Join University of Nottingham Libraries on Monday 24 February, 5 – 6pm for a free workshop on Writing Diversely.
Food impacts our lives and we all have stories to share about it.
This lecture will give an overview of what we know about sperm, how they work, and why it’s important to talk about them
In the final year of a career spanning more than 40 years in education, Dr Max Biddulph uses autoethnography to link ‘the personal’ with ‘the political’ and ‘the cultural’ to trace the evolving story of LGBT+ issues and their intersection with education.
This session will combine suggested approaches for recognising potential people issues and how to manage them.
Nottingham Globalisation Lecture presents a lecture on The challenge of reaching global net zero by 2050.
Come find out more about how Nottingham City Council, Nottingham Trent University and University of Nottingham are working toward making Nottingham a carbon-neutral city.
A three-day personal and leadership development programme for disabled staff, tailored to reflect the challenges and experiences of disabled staff.
Science in the Park is a free, family aimed, science event
Hear inspiring stories from a diverse panel of University of Nottingham staff, students and alumni who have taken unusual paths