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University of Worcester Lecture Series

Professor John Newbury will deliver his lecture called From the Double Helix to Spider Goats: the Ongoing Story of DNA on Wednesday 5 March at 5.30pm in The Studio at The Hive. Over the last two years there has been an explosion of information about DNA with many applications that affect people and society. In […]

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Guest Lecture: ‘The River Severn and the Growth of West Midlands Industry’

Institute of Humanities & Creative Arts History Guest Lecture Series ‘The River Severn and the Growth of West Midlands Industry’ Dr Barrie Trinder Friday 7 March 2014, 2.15pm The Studio, The Hive, Sawmill Walk, The Butts, Worcester, WR1 3PB Dr Barrie Trinder is an international authority on the history of industry, the editor of the […]

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University of Worcester Lecture Series

Professor John Newbury will deliver his lecture called From the Double Helix to Spider Goats: the Ongoing Story of DNA on Wednesday 5 March at 5.30pm in The Studio at The Hive. Over the last two years there has been an explosion of information about DNA with many applications that affect people and society. In […]

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Worcester Business School Annual Lecture

Dear Colleague I have pleasure in inviting you to the Worcester Business School Annual Lecture on Tuesday 4th March, 5.30pm at St John’s Campus. Full details can be found on the attached flyer. The WBS Lecture has become an established event in the local business community and we are delighted that Anne Godfrey, Chief Executive […]

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University of Worcester Lecture Series

Professor John Newbury will deliver his lecture called From the Double Helix to Spider Goats: the Ongoing Story of DNA on Wednesday 5 March at 5.30pm in The Studio at The Hive. Over the last two years there has been an explosion of information about DNA with many applications that affect people and society. In […]

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Holocaust Survivor Testimony – Zigi Shipper

Anyone who missed hearing the Survivor Testimony of Zigi Shipper, delivered at the University in November, can now watch the recording of his testimony via the following link: https://uniview.worc.ac.uk/view.aspx?id=3035~4l~LrqgFhRf Thanks again to Zigi and the Holocaust Educational Trust. Dr Wendy Toon

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History Guest Lecture Series: Stephen Dalziel

Thursday, 20 March 2014 Living Through History – Part 1: How chilly was the Cold War? Part 2: Reporting the Collapse of the Soviet Union Stephen Dalziel, former lecturer in Soviet Military Studies at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst and BBC Russian Affairs Analyst 1988-2004, will discuss his experience of ‘living through history’ with specific […]

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History Guest Lecture Series: Dr Paula Bartley

Monday, 24 February 2014 ‘The Mighty Atom’ – Ellen Wilkinson and Parliamentary Politics, 1924-1947: An Illustrated Talk Dr Paula Bartley will examine the life and times of Ellen Wilkinson in relation to her upcoming biography of Ellen entitled, Ellen Wilkinson: From Red Suffragist to Government Minister, Pluto Press (2014). In her day “Red Ellen” as […]

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‘Question Time’ – Crime and the Criminal Justice System in West Mercia

7 March 2014, 5.30 – 7pm Cotswold B (EE 1107), St John’s Campus The West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Bill Longmore introduced his ‘Police and Crime Plan’ for West Mercia in April 2013, which runs until 31st March 2017. This event gives the Deputy PCC Barrie Sheldon the opportunity to outline progress to […]

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Professorial Lecture Series

The University of Worcester has announced a series of eight Professorial Lectures in 2014. These public lectures are open to all and will take place in The Studio at The Hive every month in University semester time. The lectures will cover a wide variety of topics and will begin on Wednesday 5 February at 5.30pm […]

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History Guest Lecture Series

History Guest Lecture Series/Transnational Studies Research Group: On Tuesday 10th December at 12.30, Professor John Oldfield will be giving a lecture on ‘Transatlantic Abolitionism in the Age of Revolution, 1787-1820’. This lecture will take place in the Studio at the Hive. All welcome. Please contact s.schwarz@worc.ac.uk if you would like further details. Download the flyer for […]

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Professor Claire Cochrane’s Inaugural Professorial Lecture

Inaugural Professorial Lecture: ‘Standing in a Different Place: Regional Theatre and the Making of History’ by Professor Claire Cochrane Tuesday 26 November, 5.15pm for 5.30pm University of Worcester St John’s Campus I have great pleasure in inviting colleagues to the Inaugural Professorial Lecture of Professor Claire Cochrane at 5.30pm on Tuesday 26 November 2013 at […]

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Geographies of Citizenship

The 62nd Lovatt Lecture Geographies of Citizenship Dr Richard Yarwood (Plymouth University) Tuesday 29 October 6pm Yelland Lecture Theatre All welcome