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  • Open Dome Visitors talking about telescopes


    Open Dome Event - A Life Time of Astronomical Observations

    Public lectures

    24 April 2019

    8 pm - 10 pm

    Amateur astronomers have varied backgrounds and inspire others. Hear more about the life of a passionate and long serving amateur astronomer Mr A Heath (NAS) in his talk A life time of astronomical observations supported by Mr J Dawson (NAS).


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  • managing rapid growth


    Building Stronger Sales

    Elevator - workshops for creative and digital businesses

    Networking | Public lectures | Seminars | Workshops

    26 April 2019

    9.30 am - 4.30 pm

    Improve your capacity of gaining new clients and potential investors through writing effective sales proposals and delivering knock-out pitches.


  • Nottingham Poetry Festival


    Nottingham Poetry Festival

    Curated & Created by NTU

    Public lectures

    26 April 2019 - 5 May 2019

    12 am - 12 am

    Nottingham Poetry Festival is back for the fourth time and is bigger – and better – than ever, with the 2019 line-up featuring a dazzling array of talent.


  • Chris Mcloughlin performing on stage


    NTU x NTSU present Chris McLoughlin - part of Nottingham Poetry Festival

    Curated & Created by NTU - Writer in Residence

    Public lectures

    28 April 2019

    7 pm - 8.30 pm

    Join NTU's Writer in Residence, Bridie Squires, and Beeston based poet, Chris McLoughlin, for a night of poetry and spoken word as part of this year's Nottingham Poetry Festival.


  • digital marketing


    Pay Per Click

    Elevator - Digital Marketing Spotlight

    Networking | Public lectures | Seminars | Workshops

    30 April 2019

    9.30 am - 4 pm

    Improve your return on advertising spend through data-driven, results-focused PPC management.


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  • Alistair Bruce side shot


    Professor Alistair Bruce Inaugural Lecture

    Risk, reward, power and avarice: insights from the betting shop and the boardroom

    Networking | Public lectures

    2 May 2019

    5.30 pm - 7 pm

    This inaugural lecture offers insights into Alistair’s two main strands of research. First, he introduces us briefly to the oft-misunderstood topic of horserace betting research, explaining its particular appeal and potential and sharing insights into how environmental uncertainty and complexity affect individuals’ decision-making behaviour and performance in the natural setting. The second part of the lecture focuses on a different, though not unrelated topic – that of executive pay.


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  • Linton Kwesi Johnson


    NPF presents: Linton Kwesi Johnson supported by Jamie Thrasivoulou and Bridie Squires

    Curated & Created by NTU - Nottingham Poetry Festival

    Public lectures

    4 May 2019

    7.30 pm - 10.30 pm

    Don't miss the living legend and father of 'reggae poetry' Linton Kwesi Johnson, as he performs at this year's Nottingham Poetry Festival.Support comes from local poets Jamie Thrasivoulou and Bridie Squires, NTU's Writer in Residence.


  • Rory Campbell


    Leading and engaging; for, with and on purpose

    Business Leaders Lecture Series - Rory Campbell, Partnership Registrar, John Lewis Partnership

    Networking | Public lectures

    7 May 2019

    6 pm - 7.30 pm

    Business Leaders Lecture Series. Rory Campbell - Partnership Registrar, John Lewis Partnership


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  • Neil Mansfield


    Professor Neil Mansfield Inaugural Lecture

    Making an impact through minimising impacts – Human Factors Engineering for comfort, performance and health

    Networking | Public lectures

    15 May 2019

    6.30 pm

    In this lecture, Professor Neil Mansfield explores his research into Human Factors Engineering, how this might appear to challenge a basic interpretation of Newton’s Laws, and how a combination of applied biomechanics, applied psychology, and applied engineering combine to enable design of vehicles that are usable, safe and comfortable.


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  • Eiluned Edwards_Inaugural lecture_2019


    From local knowledge to ‘local knowledge’

    An Inaugural Lecture by Professor Eiluned Edwards, School of Art & Design

    Networking | Public lectures | Seminars

    16 May 2019

    5 pm - 7 pm

    Professor Eiluned Edwards' ongoing research looks at the intersection of fashion and craft in India, and recognising the importance of historical periods such as the 17th century when Indian painted and printed cottons ("chintz") drove the development of global fashions, new technologies and trade, examines the contemporary relationship between craft production and luxury fashion.


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