June 28, 2012, by Fraser
21-27 June: The big stories
The big news from The University of Nottingham this week is the Olympic Torch relay passing through our Jubilee Campus on Friday 29 June. And the University’s involvement in the relay doesn’t end there as four of the region’s torch-bearers are from the University. There’s also research news from the School of Psychology designed to help Asian students to understand regional accents. And there’s been an Oscar-winner in the house with leading Hollywood sound designer Randy Thom taking part in a series of events this week.
Olympic Torch to visit Jubilee Campus
Staff, students and over 100 Tri-Campus Games athletes from our China, Malaysia and UK campuses will cheer the Olympic Torch as it passes through Jubilee Campus on Friday morning.
Helping Asian students understand regional accents
Researchers develop a unique computer program to help Asian students improve their understanding of accented English speech.
Oscar-winning sound designer visits University
Double Oscar winner Randy Thom – from LucasFilm’s Skywalker Sound – brings a taste of Hollywood to Nottingham as part of an Industrial Fellowship.
Scientists’ satellite mission looks into the dark
Scientists at Nottingham help build a satellite to unlock the mysteries of the ‘dark universe’.
- Ultimate road-trip for Nottingham student Ahmad – 20,000 km on a scooter
- Tri Campus Games international multi-sport event held in Nottingham
- Record-breaking Open Days amid Olympic torch excitement
- Children’s Commissioner to lecture on childhood adversity
- Knowledge Without Borders Network launched in Malaysia
- UK-India initiative embodies transnational collaboration
- Translating cultures to aid conflict resolution
- FT first for Nottingham University Business School
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