May 11, 2012, by Fraser
4-10 May: The big stories this week
This week’s round-up includes new of how the University’s athletes did at British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) VISA Outdoor Athletics Championships at the new Olympic Stadium. There’s also a rundown of the very best from this year’s May Fest programme which is happening on Saturday 19 May. As well as that, there’s news of the extra places for teacher training at the University – and they’re especially for former-servicemen and women. Read on for more
Student athletes excel in Olympic Stadium
Three University of Nottingham sports scholars lead outstanding effort at British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) Visa Outdoor Athletics Championships.
Family fun on campus – and a chance to learn
On Saturday 19 May you can bring family and friends to University Park in Nottingham for May Fest 2012, a day of free hands-on fun.
Rolls-Royce Innovation Award for FreeHex
Six-legged machining ‘robot’ wins a Rolls-Royce innovation award for its ability to make repairs in confined spaces.
Troops-to-teachers retraining for armed services leavers
British servicemen and women are being offered graduate teacher training at the School of Education.
- Experts take part in world’s first commercial space flight
- Second ‘underpants bomb’ plot shows Al-Qaeda still dangerous
- Olympic kayak designer features in Universities Week report
- University invests in local neighbourhoods through Community Chest Fund
- EU Ambassador opens Nottingham School of Politics in Malaysia
- New network at forefront of international HE research, practice and policy
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