What is ‘University’?

This is your opportunity to hear from senior figures with varying administrative and academic roles in the University of Nottingham, ask your questions, and share your views.

This event is for academic and administrative staff, students and alumni of the University of Nottingham and asks:

  • What do you think is the purpose of a university?
  • What do you think it should be and might be in the future?

The panel discussion will be chaired by Prof Jeremy Gregory, FPVC for Arts. He will be joined by:

  • Prof Shearer West, Vice-Chancellor
  • Prof Pam Hagan, Senior Tutor and Director of Student Well-being, School of Medicine
  • Dr Paul Greatrix, University Registrar
  • Prof Philip Moriarty, School of Physics and Astronomy
  • Mr Andrew Winter, Campus Life Director
  • Ms Stacy Johnson, School of Health Sciences and Deputy Hall Warden
  • Prof Peter Stockwell, School of English

This event will take place 4-7pm on Thursday 7 November in the Teaching and Learning Building, University Park.

Afternoon tea will be served at 4pm in the Teaching and Learning Atrium alongside display of current students’ videos of What is ‘University’? The panel conversation will take place 5-7pm.

All staff, students and alumni are welcome. Attendance is free and registration is required.

For more information, and to book your place, please visit the event page.

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