The University in the Community

The University of Nottingham is committed to active engagement with its local communities, schools and colleges and the public in general. This is done in a variety of ways that are of value and benefit to the community and University alike - such as the exchange of skills and knowledge and the sharing of facilities and physical resources.


Upcoming events

Everyday Rituals in the British Empire and After, c1880-1980

A22 Humanities Building

Apollo Legacy: How Engineers Landed People on the Moon

B1 Physics Building
This interactive lecture uses archive footage of the Apollo 11 spacecraft landing on the Moon in July 1969 and how engineers (from many backgrounds) made this happen. We will briefly look at the Artemis programme to get the first woman and the first person of colour to walk on the Moon in the next few years!There will also be UK built rocket engines from the 50's and 60's as well as some examples of how you can get involved in Space Engineering at home. We will also highlight some of the amazing work the University of Nottingham does in Space and spaceflight applications.

222 photographs in 44'33'' [Silent Lecture]

Law and Social Sciences (LASS) Building, Room B62
An inaugural lecture by Dimitris Papadopoulos is Professor of Science, Technology and Society in the School of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Nottingham.

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