ScienceFestivalFrom Monday 26 October

Our Manchester Science Festival events kick off on Monday with a week packed with events for half-term holidaying youngsters.
Every year these are hugely popular with events in our fire labs and in Bolton One’s clinical simulation suite capturing the imagination of young minds.
Almost all events are full now, but organiser Dr Gill Smart says there are still a few places left for next Friday’s afternoon event. Full booking details for events are here

 

ArthurMillerProfThackerFriday 30 October

David Thacker’s Professorial inaugural lecture on Arthur Miller’s Broken Glass
David Thacker directed the British premiere of Broken Glass (and the world premiere of the final authorised text of the play) at The National Theatre in 1994. During this time he worked closely with Arthur Miller on the script and has a unique insight into the play’s development. He went on to direct the acclaimed film version for BBC and WGBH Boston, collaborating with Arthur Miller and the playwright David Holman on the screenplay. He then directed a radio version of the play for the BBC World Service and a production in Hebrew at the Cameri Theatre Tel Aviv. David will discuss the challenges he faced in directing these productions.
Professor Thacker’s inaugural lecture takes centre stage in the two day festival of Arthur Miller centenary celebrations. Full details of events over the two days are on our events webpages.

 

TIRIFrom Monday 2 November

The TIRI Global Learning Week ‘Bringing global knowledge into local programmes’
Celebrate global awareness! The UoB as part of its internationalisation strategy is committed to bringing international perspectives into the curriculum. The TIRI Global Learning Week is an opportunity to celebrate excellent teaching and research from partner institutions in Europe and beyond. Students will find out more about international dimensions to their disciplines, and opportunities to study or undertake placements in Europe through Erasmus+.

 

Thursday 19 November

The University of Bolton is holding its fourth annual Careers and Opportunities Fair this November. This is an exciting opportunity for our students and graduates to meet and network with a range of key employers in a friendly and relaxed environment from 11am-2.30pm.
This event will help to kick-start your career, give you the opportunity to explore your options and provide you with a chance to apply for a wide range of jobs and placement opportunities.

This year we are also hosting a range of Master Classes as part of this event. A number of key employers and University departments will be on hand to provide you with their industry knowledge and advice about a graduate career in their sector. You will have a chance to ask questions and understand more fully, what they expect from graduate applicants.

 

Thursday 26 November

The Magna Carta 800th Anniversary: Lessons for the Future, Lessons for Other Places
Leading authority on the Magna Carta, Professor Nicholas Vincent, will be visiting the University of Bolton to speak on the document lauded as the foundation stone of the British legal system. This is the Magna Carta’s 800th anniversary year – the Magna Carta was signed on 15 June 1215 by King John. Professor Vincent’s lecture, The Magna Carta 800th Anniversary: Lessons for the Future, Lessons for Other Places, will be the third in the annual series of Centre for Islamic Finance lectures. It takes place at the University’s Senate House on Thursday 26 November 2015. The event will start at 4pm with registration and refreshments, followed by the lecture at 5pm. Book here

 

 

 

 

 


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