Seminars, lectures and details of the free #GreGirlsCan activities taking place between 20-24 November, plus dodgeball and fizz at Avery Hill on Wednesday - find out more.

Upcoming events

View details of these events in the Events Calendar.

Date of eventEvent detail
Mon 20 Nov'Leave to Remain' film screening with Q&A with BAFTA award winning director Bruce Goodison.
6pm, Stockwell Street 11_0004, Greenwich campus
Mon 20 Nov - Fri 24 NovThis Girl Can #GreGirlsCan - Free activities all week
until 21 Novdiversity + inclusivity by Design - the exhibition is part of the London Design Festival 2017 and open to the public until 21 November 2017
Wed 22 NovBig Picture Seminar: Sam Bikersteth, Chief Executive, Climate and Development Knowledge Network at PwC, 5pm, KW303, Greenwich campus

Teaching Learning & Assessment Open Lecture series: Professor Richard Hall on 'Critical Pedagogy', 5.30pm, QA065, Greenwich campus

Professor Richard Hall from De Montfort University will give his talk titled: 'Dismantling the curriculum in higher education'  The lecture will also be broadcast live with Panopto, you can see more information about the talk on the EDU pages.

 FES Public Lecture Series: Direct and indirect implications of climate change: from global challenges to regional consequences, Dr Conor Walsh, NRI 6.30pm, Medway campus
 Science Research seminar series 2017-18: Ageing, mitochondria and using light to reduce teh pace of decline, Professor Glen Jeffrey, UCL
1-2pm, Jellicoe 106, Medway campus - bring your lunch!
 Democracy in Burma: Experience from the field, Dr Daniel Aguirre
17.30 - 18.30pm, QA063, Greenwich campus
 The Girl Can - Dodge-ball & Fizz #GreGirlsCan - a game of dodge-ball followed by a glass or two of fizz and the chance to meet and hear from Katrien Meire, one of only three, high level female executives in English Football.
4.30pm - 19.30pm, David Fussey Building, Avery Hill campus (you don't need a team to participate)
Mon 27 NovUniversity Court, Greenwich campus
Tue 28 NovStudent Experience Committee, Greenwich campus
Wed 29 NovLearning Quality and Standards Committee, Greenwich campus
 Academic Council, Greenwich campus
 Science Research seminar series 2017-18: Murder most florid: how plans and fungi help fight crime, Dr Mark Spencer, Linnaean Society
1-2pm, Jellicoe 106, Medway campus - bring your lunch!
 Big Picture Seminar: Lord Roger Liddle, UK Labour Member of the House of Lords and Co-Chair Policy Network
 5pm, KW303, Greenwich campus
 'Views from the Bench' Talk Series 2017-18: Lord Hughes
6pm, QA080 Greenwich campus 
Tickets free and available to students and staff from
Tue 5 DecUniversity Carol Services, 6pm and 8pm (sold out)
Wed 6 DecScience Research seminar series 2017-18: Non-invasive immune profiling, Dr Lynn Fitzgerald, St Georges, University of London
1-2pm, Jellicoe 106, Medway campus - bring your lunch!
 Big Picture Seminar: John Evans, General Secretary of the Trade Union Advisory Committee to the OECD 
5pm, KW303, Greenwich campus
 'Views from the Bench' Talk Series 2017-18: Lady Justice Thirlwall
6pm, QA080 Greenwich campus
Tickets free and available to students and staff from
 Research and Enterprise Training Institute (RETI) Launch Event in Stockwell Street (ticketed event) 5pm, Stockwell Street, Greenwich campus
Thu 7 DecTeaching Learning & Assessment Open Lecture seriesProfessor Ros Luckin on 'Artificial Intelligence and its impact on Education' 5pm, QA065, Greenwich campus

New events added to the calendar

The following events have been submitted in the last week:

  • Monday 20 November, Leave to Remain film screening with Q&A, 6pm Greenwich campus
  • Wednesday 22 November, Democracy in Burma: Experience from the Field, 17.30pm Greenwich campus
  • Wednesday 22 November, Dodge-ball and Fizz, 4.30pm, Avery Hill campus
  • Monday 20 November - Friday 24 November, This Girl Can #GreGirlsCan, free activities all week.

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You can add your events to the "Calendar of Events" on the portal using the "Submit a new event" link which you can find under Announcements on the staff portal home page. This enables your event to be included in future weekly events stories; it will be included when you add the event and again in the three weeks before it takes place, so the earlier you add your events the more they will be seen across the university.

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