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    Matt Woodham: Sensing Systems

    Curated & Created by NTU - Bonington Gallery


    15 February 2020 - 28 March 2020

    10 am - 3 pm

    Matt Woodham is an artist, designer and technologist whose practice evades disciplinary definition. For Sensing Systems, Woodham’s debut solo exhibition, the gallery will be filled with a composition of connected installations, positioning visitors within a system of light, sound and motion. Visual and kinetic events will be sequenced by a central processing unit that distributes signals around the room.


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    Professor Johnnie Johnson Inaugural Lecture

    Uncertainty makes the impossible, possible: Reflections on the opportunities that uncertainty offers

    Public lectures

    17 February 2020

    5 pm - 7 pm

    In this inaugural lecture, Johnnie will draw on the results of his research to explore three questions: What important mistakes do most of us make when facing uncertainty? How can we better predict an uncertain future? What are the enormous gains we can make by handling uncertainty appropriately?


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    Lighting and Light Pollution Talk

    Public lectures | Seminars

    18 February 2020

    10 am - 11 am

    NTU’s Sustainable Development Team have invited Brian Healy from Bright Design Carbon Solutions Ltd to present to staff and students his ‘Lighting and Light Pollution’ talk.


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    Intergenerational partnerships: Young people and older people shaping local democracy

    Networking | Seminars | Workshops

    18 February 2020

    10 am - 1.30 pm

    Working with Nottingham City Council (NCC), the University of the Third Age (U3A) and Gedling Seniors council (GSC), we will convene two linked intergenerational events that will bring together younger and older citizens to co-construct a plan that will work towards improving intergenerational social connectivity across the local environment.


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    Professor Diane Coyle CBE

    Distinguished Lecture Series - New rules for the digital economy

    Public lectures | Seminars

    19 February 2020

    6 pm - 7.30 pm

    More than a quarter of a century into the digital revolution, and with wide applications of artificial intelligence on the horizon, the dramatic changes in technology have raced ahead of social institutions and the organisation of the economy. How do the rules and policies governing economic life need to adapt to the challenges posed by technological change, for everyone to benefit?


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  • NTU Newton Arkwright Building


    Equal Pay @ 50: Equal pay and its challenges in modern times

    Networking | Workshops

    27 February 2020

    9 am - 5 pm

    May 2020 will be 50 years since the passing of the UK’s Equal Pay Act in 1970, this event will bring together speakers from academia, business, unions and equality organisations to provide insight into the context of equal pay.


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  • An impression of Skyscape captured by Outsider Artist Collective.


    Open Dome - Special: Exploring Skyscapes

    Exhibitions | Public lectures

    28 February 2020

    7 pm - 9 pm

    Explore what the intangible sky means to us through our Writing Skyscapes exhibition, talks and readings at Nottingham Contemporary together with Outsider Artist Collective, Dr D Harty (LU) and H McGhie (UoS).  Join us to see striking photography and touching poetry tempting you to contribute yourself to this project.


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  • NNSC Conference


    The Crusades: Borders, Margins, Interfaces

    The Fourth Annual Symposium of the Northern Network for the Study of the Crusades

    Conferences | Networking | Workshops

    28 February 2020

    9.15 am - 5.30 pm

    A one-day symposium to explore crusading and related activities from the eleventh to fifteenth centuries with a special emphasis on the theory and practice of Borders, Margins, and Interfaces.


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    International Women's Week 2020

    A week of celebrations inspired by International Women's Day

    Public lectures | Seminars | Workshops

    2 March 2020 - 9 March 2020

    11.30 am - 4 pm

    A week of celebrations inspired by International Women's Day


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    Graduate and Placement Job Fair

    Exhibitions | Fairs | Networking

    3 March 2020

    11 am - 3 pm

    This event offers companies who are still actively recruiting students for their graduate and placement opportunities the prospect to engage students for whom end of term or graduation is fast approaching.