What's on this week at the University of Leicester
Tuesday 29 May 2012
Free lunchtime entertainment from Soar Valley Music Centre.
- Embrace Arts, 12.45pm, free, More information
Bede and the origins of the Archbishopric of York
Public inaugural lecture by Professor Joanna Story (School of Historical Studies)
- Ken Edwards Building, Lecture Theatre 1, 5.30pm, free, More information
Wednesday 30 May 2012
National Conference in Medicine for the Elderly
Organised by the Stroke Research Group.
- Gilbert Murray Hall, More information
Geography Postgraduate Open Event
Find out about postgrad opportunities in the department.
- Bennett Building, 2.00pm, More information
Black Baudelaires, Bohemias and the Bronx: Experiences and Perceptions of South African Cities, 1940s to 1960s
Centre for Urban History Annual Lecture by Vivian Bickford-Smith (University of Cape Town)
- Attenborough Seminar Block, Lecture Theatre 3, 5.30pm, free, More information
Thursday 31 May 2012
CLEAPSS Chemical Safety
One-day CPD course for secondary teachers, at the Science Learning Centre East Midlands.
- School of Education, £95, More information
Collaborative Approaches to Science ITE
One-day conference organised by the Science Learning Centre East Midlands and the Association for Science Education.
- Science Learning Centre, More information
Sunday 3 June 2012
Writing Europe before 1450: A Colloquium
Three-day conference by School of English and University of Bergen's Medieval Research Centre
- University of Bergen, More information
Games People Play
Sport-inspired media by East Midlands and Indian artists.
- Embrace Arts, 8 May - 29 June 2012, More information
Keeping the Peace: 650 years serving the community
Touring exhibition: a fascinating look at the ancient role of the magistrate and the history behind its firm foundation..
- School of Law, 16 April-30 May 2012, free, More information
The Order of Things
Material from Leicester Arts and Museum Service, curated by Museum Studies postgraduates.
- School of Museum Studies, 19 University Road, until 17 June, More information