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3 November 202114:30

CLES Global Lecture: The in vivo study of human skeletal muscle plasticity

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9 October 202113:00

A Greener Future?

How can we live, play and eat well without wrecking the planet? What are the most promising solutions to climate change – and how can we make them happen? And, with just a month to go until the crucial global climate summit in Glasgow, hear from one of the world’s leading climate scientists, Exeter’s own Professor Peter Cox, on what the latest predictions are for Devon, Britain and the world. Full details
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21 July 202112:00

Introduction to Research Ethics Course

This session is relevant for all researchers, regardless of career stage, and for new Departmental/Discipline Ethics Officers, Research Ethics Committee members, reviewers and administrators.. Full details
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30 June - 2 July 202110:00

The Exchange Symposium

Over this three-day event, we will share a number of examples of University of Exeter researchers collaborating with different communities on a huge range of projects. The common goal is to exchange knowledge and skills for mutual benefit. Full details
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25 June 202110:00

Research Ethics Conference

Ethics has never been as important as it is now. The world we live in is changing at a dramatic pace and we must maintain rigorous and critical ethical practices of the research journey. But what exactly is ethics and what does it mean to conduct ethical research?. Full details
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10 June 202110:00

Export Controls Training Webinar for Researchers

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9 June 202112:00

Introduction to Research Ethics Course

This session is relevant for all researchers, regardless of career stage, and for new Departmental/Discipline Ethics Officers, Research Ethics Committee members, reviewers and administrators.. Full details
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5 - 13 June 2021

Solutions for a Greener Future: G7 Digital Events Series

Join the University of Exeter in marking the G7 Summit being hosted in Cornwall with a programme of digital events. Full details
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25 May 202118:30

College of Humanities Creative Dialogue Series -- Amma Asante MBE in conversation with Professor Linda Williams

‘Creative Dialogues’ is a series of ‘in-conversation’ events, which brings a range of high-profile speakers who are leaders in their respective fields, from across the creative arts, journalism and the creative industries to Exeter. Full details
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24 May 202118:30

Sir Michael Barber in conversation with Professor Lisa Roberts

Join Professor Lisa Roberts, Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive of the University of Exeter in conversation with author Sir Michael Barber about his latest book: Accomplishment: How to Achieve Ambitious and Challenging Things - which identifies the pattern of accomplishment across many fields including sport, business and science as well as government. Full details
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19 May 202112:00

Introduction to Research Ethics Course

This session is relevant for all researchers, regardless of career stage, and for new Departmental/Discipline Ethics Officers, Research Ethics Committee members, reviewers and administrators.. Full details
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11 May 202115:00

CRPL Research Tea - Educators new to teaching in UK higher education during the COVID-19 pandemic: digital technologies, support, CPD, and career development

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28 April 202112:00

Introduction to Research Ethics Course

This session is relevant for all researchers, regardless of career stage, and for new Departmental/Discipline Ethics Officers, Research Ethics Committee members, reviewers and administrators.. Full details
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22 April 202112:00

Making data work for your business

This webinar is a great opportunity to hear different perspectives on how working with data could benefit your business or social enterprise. Full details
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22 April 202110:00

CRPL Research Methods Seminar Series - Janice - Hoang Huong (Exeter)

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20 April 202115:00

** POSTPONED** CRPL Research Tea - Understanding Teachers’ Professional Development in Virtual Communities of Practice in Saudi Arabia

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8 April 202110:00

CRPL Research Methods Seminar Series - Richard Cocks D'Souza (Exeter) - Organisational Health in the Primary School: A Framework for New Headteachers

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25 March 202110:00

CRPL Research Methods Seminar Series - Alison Pearson (Exeter) - Teacher Resilience in Secondary Schools

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17 March 202112:00

Introduction to Research Ethics Course

This session is relevant for all researchers, regardless of career stage, and for new Departmental/Discipline Ethics Officers, Research Ethics Committee members, reviewers and administrators.. Full details
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11 March 202110:00

