Events

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There are 10 events taking place next week
Monday 10th May 2021

School Brown Bag: Facundo Albornoz

Date
10/05/2021
Location:
MS Teams
Description
Parental home schooling

The Power of Creative Destruction

The Power of Creative Destruction
Date
10/05/2021
Location:
Online
Description
This free online event, which takes place on Monday 10 May, between and 5pm and 6pm will feature Philippe Aghion  talking about his book, " The Power of Creative Destruction: Economic Upheaval and the Wealth of Nations".
Tuesday 11th May 2021

Support with EndNote Online

Date
11/05/2021
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
Follow up session to our online resource to help you get started with using EndNote Online. Suitable for undergraduate (Year 2+) and masters students.

GEP Webinar: Sebastian Sotelo (University of Michigan)

Date
11/05/2021
Location:
Zoom
Description
Migration, specialization, and trade: Evidence from Brazil's march to the west
Wednesday 12th May 2021

Senior Academic Seminar: Pol Antras (Harvard University)

Date
12/05/2021
Location:
Zoom
Description
Globalization and pandemics
Thursday 13th May 2021

Understanding and embracing neurodiversity

Understanding and embracing neurodiversity
Date
13/05/2021
Location:
Online
Description
Learn more about neurodiversity as part of University of Nottingham's Disability Recognition Month.

Advancing your literature searching skills (Arts and Social Sciences)

Date
13/05/2021
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
Develop your literature searching skills to find information for projects and dissertations. Suitable for undergraduates (year two onwards) and masters students studying Arts and Social Sciences subjects.
Friday 14th May 2021

Critically appraising published literature (Arts and Social Sciences)

Date
14/05/2021
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
Discover how to think critically when reading and evaluating information, particularly papers found in published journals. Suitable for undergraduates (year two onwards) and masters students.
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