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There are 5 events taking place this month
Friday 4th September 2015

What's new about 'blue collar' conservatism? First 100 days of Cameron's majority government

What's new about 'blue collar' conservatism? First 100 days of Cameron's majority government
Date
04/09/2015
Location:
Senate Chamber, Trent Building, University Park
Description
This conference will examine the trajectories set for public policy during the first 100 days of David Cameron's new government. It will explore tensions within government policy, the extent to which the new government is pursuing 'One Nation' conservatism, whether there is continuity in policies from the coalition to the new government, and the consequences of austerity.
Thursday 10th September 2015

Black men and invisibility – how to rethink the criminal justice system

Black men and invisibility – how to rethink the criminal justice system
Date
10/09/2015
Location:
39-41 Gregory Boulevard, New Art Exchange, NG7 6BE
Description
In this Get Up Stand Up! event, Martin Glynn (Centre for Health and Social Care Improvement), Vivien Miller (Centre for Research in Race and Rights), and Get Up Stand Up artists will debate the topic 'Black men and invisibility: how to rethink the criminal justice system'.
Tuesday 15th September 2015

The 'personality' of educational objects

The 'personality' of educational objects
Date
15/09/2015
Location:
C42, Dearing Building, Jubilee Campus
Description
Dr Mathew Inglis, Mathematics Education Centre, University of Loughborough, presents studies where he has used methods developed by psychologists interested in understanding human personalities to investigate the 'personalities' of educational objects.
Wednesday 23rd September 2015

Special seminar 23rd September 2015

Special seminar 23rd September 2015
Date
23/09/2015
Location:
Jubilee Campus, Nottingham
Description
Departing from our usual Special Seminar series format, this event is specifically aimed at professional women who are considering a potential career change that may involve setting up in business in some capacity. The Haydn Green Institute and We Are Unstuck recognise that there is currently little discussion and support out there to stimulate new ideas and life perspectives that mid-career women have.
Wednesday 30th September 2015

Towards a silent aircraft

Towards a silent aircraft
Date
30/09/2015
Location:
Coates Road Auditorium, University Park
Description
Although aircraft noise has reduced considerably since the introduction of high speed jet transport, the further improvement of existing technologies represents a significant challenge. In this lecture, Professor Dame Ann Dowling will discuss what generates noise on modern civil aircraft, the ways in which technologies may be integrated to reduce noise, and the benefits of a long-term radical rethink of aircraft configuration.
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