CRPL Research Methods Seminar Series - Lauriane Suyin Chalmin-Pui (Sheffield) - Front gardens and human health and well-being

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8 March 202117:00

International Women's Day - Trade and Exchange Arts Commissions

Join artists Naomi Hart and Emma Molony as they discuss their art commissions with leading academics Dr Ceri Lewis and Dr Rebecca Lovell. Full details
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2 March 202115:00

CRPL Research Tea - Typologies of education and training pathways for general practitioners: a scoping review

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25 February 202110:00

CRPL Research Methods Seminar Series - Tom Martell (Durham)

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24 February 202112:00

Introduction to Research Ethics Course

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11 February 202110:00

CRPL Research Methods Seminar Series - Vicky Yiran Zhao (Cambridge) - COVID-19 and Children’s Play

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10 February 202119:00

The Sex and Nature Salon present 'What's the deal with gay frogs?

The Sex and Nature Salon presents another whirlwind evening of hilarity and fascinating ideas through comedy and talks. Created as part of Arts and Culture University of Exeter's Creative Fellowship programme. Full details
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2 February 202112:30

Social mobility prospects in a post pandemic world

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28 January 202110:00

CRPL Research Methods Seminar Series - Ben Weidmann (Harvard): Missing Presumed Different

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20 January 202112:00

Introduction to Research Ethics Course

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14 January 202110:00

CRPL Research Methods Seminar Series - Lydia Speyer, Edinburgh University - Making Sense of Developmental Relations using ALT-SR and GVAR models

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17 December 202019:30

COVID-19 Vaccine: Ask the Experts

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17 December 202016:00

CRPL Research Methods Seminar Series - Joe Brassington - Using children's picture books to build empathy

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17 December 202010:00

CRPL Research Methods Seminar Series - Kitty Parker (University of Exeter)

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9 December 202016:00

The Big Question with John Amaechi OBE

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9 December 202012:00

Introduction to Research Ethics Course

This session is relevant for all researchers, regardless of career stage, and for new Departmental/Discipline Ethics Officers, Research Ethics Committee members, reviewers and administrators.. Full details
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21 November 2020

Being Human Festival 2020: New Worlds - Subtitling World Cinema Workshop: Four International Screenings and a Round Table

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18 November 202016:30

New York on New Power with Henry Timms

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18 November 202012:00

Introduction to Research Ethics Course

This session is relevant for all researchers, regardless of career stage, and for new Departmental/Discipline Ethics Officers, Research Ethics Committee members, reviewers and administrators.. Full details
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11 November 202013:30

Centre for Research in Professional Learning - Autumn Term Meeting

Autumn Term meeting for core Centre Members. Full details
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5 November - 10 December 202012:30

Waking up to the planetary health emergency webinar series

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3 November 202015:00

CRPL Research Tea - What can we learn from a review of research into Professional Learning?

Centre for Research in Professional Learning informal research discussion led by Karen Walshe, Vivienne Baumfield and Karen Mattick. Full details
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20 - 22 October 20209:00

SWEEP Expo: Natural Capital in the South West

SWEEP Expo is a three day series of events for all those with an interest in the natural environment, and how it can be protected and enhanced whilst also producing gains for business, government and society. Full details
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15 October 202016:30

GSE Lecture Series - St Luke's Day Lecture - Professor Becky Francis (Chief Executive Officer, Education Endowment Foundation)

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14 October 202016:00

Black History Month: Making your way as a black entrepreneur

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6 October 202015:30

CRPL Research Tea - Ambiguity tolerance across different educational settings

Centre for Research in Professional Learning informal research discussion led by Jason Hancock. Full details
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23 September 202015:00

Mapping an uncertain future with Margaret Heffernan

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4 February 202015:00

CRPL Research Tea: Professionals with ADHD- what do we know?

