, ISS, science, University Park
Nottingham’s underwater archaeologist Dr Jon Henderson is helping to survey the first ancient naval battle site […]
Appears in Issue 72
Tags: Battle of the Egadi Islands, Department of Archaeology, Dr Jon Henderson, Honor Frost Foundation
An innovative product is boosting pregnancies among older women at a Nottingham fertility clinic.
Appears in Issue 67
Tags: Ago Sikolo project, Charlecote Park, Department of Archaeology, Department of Architecture and Built Environment, Dr Naomi Sykes, Dr Nick Raine-Fenning, Education Africa, Embryoglue, Fair Game Initiative, Marie Lander, Nurture Fertility
The University in the news
Appears in Issue 64
Tags: Carbon Management Plan, Centre for the Study of the Viking Age, Department of Archaeology, Dr Jon Henderson, Dr Richard Simper, Economic Efficiency of Rehabilitative Management in Young Offenders Institutions in England and Wales, Eminate, Greenmetric league table, SODA-LO™ Salt Microspheres, sustainability, The Battle of Largs, The Last Battle of the Vikings
Date: Until Friday 17 December Time: Monday to Friday: 10am to 4pm Venue: University of Nottingham […]
Appears in Issue 43
Tags: Department of Archaeology, University of Nottingham Museum