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  1. IAS Talking Points Seminar: Nietzsche and The Catcher in the Rye |…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/institute-of-advanced-studies/events/2020/may/ias-talking-points-seminar-nietzsche-and-catcher-rye

    12 May 2020: The IAS is delighted to welcome Dr Temitope Abisoye Noah (IAS Visiting Research Fellow) for this talk. Respondent: Dr Thomas Stern (UCL Philosophy)

    The IAS is delighted to welcome Dr Temitope Abisoye Noah (IAS Visiting Research Fellow) for this talk. Respondent: Dr Thomas Stern (UCL Philosophy)

  2. STORMLAMP Project Workshop | Heritage Science and Engineering Network …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/heritage-science-engineering/events/2020/may/stormlamp-project-workshop

    13 May 2020: The STORMLAMP project is a comprehensive EPSRC-funded project focusing on the structural response of rock mounted lighthouses to wave loading. The 4 year project commenced in May 2016 and is a unique collaboration between University of Plymouth,

    The STORMLAMP project is a comprehensive EPSRC-funded project focusing on the structural response of rock mounted lighthouses to wave loading. The 4 year project commenced in May 2016 and is a unique collaboration between University of Plymouth,

  3. Perspectives: Public support for sustainable development | Faculty of …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/social-historical-sciences/events/2020/may/perspectives-public-support-sustainable-development

    13 May 2020: Jennifer Hudson, Professor of Political Behaviour, UCL Department of Political Science, delivers her Inaugural Lecture: 'Perspectives: Public support for sustainable development'

    Jennifer Hudson, Professor of Political Behaviour, UCL Department of Political Science, delivers her Inaugural Lecture: 'Perspectives: Public support for sustainable development'

  4. IAS Talking Points Seminar: A literary-physiological perspective on…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/institute-of-advanced-studies/events/2020/may/ias-talking-points-seminar-literary-physiological-perspective-nineteenth-century

    13 May 2020: We are delighted to welcome Visiting Research Fellow Dr Alessia Pannese for this talk. Respondents: Professor Patrick Haggard (Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, UCL) and Mike Jay (independent curator).

    We are delighted to welcome Visiting Research Fellow Dr Alessia Pannese for this talk. Respondents: Professor Patrick Haggard (Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, UCL) and Mike Jay (independent curator).

  5. Online STORMLAMP workshop: Monitoring and Modelling- maritime…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/civil-environmental-geomatic-engineering/events/2020/may/online-stormlamp-workshop-monitoring-and-modelling-maritime-structures-under

    13 May 2020: Join us for this online UCL workshop to mark the end of the EPSRC-funded STORMLAMP research project (STructural behaviour Of Rock Mounted Lighthouses At the Mercy of imPulsive waves). Involving engaging presentations on project findings, lighthouse

    Join us for this online UCL workshop to mark the end of the EPSRC-funded STORMLAMP research project (STructural behaviour Of Rock Mounted Lighthouses At the Mercy of imPulsive waves). Involving engaging presentations on project findings, lighthouse

  6. Cancer Domain Symposium 2020 | UCL Cancer Institute - UCL –…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/cancer/events/2020/may/cancer-domain-symposium-2020

    15 May 2020: In light of current developments related to Covid-19, the UCL Cancer Domain Symposium, originally scheduled for Friday 15th May, will be postponed. This decision has been taken to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our community.

    In light of current developments related to Covid-19, the UCL Cancer Domain Symposium, originally scheduled for Friday 15th May, will be postponed. This decision has been taken to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our community.

  7. Lunch Hour Lecture: Can universities make cities better places? | UCL …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/events/events/2020/may/lunch-hour-lecture-can-universities-make-cities-better-places

    19 May 2020: This UCL East Lunch Hour Lecture will consider the impacts and potential benefits of university development on the re-shaping of the physical and social landscapes of cities.

    This UCL East Lunch Hour Lecture will consider the impacts and potential benefits of university development on the re-shaping of the physical and social landscapes of cities.

  8. POSTONED: ILPP: The Duty to Treat Others as Equals: Who Stands Under…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/events/2020/may/postoned-ilpp-duty-treat-others-equals-who-stands-under-it

    19 May 2020: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED

    THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED

  9. Talking Points Seminar: Malcolm X and Educational Practice |…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/institute-of-advanced-studies/events/2020/may/talking-points-seminar-malcolm-x-and-educational-practice

    19 May 2020: The IAS looks forward to welcoming back former Visiting Research Fellow Dr Arun Rasiah, Associate Professor & Director of Liberal Studies at Holy Names University in Oakland, California for this talk. Respondents: Xine Yao (English, UCL) and Darren

    The IAS looks forward to welcoming back former Visiting Research Fellow Dr Arun Rasiah, Associate Professor & Director of Liberal Studies at Holy Names University in Oakland, California for this talk. Respondents: Xine Yao (English, UCL) and Darren

  10. Education isolation: the challenges of place for schools in England | …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/events/2020/may/education-isolation-challenges-place-schools-england

    21 May 2020: In this online webinar, Professor Ovenden-Hope presents her research on early career teacher retention and research conducted with Dr Rowena Passy that explores education isolation.

    In this online webinar, Professor Ovenden-Hope presents her research on early career teacher retention and research conducted with Dr Rowena Passy that explores education isolation.

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