Dr Alice Osborne, from Exeter Medical School, will be our speaker for the Spring term CRPL research tea. Alice will be talking to us about her research on ADHD in professionals, including medical professionals. https://medicine.exeter.ac.uk/people/profile/index.php?web_id=Alice_Osborne. Full details
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9 December 201911:30

Considering a PhD in Education? Dedicated information session for students on studying a PhD with the Graduate School of Education

Have you thought about what to do after your Masters? Are you considering a PhD?. Full details
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26 November 20199:30

South West Coastal Change Conference 2019

Organised and hosted by the Devon Maritime Forum, in partnership with the Marine Institute, Plymouth, this event offers an unrivalled regional opportunity to hear the very latest thinking on this critical issue and to contribute to the conversation. Full details
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20 November 201912:30

Law Careers Fair 2019 - Sponsored by Michelmores LLP

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30 October 201912:30

The Prevent Duty and Freedom of Expression - staff talk

The Prevent duty places a statutory obligation on the University to have due regard to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism. This event discusses the relationship between the Prevent duty, freedom of speech and our core values. Full details
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23 October 20199:00

Export Control - half/one day course

The morning session will provide a general introduction suited to a broader audience including senior staff.. Full details
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25 July 201913:00

Understanding women’s mental health across the lifecourse

The aim of this workshop is to bring researchers together across the University of Exeter, and beyond, with an interest in understanding women’s mental health. Full details
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14 June 201914:30

Grand Challenges Showcase

This event will take place in the Forum on Friday 14th June. Students have spent the week designing innovative solutions to real world challenges and their projects and outcomes will be showcased in the Forum. Here are the details of the programme: 2:30 - Showcase opens in the Forum Street: all students exhibit their work and drinks are served while visitors engage with students and their outputs 3:30 - Live performance from Semi-Toned 4.00 - Close. The showcase in the Forum Street between 14:30-16:00 is open to all and you do not need to book in advance. Read more at http://www.exeter.ac.uk/grandchallenges/events/openevents/#wGvOywZxbZRVboQk.99. Full details
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11 June 201918:00

Grand Challenges Global Security: Futures in Foreign Policy Talk

Join the University’s British Foreign Policy Group Student Ambassadors for a panel discussion with a former diplomat and a recent MStrat graduate. The Q&A session will provide the chance to learn more about different futures in foreign policy and how you can succeed in this highly competitive field. Tickets are free and available to all students and University staff on EventBrite. Read more at http://www.exeter.ac.uk/grandchallenges/events/openevents/#ipfQEtweSAsEY6Yj.99. Full details
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11 June 201915:00

Grand Challenges Gender Inequality: Gender and the Media with Megha Mohan

Megha Mohan- Gender and Identity Correspondent, BBC World Service will be talking about gender in the media. http://www.exeter.ac.uk/grandchallenges/events/openevents/. Full details
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11 June 201914:00

Grand Challenges Gender Inequality: Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Stephanie Boland, Head of Digital for Prospect Magazine and Co-Founder of Second Source will be discussing how The Second Source aims to combat sexual harassment in the workplace. Read more at http://www.exeter.ac.uk/grandchallenges/events/openevents/#ipfQEtweSAsEY6Yj.99. Full details
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10 June 201915:00

Grand Challenges Climate Change: Master-class in Communicating Climate Change

Communicating climate change is a particular skill. In addition, being able to distinguish truth from fiction is increasingly complex owing to the vast range of sources of information that are available in this digital age. In this Communications Masterclass, we will be joined by Leo Hickman, and Oliver Morton. Leo and Oliver are distinguished journalists with vast experience of the complexities surrounding the current climate change debate and in communicating these complexities to a range of audiences. Delivered on Skype Read more at http://www.exeter.ac.uk/grandchallenges/events/openevents/#ipfQEtweSAsEY6Yj.99. Full details
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10 June 201914:00

Grand Challenges Gender Inequality: Toxic Masculinity with Dave Pickering

Blogger, campaigner and author will be discussing and unpicking toxic masculinity and the patriarchy. Read more at http://www.exeter.ac.uk/grandchallenges/events/openevents/#ipfQEtweSAsEY6Yj.99. Full details
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10 June 201913:00

Grand Challenges (Climate Change) Provocative Debate: To Mitigate, Adapt or Geoengineer, that is the question.

