We’re inviting the University of Nottingham community to help us decide who should become our next […]
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The University of Nottingham has officially thanked Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service for keeping the community […]
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Tags: Chancellor’s Award, Deputy Chief Fire Officer Wayne Bowcock, Dr Paul Greatrix, GlaxoSmithKline Sustainable Chemistry Laboratory, Jubilee Campus, Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service, Registrar, Sir Andrew Witty, The Fire Fighters’ Charity
This is what the Vice-Chancellor, Professor David Greenaway, was asked by Editorial Assistant Liz Goodwin (pictured) […]
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Tags: Alexander McLean, Alumni Achievement Awards, Athena SWAN Silver Award, Communications and Recruitment, Doctoral Training Centre, Editorial Assistant Liz Goodwin, Green Flag, Inside Out of Mind, Jubilee Campus, Life Cycle 3, Marketing, New Theatre, NOOC, Nottingham Open Online Course, Periodic Table of Videos, Pop Art to Britart: Modern Masters from the David Ross Collection, Professor David Greenaway, Sir Andrew Witty, stroke rehabilitation research, Sutton Bonington, The University of Nottingham Ningbo China, Time Magazine, Vice Chancellor
Sir Andrew Witty has been appointed as the University’s 7th Chancellor. Sir Andrew, Chief Executive Officer […]
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Sir Andrew Witty has been officially installed as the seventh Chancellor of The University of Nottingham.
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As the University’s outgoing Chancellor, Professor Yang Fujia, steps down, his determination to make world-class education a life-changing experience shows no sign of abating
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Sir Andrew Witty has been appointed as the University’s 7th Chancellor.
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GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and the University have formalised a collaboration to establish a new laboratory to accommodate a Centre of Excellence for sustainable chemistry, and to construct an innovative carbon neutral sustainable chemistry laboratory.
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Tags: CEO of GSK, Christopher Moody, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Impact: The Nottingham Campaign, Sir Andrew Witty, Sir Jesse Boot Professor of Chemistry, The GlaxoSmithKline Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry