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Channel 4 and the digital revolution

Channel 4 and the digital revolution
Description
Over the course of the last 18 months the digital television landscape has transformed apace. We speak to alumnus Karl Warner (Politics, 2001) about life at E4, where he is currently the Controller and Head of Youth and Digital, as well as the battle of digital supremacy, diversity on screen and much more.
Date:
22/09/2021

Memory Lane: University life through a lens

Memory Lane: University life through a lens
Description
Alumnus Julian Hadden (Chemistry, 1990) was behind the camera lens for three years between 1987 and 1990 for the student newspaper Impact - he shares some his most memorable photos.
Date:
22/09/2021

The touchless technology transformation

The touchless technology transformation
Description
Take a leap into the future with 2020 Alumni Laureate Award winner, alumnus Steve Cliffe (Electrical Engineering, 1985). As the retiring CEO and President of Ultraleap, Steve is at the forefront of the development of a range of so-called 'touchless technologies'. He tells us how the Covid-19 pandemic is accelerating our transition to touchless.
Date:
27/08/2021

An Olympic and Paralympic photo diary

An Olympic and Paralympic photo diary
Description
If like us you've been enthralled and entertained by the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, here's your chance to go behind the scenes! The university was (and is still) proudly represented in both games by a number of alumni, as well as 22-year old student Tin-Tin Ho. Go behind the scenes with them in Tokyo.
Date:
27/08/2021

Memory Lane: My Guiding Lights

Memory Lane: My Guiding Lights
Description
We've been asking to hear about your 'Guiding Light' - the person (or people) who made a lasting impression on your life during your time here at Nottingham. Alumnus Chris Reading (Civil Engineering, 1968) tells us about two people who did just that.
Date:
18/08/2021

Why Covid-19 won't pull the plug on live music

Why Covid-19 won't pull the plug on live music
Description
Of all the areas of the UK economy affected by Covid-19, arguably the hardest hit has been that of live music and events. Jamie Njoku-Goodwin (Music, 2012; International Relations, 2013) is the current Chief Executive of industry body UK Music, he shares his experiences in leading the sector's recovery.
Date:
30/07/2021

How the new Graduate visa could transform careers for international students

How the new Graduate visa could transform careers for international students
Description
Learn more about the new Graduate visa, introduced by the UK government at the beginning of July - it enables international students to benefit from two years' work experience at any level without a salary threshold or skill requirement, meaning thousands can now begin their careers in the UK.
Date:
27/07/2021

Memory Lane: Henley 1958

Memory Lane: Henley 1958
Description
As we approach this year's Henley Regatta, one of England's quintessential sporting events, take a trip back to 1958 with alumnus Professor Michael Blackburn (Chemistry Ph.D, 1956-1959), who rowed as part of our Boat Club's crew over 60 years ago.
Date:
22/07/2021

The Big Picture: A new-look Nottingham Castle

The Big Picture: A new-look Nottingham Castle
Description
Join us for a look behind the scenes of Nottingham Castle and its new Rebellion Gallery through the eyes of curator Dr. Richard Gaunt, as it reopens to the public after a three year refurbishment.
Date:
22/06/2021

Memory Lane: University football in 1962

Memory Lane: University football in 1962
Description
Following the recent FA Cup final we take a look back through the archives, all the way to 1962 with alumnus Alan Williams (Industrial Economics, 1964). He shares the story of the university's footballing exploits in 1962 and 1963, from one near miss to a cup final success!
Date:
21/05/2021
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