Upcoming Events

Fundamentals of Clinical Trials

19 — 23 March 2018

A five-day course introducing the key considerations when designing and conducting a randomised clinical trial.

The Role of Conductive Education in an Early Years Setting

20 March 2018

This seminar will look at some of the effects of brain injuries on learning and will focus on how the parents of children with brain injuries can be involved in their child’s development.

BUCS Big Wednesday

21 March 2018

One of the biggest sporting events in the university calendar.

Veterinary Basic Surgical Skills

21 — 22 March 2018

A groundbreaking Continuing Professional Development course delivered by the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science.

Reading well: exploring the new Leisure Reading Collection

21 March 2018

A set of talks by University of Nottingham academics and librarians — as part of World Book Day and University Mental Health Day.

Globalisation and empire: global governance, colonial India and 1930s London

21 March 2018

This lecture will introduce debates about whether imperialism was the first phase of globalisation, and how empires and the League of Nations offered different models of global governance in the 1920-30s.

Nottingham Impact Accelerator: Official launch event and Knowledge Exchange prize

22 March 2018

Find out about the internal funding streams available to support translational research and knowledge exchange, at the official launch of the Nottingham Impact Accelerator.

Economic and social rights in Bangladesh

22 March 2018

A roundtable event hosted by the Institute for Asia and Pacific Studies, in association with the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice and the Human Rights Law Centre.

Freedom of expression in Bangladesh: Space for dissent closes down

22 March 2018

A lecture by Sara Hossain, lawyer at the Supreme Court of Bangladesh and honorary executive director of Bangladesh Legal Aid and Services Trust.

The implications of Lacanian Theory for understanding authenticity in tourism

23 March 2018

Presented by the Travel Cultures Network in collaboration with the Development Studies Association – Tourism Study Group, as part of the 2017-2018 seminar series: Authenticity and Development Discourses in Tourism.