Centre of Evidence Based Dermatology

Events

What does it really mean to teach for conceptual understanding?

Date
20/03/2024
Location:
Dearing Building Jubilee Campus
Description
Seminar for primary and secondary maths colleagues in partnership schools

History Research Seminar - 20 March

Date
20/03/2024
Location:
Lenton Grove A18
Description
History research seminars with resident and visiting guest speakers.

History Postgraduate Work in Progress Seminars - 20 March

Date
20/03/2024
Location:
Humanities A22
Description
Seminars organised by history postgraduates.

Wild Isles in Concert and Sustainability Showcase

Wild Isles in Concert and Sustainability Showcase
Date
20/03/2024
Location:
Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Description
During this year's Sustainability Action Week (18-22 March) our Sustainability team and Music Department are joining forces to present a special musical performance of Wild Isles in Concert by BBC Concert Orchestra.

Advancing your literature searching skills (Engineering)

Date
21/03/2024
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
Develop your literature searching skills to find information for projects and dissertations. This session is suitable for undergraduates (year two onwards) and masters students studying Science subjects.

Preparing for exams

Date
21/03/2024
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
This session will help you to strengthen your revision planning, consider different ways to boost your memory, and provide you with strategies for ensuring you answer the question when exam time comes. Open to all students.

CFCM Seminar: Pontus Rendahl (Copenhagen Business School)

Date
21/03/2024
Location:
A01 Highfield House
Description
Market power, growth and inequality (A01, HH)

NICEP Seminar: Yotam Margalit (Tel Aviv University)

Date
21/03/2024
Location:
E07 Monica Partridge Building

The past of our city: The history of Sparta through its standing ancient architectural remains with Anastasia Panagiotopoulou

Date
21/03/2024
Location:
Microsoft Teams online event
Description
Join leading academics for this week's lecture followed by a general discussion.

Public lecture: That which does not kill us...

Public lecture: That which does not kill us...
Date
21/03/2024
Location:
Chemistry X1, University of Nottingham NG7 2RD, University Park
Description
In this talk, Dr Laura Blackie will discuss the extent to which the scientific evidence supports that individuals' perceptions of post-traumatic growth are aligned with reality, and the challenges in studying this phenomena with the scientific method.
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Centre of Evidence Based Dermatology

The University of Nottingham
Applied Health Research Building
University Park, Nottingham
NG7 2RD


telephone: +44 (0) 115 84 68631
email: cebd@nottingham.ac.uk