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Tara de Cozar

Tara de Cozar

Internal Communications Manager,, Pope Building, University PArk

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Athena SWAN award for Malaysia campus faculty

The University is the first institution to hold an international Athena SWAN award — recognising its commitment to supporting women and advancing their careers across all campuses. Congratulations to the Faculty of Science at our Malaysia campus — amazing work. The Malaysia press release is below. It’s also on the Malasia campus website here. The …

Energy performance study – can you help?

Do you wish your home was more energy efficient? Would you like to be part of a European study which will help us to do that in the future? Then do we have the opportunity for you. See the message below from the Department of Architecture and the Built Environment The University’s Energy and Sustainability …

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Technicians rule

We’ve got a lot of love for the University of Nottingham technicians, you know that. Elsewhere on this blog you can read about how the University’s Technical Focus group is promoting professional registration, or how one of our ranks is the HEA Technician of the Year. Well, we’ll have even more news on them and …

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Party party party

If you were anywhere near the science and engineering section of University Park yesterday lunchtime/afternoon you might have heard the sounds of the School of Chemistry summer party. If you didn’t know it before, you know it now. Chemists do not party quietly. They like to throw down. I popped along for the tug of …

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BME research focus? WE NEED YOU!

It’s Black History Month in October. Throughout the month we’ll be joining forces with the University BME (black and minority ethnic) Staff Network to promote all manner of BME-related news, research and events taking place across the University. We do it through our Black History Month blog. It’s worth having a look to see the …

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Calling all technicians! Are you interested in professional registration with the Science Council?

Technicians! The University’s Technical Focus Group are holding a professional registration event on Thursday 16 July. The Institute of Science and Technology are hosting the event in the Trent Building — room B46 — and the session runs from 10am to 12noon. They say: “The Registered Science Technician (RSciTech) and Registered Scientist (RSci) registers were …

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Standing up for the invisible workforce

We’ve heard from technician Kelly Vere in this blog before, when we reproduced a post she’d written for the Guardian’s Higher Education Network. Did you know she’s been made HEA Technician of the Year? She’s kind of a big deal… We did a press release about it here.  She’s also set up the Technical Focus …

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