The provocative debate will consist of a panel of 3 well-established academics who will be arguing that climate change can best be tackled using either i) mitigation, ii) adaptation or iii) geoengineering. The format of the debate follow that of election TV debates. Panel members will take turns to put forward their arguments before taking a series of probing questions from the studio audience (i.e. the Grand Challenge participants). A final vote will indicate which of these strategies has gained the broadest support. Read more at http://www.exeter.ac.uk/grandchallenges/events/openevents/#ipfQEtweSAsEY6Yj.99. Full details
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10 June 201910:30

Grand Challenges Global Security: Sir Paul Newton presents on Challenges in Global Security.

Sir Paul will give you his own take on global security challenges in a wide ranging talk. Read more at http://www.exeter.ac.uk/grandchallenges/events/openevents/#ipfQEtweSAsEY6Yj.99. Full details
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4 June 201915:00

CRPL Research Tea - Leadership and mental health in schools

Discussion leads are Professor David Hall and Dr Lauren Stentiford (Graduate School of Education). Full details
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22 May 201918:00

PhD Open Evening for Humanities and Social Sciences

Have you ever wondered if studying for a PhD could be right for you? Perhaps you are interested in delving into a subject that fascinates you; or think a PhD might boost your career prospects. Full details
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7 May 201915:00

CRPL Research Tea - The Case for Faculty Development & A Comparison of Workforce Retention Issues in Teaching and Medicine

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2 May 201916:00

The role of production in the creative economy: Producing events, festivals and live art

Can festivals, events and producing live arts do, on mass, what individual venues are not able to? How can we find innovation in the industry? Is the value or meaning of ideas higher when presented through the production of events? How important is the space to developing the identity of the event?. Full details
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2 May 201910:00

Atheletic Union

Promoting the Come Out And Play campaign with a charter for people to sign, selling rainbow laces and other things. Full details
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7 March 201915:00

CRPL Research Tea - What can RCTs in education tell us about educational research?

The discussion topic will be led by Dr ZhiMin Xiao (University of Exeter). Full details
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5 February 201915:00

CRPL Research Tea - Using timelines: What sustains teachers?

Methodology focus: Reflections on using a timeline to explore what sustains teachers in their professional lives. Full details
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24 January 201916:00

Creative Entrepreneurship series: 3

Guest Speaker: Susan Mumford talking about ‘Where Do Great Ideas Come From?'. Full details
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17 January 201918:30

Business Meets Philanthropy: Sir Stuart Etherington- CEO of National Council for Voluntary Organisations

Guest Speaker: Sir Stuart Etherington - CEO of National Council for Voluntary Organisations Sir Stuart can safely be described as one of the big beasts in the UK’s charity jungle. He is a former Chief Executive of the Royal National Institute for Deaf People (RNID) and has led the 12,000 member strong NCVO for almost 25 years. He will be telling us about the changes he has seen in the third sector during his tenure and giving us a glimpse of how he sees the future. Drinks and canapés will be served throughout the evening. No need to register, just turn up!. Full details
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6 December 201816:00

Creatives paving the way for new technologies: How we own a place in our digital future

How do we demonstrate our value by being agile and responsive in a rapidly changing world? How has the creative industry been affected by digital transformation? How are creative start-ups shaping the future of the industry?. Full details
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4 December 201815:00

CRPL Research Tea (Jackie Bagnall: Building resilience strategies in to the development of professionals)

The Centre for Research in Professional Learning hold regular discussion sessions, known as Research Teas, throughout the academic year. At each Research Tea a member of the team gives an informal presentation on a chosen topic and then the session opens up for discussion. All are welcome to attend.. Full details
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6 November 201815:00

