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Alumni Dinner triumph

Alumni Dinner triumph

Posted by er134 at Mar 12, 2014 02:48 PM |

Record numbers attended annual gala evening last month

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HM The Queen honours work of University

HM The Queen honours work of University

Posted by pt91 at Feb 28, 2014 05:25 PM |

Multidisciplinary work receives highest accolade

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University announces new Vice-Chancellor

University announces new Vice-Chancellor

Posted by pt91 |

Chief Executive of the Economic and Social Research Council and President of Science Europe, Professor Paul Boyle, to succeed Professor Sir Bob Burgess in October

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University Business interview with Vice-Chancellor

University Business interview with Vice-Chancellor

Posted by er134 at Nov 05, 2013 01:19 PM |

Professor Burgess comments on the changing face of higher education

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Vice-Chancellor declares College Court officially open for business

Vice-Chancellor declares College Court officially open for business

Posted by ap507 at Oct 01, 2013 03:30 PM |

Opening ceremony for our state-of-the-art £17.5 million Conference Centre

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HEA project to initiate national debate on degree classifications

HEA project to initiate national debate on degree classifications

Posted by ap507 at Sep 27, 2013 09:05 AM |

Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Robert Burgess to chair national advisory group

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The New History Lab

The New History Lab

Celebrate the diverse range of history being studied in the School along with tea and homemade cake!

The English Urban Renaissance Revisited

Symposium celebrating 25 yrs since the publication of Peter Borsay’s book and exploring the continued relevance of the ‘English Urban Renaissance’.

Friday 18 July 2014

English Urban Renaissance portlet

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Call for Papers

The Carceral Archipelago:
Transnational Circulations in Global Perspective, 1415-1960

13-15 September 2015

This conference will bring together historians and associated researchers of penal settlements and colonies from all over the world.

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