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‘Playing to win’ – highlights from Karren Brady’s lecture

Karren Brady CBE, Baroness of Knightsbridge and star of BBC’s The Apprentice, visited the University to deliver the first ever Chancellor’s Lecture on Thursday 26 March. Introduced by Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir David Greenaway, the lecture touched on a number of fascinating issues, with Baroness Brady sharing experiences from her unique career and giving insightful views in …

Best of the blogs: April

Best of the blogs is back with the most popular blog entries of the past month – our 10th year in China, climate change, CBEEBIES, and cash all feature below! From the Vice-Chancellor’s desk: Address at UNNC 10th Anniversary Launch The next 12 months will see a series of events in China and the UK to …

Best of the blogs 24-2 Feb/Mar

Centenary of the Students Union Vice-Chancellor David Greenaway reflects on the growing role of the SU at the University over the past 100 years as we celebrate the SU’s centenary this year. This picture is the 1923-24 committee – look how they’ve changed!  Did you know Karni, the SU’s student-run charity, raised over £1.5 million …

All the news from the University in brief…

It’s been a busy week at Nottingham, and we were all excited to see the official installation of Sir Andrew Witty as our seventh Chancellor. There has also been a week of revelations from our research teams including the shocking statistics showing how children are exposed to a vast amount of tobacco though our own televisions. You can also …

Perfect 10! CRAL celebrates its 10 year anniversary

Perfect 10! CRAL celebrates its 10 year anniversary The Centre for Research in Applied Linguistics (CRAL) has celebrated its 10 year anniversary with an event looking forward to the next decade’s worth of research. The event took place on Wednesday 17 October in Sir Clive Granger Building with Vice-Chancellor David Greenaway in attendance, as well …

VC Professor David Greenaway – an honorary citizen of Ningbo

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor David Greenaway, is now an honorary citizen of Ningbo thanks to his contribution to the development of University of Nottingham Ningbo Campus, as well as to teaching, research and professional training more generally. Nottingham and China This honour from the City of Ningbo reflects the University’s strong and well-developed links with China …

16 – 22 August: The big stories

Vice-Chancellor Professor David Greenaway and his team are back in the saddle this week for Life Cycle 2. This time around their peddling from Cape Wrath, the most north-westerly point of Scotland, down to Dover on the south-east coast of England. The team is raising money for Nottingham Potential, which aims to widen access to …

Get on your bike for a good cause

For many the weekend signifies freedom; the opportunity to do what you want when you want. The promise of a well-deserved lie-in, your favourite TV talent show and a Sunday roast is reward for the early starts and late finishes that have made up your working week. But despite the promise of what these two …