CRPL Research Tea (Daniele Carrieri: Care under pressure)

The Centre for Research in Professional Learning hold regular discussion sessions, known as Research Teas, throughout the academic year. At each Research Tea a member of the team gives an informal presentation on a chosen topic and then the session opens up for discussion. All are welcome to attend. Full details
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3 November 201810:30

University of Exeter Teacher Training Open Day

At our Open Day you will have the chance to: learn about the application process; find out about funding opportunities; practise some typical interview tasks; visit our stunning St Luke's Campus located close to Exeter city centre; and mix with other like-minded students. While our events are mainly for people looking to start a teacher training programme from September 2019, we also invite anyone interested in teaching as a career or who might be looking to apply for 2020 entry, for example, to register to attend. Book your place today: www.exeter.ac.uk/teachertraining/apply/opendays. Full details
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31 October 201812:30

Safeguarding, the Prevent duty, and working with external partners

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18 October 201816:00

Death of the artist, birth of the creative entrepreneur: It's ok to be an artist with business goals

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6 October 201810:30

Institute of Cornish Studies Conference

This year's conference, entitled 'Kemeneth' (Cornish for 'Community'), focuses on the theme of public engagement with Cornwall and Cornish Studies and marks the launch of the Institute's Agan Kernow outreach programme for 2018-19. Speakers will also introduce their work through the talks in a wide range of areas including environmental history, Cornish history, Cornish surnames and Cornish Democracy.. Full details
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4 September 201815:30

POSTPONED - CRPL Research Tea (Dr Lauren Stentiford: HE pedagogy, disciplinary cultures and equalities cultures: Emerging research ideas)

The Centre for Research in Professional Learning hold regular discussion sessions, known as Research Teas, throughout the academic year. At each Research Tea a member of the team gives an informal presentation on a chosen topic and then the session opens up for discussion. All are welcome to attend. Full details
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13 July 201811:00

CRPL Research Away Day

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3 July 201815:30

CRPL Research Tea - Factors in Professional Learning: using ‘Diamond 9’ ranking as a tool to explore what practitioners think is important

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26 June 201813:00

Seminar by Emeritus Professor Ian Menter (University of Oxford) Teacher education and government: a tale of two countries

The relationships between politics and teacher education have become increasingly close over recent decades in many contexts around the world, often causing significant challenges as well as some opportunities. Full details
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21 June 201812:30

CRPL - Centre Meeting

Members of CRPL share an interest in comparing and contrasting learning within and across different professional contexts. Full details
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5 June 2018

CRPL Research Tea (Theme: ProTEACH)

The Centre for Research in Professional Learning are holding regular discussion sessions, known as Research Teas, throughout the 2017/18 academic year. All are welcome to attend. Full details
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17 May 201812:30

CRPL - Centre Meeting

Members of CRPL share an interest in comparing and contrasting learning within and across different professional contexts. Full details
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10 May 2018

Post Brexit, Does Devon need an International Vision?

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4 May 20189:15

EduExe2018

The University's EduExe conference offers colleagues a chance to celebrate and reflect on a range of education-related activities in our research-intensive context, and to share best practice across the institution. Full details
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1 May 201815:30

CANCELLED - CRPL Research Tea

The Centre for Research in Professional Learning are holding regular discussion sessions, known as Research Teas, throughout the 2017/18 academic year. All are welcome to attend. Full details
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19 April 201812:30

CRPL - Centre Meeting

Members of CRPL share an interest in comparing and contrasting learning within and across different professional contexts. Full details
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29 March - 1 April 2018

International Mining Games 2018

The International Mining Games is an annual competition contested by mining schools from across the globe, competing in seven events based on traditional mining techniques. Teams of six from each school go head to head in Swede Saw, Jackleg Drilling, Hand-Steeling, Gold Panning, Track Stand, Mucking and Surveying, with medals being awarded to the top three teams in each individual event as well as for the overall winners. Full details
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15 March 201812:30

