New and upcoming university events: 9 November - 2 December


Feminist economics and our GRE Research & Enterprise Awards.

Upcoming events

View details of these events in the Events Calendar.

DateEvent details
Sat 10 November - Sat 15 DecemberSound/Image (2018) Exhibition, Greenwich campus
Sat 10 - Sun 11 NovemberLoudspeaker Orchestra Concert Series: Sound/Image colloquium, Greenwich campus
Wed 14 NovemberGreat Talks: Professor Jeremy Everett, Medway campus
Thurs 15 NovemberFeminist economics: Gender equality and a caring economy, Greenwich campus
Tues 20 NovemberLearning, Quality and Standards Committee, Greenwich campus
Wed 21 NovemberRents you pay yourself and invisible services your bank provides, Greenwich campus
 Open lecture on Pedagogic Research, Greenwich campus
Thurs 22 NovemberIncome-Led Growth in Korea: Evaluation and Prospects, Greenwich campus
Sat 24 NovemberUniversity Open Day, all campuses
Tues 27 NovemberBig Picture seminar: Hugh Taylor: Living well and dying well, Greenwich campus
Wed 28 NovemberGRE Research & Enterprise Awards & Celebration, Medway campus
Thurs 29 NovemberWorkshop on Financialisation, Growth and Welfare State, Greenwich campus
 Black History Season seminar series 2018-19: Professor Lucy Bland, Greenwich campus

New events

The following events have been added to the calendar this week:

  • Sound/Image (2018) Exhibition, 10 November - 15 December
  • Open lecture on Pedagogic Research, 21 November
  • The 2018 Big Picture seminar series. For more details, read our Internal News story
  • GPERC events for November 2018. For more details, read our Internal News Story.

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