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Making an Impact

The University's biggest-ever fundraising appeal has now raised £135m towards its £150m target and is already transforming lives locally, nationally and internationally. 

Raising the final £15m will be a big challenge so we hope even more people will be inspired to help us reach our ambitious goal. 

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Investing in sport

Investing in sport
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We want to grow sport at all levels and help our athletes and teams to achieve their sporting potential.

Global Food Security

Global Food Security
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We are striving to identify environmentally, socially and economically sustainable solutions to the potential food security crisis.

New Theatre

New Theatre
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The only student-run theatre in England, Nottingham New Theatre strives to nurture its members' skills and encourage creative excellence.

Cascade

Cascade
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Cascade awards up to £25,000 to student projects that will enrich the lives of our students and people across the world.

Children's Brain Tumour Research

Children's Brain Tumour Research
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Every year around 450 children in the UK are diagnosed with a brain tumour. Impact: The Nottingham Campaign supports research dedicated to improving the lives of young brain tumour sufferers and their families worldwide.

Nottingham Potential

Nottingham Potential
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Nottingham Potential provides a framework to draw together activities to promote and support educational aspirations and attainment within less advantaged communities locally.
 

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Pedal power raises £750,000

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The most successful University of Nottingham Life Cycle event has smashed its original fundraising target to reach a staggering £750,000 for Children's Brain Tumour Research.

Festival to bring Notts heroes and villains back to life

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Famous characters and key moments from the rich history of Nottinghamshire are being celebrated in the Being Human festival which showcases the University's arts and humanities research.

Vice Chancellor to receive his knighthood at Buckingham Palace

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Professor Sir David Greenaway is to receive his knighthood at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday 11 November.

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