CRPL - Centre Meeting

Members of CRPL share an interest in comparing and contrasting learning within and across different professional contexts. Full details
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10 March 201810:00

Cornwall Postgraduate Open Day

Our Cornwall Postgraduate Open Day will showcase all our postgraduate programmes based in Cornwall as well as selected programmes based in Exeter. Full details
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7 March 201812:00

Exeter Postgraduate Open Day

Our Exeter Postgraduate Open Day is a chance to find out more about what it's like to study a Masters or PhD at Exeter. Taking place in the Forum at the heart of our Streatham Campus, you'll find stands for our individual subjects, talks on finance and student life and have a chance to talk to staff and current postgraduate students about what it's like to study and research here. The day also includes a range of tailored talks for prospective PhD students on specific subjects organised by our academic college. Full details
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6 March 201815:30

CRPL Research Tea - Professions as Politics: the Medical Profession and its End in the United States, 1783-1860

In a striking case of professional collapse, the medical profession in the United States gave way to a raucous free market for healthcare around the middle of the nineteenth century. To explain the causes and consequences of these events, we draw on insights from political sociology to probe the origins of opposition to the medical profession. Dominant professions must both maintain cultural authority over potential rivals and secure the support of state officials in order to maintain their advantages. We argue that the cultural and institutional power of a dominant profession can be overturned if challenger occupational groups organize and mobilize actively, and if populist political coalitions find that anti-professional sentiments resonate with the electorate. Moreover, each of these processes can reinforce the other, lending the normally staid world of professions the character of a contentious social movement arena. Our analysis contributes to sociological knowledge of the professions by demonstrating that the loss of professional power is not simply a case of professionalization in reverse. Instead, political dynamics within professional and political ecologies can give rise to insurgent forces that challenge the foundation of professional power. Full details
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24 February 201811:00

Teacher Training Open Day

Visit our St Luke's Campus; meet our tutors and some of our trainees/graduates; and learn more about our Primary and Secondary PGCE and School Direct programmes. Full details
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15 February 201812:30

CRPL - Centre Meeting

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7 February 201817:30

Blue Planet 2 and the Mysteries of the Deep: an Audience with Professor Steve Simpson

Blue Planet II captured the imagination of the nation. In this public lecture, local residents will be able to hear first-hand from one of its stars, Professor Steve Simpson, marine biologist at the University, about how the film was made. Full details
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6 February 201815:30

CRPL Research Tea: Relating models of expertise to academics’ professional learning

The Centre for Research in Professional Learning are holding regular discussion sessions, known as Research Teas, throughout the 2017/18 academic year. All are welcome to attend. Full details
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20 January 201810:00

Sustainable Clothing Futures

The Sustainable Clothing Futures event launches the cross-institutional multi-partner project S4S 'Designing a Sensibility for Sustainable Clothing.'. Full details
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18 January 201812:30

CRPL - Centre Meeting

Members of CRPL share an interest in comparing and contrasting learning within and across different professional contexts. Full details
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9 January 201812:00

Q&A session on proposed changes to the USS pension

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5 December 201715:30

The Educational Role of Professional Bodies

The Centre for Research in Professional Learning are holding regular discussion sessions, known as Research Teas, throughout the 2017/18 academic year. All are welcome to attend. Full details
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5 December 201713:00

Seminar by Dr Steven Jones (University of Manchester) Value-For-Money Discourses in English Higher Education

In England, the notion of ‘value for money’ (VFM) is ubiquitous in discourses of Higher Education. Young people are assumed to make participation decisions based on rational cost-benefit analyses of long-term loan repayments against deferred graduate premium, and VFM is widely invoked as a driver of government policy.. Full details
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16 November 201712:30

