Think stress is bad for you? Think again – it’s a natural fat fighterWhether settling down for a night in front of the TV, enjoying a session of yoga or jetting off to relax on the beach, we all have our own ways to de-stress and relax. But can a little stress actually be good for you? Fascinating new research from the University has shown that stress can activate the body’s natural fat-fighting defences – helping you burn calories. Find out more.
Join us on 3 May on University Park for our next Chancellor’s Lecture. Since the industrial revolution, the visionary determination of entrepreneurs to create innovative infrastructure solutions has driven industrial change and economic development. Now hear Andrew McNaughton (Civil Engineering, 1985), leading UK infrastructure expert, deliver a fascinating insight into the power of entrepreneurs to create transformational change. Register to attend.
We’re looking for employers and organisations who can offer placements or work experience to our politics and international relations students. A great opportunity to help our students enhance their employability, and provide skilled resource for your organisation, there are a variety of placement options available, from short-term voluntary programmes to paid placements. To find out more or to get involved please visit our giving time website.
Chancellor’s Lecture Series: Andrew McNaughton Entrepreneurs in Infrastructure – The Architects of Economic TransformationTuesday 3 May - Nottingham
Breast Cancer Research Open Day: meet our researchersSaturday 21 May - NottinghamAlumni Sports Challenge DaySaturday 11 June - Nottingham
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