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There are 8 events taking place this week
Saturday 22nd November 2014

Being Human Festival: Hammer of Defiance

Being Human Festival: Hammer of Defiance
Date
21 - 22 November 2014
Location:
Court 1, Galleries of Justice, Nottingham
Description
Part of the 'Being Human' Festival. A play recounting the Luddite rebellion – performed in a unique, historic location.

Being Human Festival: Being Arthur

Being Human Festival: Being Arthur
Date
22 - 23 November 2014
Location:
Nottingham city centre
Description
Part of the 'Being Human' Festival. Join us for the first-ever live 24-hour Twitter presentation of Alan Sillitoe's 'Saturday Night and Sunday Morning'.
Sunday 23rd November 2014

Being Human Festival: Being Arthur

Being Human Festival: Being Arthur
Date
22 - 23 November 2014
Location:
Nottingham city centre
Description
Part of the 'Being Human' Festival. Join us for the first-ever live 24-hour Twitter presentation of Alan Sillitoe's 'Saturday Night and Sunday Morning'.

University Wind Orchestra

University Wind Orchestra
Date
23 November 2014
Location:
Great Hall; Trent Building; University Park
Description
On the programme is postgraduate composer Angela Slater's Stormscape which was premiered by the Wind Orchestra June 2013 and has been revised for this performance. Conducted by Adam Whittaker and Alex Rickells.

Being Human Festival: We Are Many

Being Human Festival: We Are Many
Date
23 November 2014
Location:
Broad Street, Broadway Media Centre, NG1 3AL, Nottingham
Description
Final event of the 'Being Human' Festival. Exploring the rise of mass protest with film director Amir Amirani.
Tuesday 25th November 2014

Projects, professionalism and pendulums: higher education on the move

Projects, professionalism and pendulums: higher education on the move
Date
25 November 2014
Location:
A33, LR9 Food Science Building, sutt, Sutton Bonington
Description
Student research is the ultimate heuristic tool, but supervising projects is tricky. Research is uncertain and demands on staff time are huge, yet the student needs a good degree and the supervisor wants a successful career. Can this conundrum be resolved?
Wednesday 26th November 2014

Charity Quiz Night in aid of Forever Stars

Charity Quiz Night in aid of Forever Stars
Date
26 November 2014
Location:
Atrium, Jubilee Campus, The National College
Description
Join our quiz night to test your mettle and support Forever Stars! This local charity was set up to raise funds for a bereavement suite at Queen's Medical Centre.
Thursday 27th November 2014

Peer review in public: rise of the cyber-bullies?

Peer review in public: rise of the cyber-bullies?
Date
27 November 2014
Description
As part of the Institute for Science and Society seminar series, Professor Philip Moriarty questions the impact of web technologies on peer review.
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