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Positively empowering

Positively empowering
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We meet Mary Dinah, businesswoman and humanitarian, to chat about how she is helping thousands of young Nigerians to achieve their ambitions by changing the system at each step of the chain from education to employment.
Date:
30/03/2020

We're helping in the fight against Covid-19

We're helping in the fight against Covid-19
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During these unprecedented times, our University is more committed than ever to supporting our communities, both in the UK and internationally. Here are some of the ways our University community is helping in the fight against COVID-19.
Date:
30/03/2020

Coronavirus - Seven ways to cope with stress and maintain good mental health

Coronavirus - Seven ways to cope with stress and maintain good mental health
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Many of us around world will be experiencing higher levels of stress and the situation has the potential to impact on our mental well-being. Dr Kathleen Green (Forensic Psychology DForenPsy, 2015), assistant professor and registered forensic psychologist, shares seven tips for coping with stress and maintaining good mental health during this time.
Date:
27/03/2020

Life in Ningbo, China during the coronavirus pandemic

Life in Ningbo, China during the coronavirus pandemic
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Just as life began to change dramatically in the UK, restrictions were being eased on people's movements and business operations in Ningbo, China. We asked our staff and students at University of Nottingham Ningbo China to share their experiences of life in Ningbo during the coronavirus pandemic.
Date:
27/03/2020

Breaking boundaries at the BBC

Breaking boundaries at the BBC
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We meet Ben Hunte, the BBC's first LGBT Correspondent, to chat about representing the diversity of the LGBT community, being a journalist in the social media age, and why the voice of the BBC still matters today.
Date:
28/02/2020

All the world's a stage

All the world's a stage
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Oscar-nominated actor Samantha Morton returned to her Nottingham roots to receive an honorary degree from the University in December, where she revealed an unusual family connection to the University!
Date:
30/01/2020

Legal disruption: Brexit and its impact?

Legal disruption: Brexit and its impact?
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As the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, we spoke to Professor Catherine Barnard, an expert in European Union Law, about the next steps in the Brexit process, the legal significance of leaving the European Union and the impact of Brexit on the rule of law.
Date:
30/01/2020

20 books for 2020, chosen by you

20 books for 2020, chosen by you
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We asked you to share your recommendations for the best books you read in 2019 to help your fellow alumni discover something new in 2020. Here's a selection of the huge range of recommendations we received.
Date:
30/01/2020

What is the future of energy?

What is the future of energy?
Description
Former Chief Executive of National Grid plc and current President of the Energy Institute, alumnus Steve Holliday returned to campus for our 'audience with' lecture, as he discussed the Future of Energy.
Date:
29/11/2019

Have a very mindful Christmas

Have a very mindful Christmas
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Christmas is not necessarily the season of peace, love and joy, it can also prompt any number of negative emotions. Tom Granger Devonald (Philosophy, 2008) has written a new book 'Draw Breath' to help people learn to become more mindful, he shares his own personal journey from depression to becoming a passionate advocate for mindfulness.
Date:
29/11/2019
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