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Memory Lane: A 1960s day out in Beeston

Memory Lane: A 1960s day out in Beeston
Description
Take a trip down Memory Lane as one alumni describes a day out in 1960s Beeston - complete with jiving chips!
Date:
24/02/2021

Reset: the new Biden-Harris Administration

Reset: the new Biden-Harris Administration
Description
Professor Todd Landman reflects on the peaceful transfer of power in the United States, even under challenging conditions, and the road ahead for the Biden-Harris Administration.
Date:
28/01/2021

Coronavirus vaccine Q&A with Professor Keith Neal

Coronavirus vaccine Q&A with Professor Keith Neal
Description
The Coronavirus vaccine is a topic on everyone's minds at the moment - we caught up with one of the University's leading experts to understand what it all means and answer some common questions.
Date:
28/01/2021

Five ways to invest in your health and wellbeing this month

Five ways to invest in your health and wellbeing this month
Description
Here's five ways to boost your health and wellbeing this month thanks to our talented University staff, volunteers and friends! Whether it's physical, mental or social, hopefully there's something for everyone.
Date:
20/01/2021

Memory Lane: The University's first rock group

Memory Lane: The University's first rock group
Description
Join us for a trip down Memory Lane as we introduce the first of a new series of articles based on your memories of campus. We begin with "the University's first rock group."
Date:
19/01/2021

My Office: Levison Wood

My Office: Levison Wood
Description
We're taking you behind-the-scenes in our series, My Office, exploring the working spaces of alumni around the world. In this edition, we chat to travel writer, explorer and photographer Levison Wood about 'the best job in the world'.
Date:
29/10/2020

Solving the water crisis

Solving the water crisis
Description
We meet Tabitha Wacera, entrepreneur and Ingenuity19 winner, to chat about how she is on a mission to solve the water crisis once and for all.
Date:
29/10/2020

Brexit: Where are we now?

Brexit: Where are we now?
Description
The end of the year marks the passing of the official transition period and the UK leaving the European Union. But what remains to be done before then and is there any likelihood of a deal being signed before the end of October? We asked some of the University's leading experts to catch us up.
Date:
30/09/2020

Managing the imposter phenomenon

Managing the imposter phenomenon
Description
Ever heard of the imposter phenomenon, that feeling of doubt about your accomplishments that can leave you feeling a 'fraud' and incompetent at your job? Dr Terri Simpkin, Associate Professor at Nottingham University Business School, explores how workplaces are affected by this phenomenon and what leaders can do to better support those who feel like they are "faking it".
Date:
29/09/2020

Learning to learn: how to future-proof your career

Learning to learn: how to future-proof your career
Description
Given the consequences of Covid-19 and the rise of the fourth industrial age, many of us find ourselves considering how our careers might unfold. Dr Terri Simpkin, Associate Professor at Nottingham University Business School, explores how we can harness the power of effective learning to improve our employability in the wake of the pandemic peak.
Date:
27/08/2020
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