CRPL - Centre Meeting

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14 November 201711:00

Study and Work Abroad Fair

We will have country stalls with students who have studied abroad or have completed international work placements who will be happy to tell you about their experiences and answer any questions you may have. We will also be having a Panel Event from 12pm to 1pm in Exchange Yellow with presentations from the Study Abroad and Global Employability teams and some of our returning students. Full details
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7 November 201715:30

Medical Student’s View of Science

The Centre for Research in Professional Learning are holding regular discussion sessions, known as Research Teas, throughout the 2017/18 academic year. All are welcome to attend. Full details
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7 November 201713:00

Seminar by Professor David Hall (University of Exeter) Education professionals and the permanent revolution of public service reform

This seminar examines the implications of what is characterised as a permanent revolution of rapid and thoroughgoing educational reform upon teachers’ professional identities. Full details
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19 October 201712:30

CRPL - Centre Meeting

Members of CRPL share an interest in comparing and contrasting learning within and across different professional contexts.. Full details
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3 October 201715:30

Preparing healthcare scientists for team work

The Centre for Research in Professional Learning are holding regular discussion sessions, known as Research Teas, throughout the 2017/18 academic year. All are welcome to attend. Full details
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23 September 201710:00

Penryn Campus Open Day

Our Open Days are packed with opportunities for you to see a range of facilities, meet staff and students, and experience the atmosphere of the University for yourself. They are a great way to find out more about the campuses, our locations and the degree programmes on offer.. Full details
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4 August 201711:30

Charity Cake Sale

Lots of lovely cakes and cookies to indulge in while doing your bit for charity. All funds will go to childhood cancer charity, Clic Sargent. Full details
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13 July 201716:00

Climate at the Quay

Climate at the Quay will be an opportunity to meet researchers from the University of Exeter, and representatives of community organisations and local businesses focused on climate change, sustainability & Exeter’s local environment. Full details
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10 June 20179:00

Penryn Campus Open Day

General presentations, tours of the campus and accommodation and the Academic and Information Fairs will run from 09:00-16:00. Everyone can attend and there is no need to pre-book.. Full details
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3 June 201710:30

University of Law at Exeter Open Day

Find out about our GDL and LPC courses and how they're taught. Meet our tutors, current students and employability team. Visit http://cc.law.ac.uk/personal/events/book?el=11. Full details
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27 May 201711:00

Teacher Training Open Day

This event is mainly for people looking to start a teacher training programme from September 2017. However, we also invite anyone interested in teaching as a career who might be looking to apply for 2018 entry, for example, to register to attend. At the event you can: - Learn about the application process - Find out about funding opportunities - Practise some typical interview tasks - Visit our stunning St Luke's Campus located close to Exeter city centre - Mix with other like-minded students Please visit our website to register to attend: www.exeter.ac.uk/socialsciences/education/pgce/opendays/events/#d.en.475312. Full details
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24 May 201710:30

Sci-Fest

Without the ability to communicate research, science falls short, so join us for a day of education, fun and experience on Wednesday the 24th May!. Full details
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17 May 201718:30

Losing Sight of Shore: The world Tour

World Extreme Medicine & UOEMS and the MSc in Extreme Medicine welcomes you to an extraordinary night of inspiration and adventure!. Full details
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17 - 19 May 201712:30

Community Conversations

Come and chat to us about anything related to the University. Full details
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6 May 201710:00

Penryn BioBlitz and Garden Fete 2017!

This year we’ve teamed up with our very own Penryn Garden Fete to bring you a day of not only wildlife spotting but summer games, fayre stalls and interactive activities so there’s plenty for everyone! This FREE event is open to all ages and is brilliant for families.. Full details
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8 April 201711:00

Flotsam and Jestsam

A collaboration between the University of Exeter and Falmouth Art Gallery, this drop-in workshop is for all ages. Come and help create a mobile art installation using flotsam and jetsam – beach debris collected during the spring cleans. With help from local artists, Tony Johns, this fun art sessions will also highlight the types of litter found in our seas. Contact Lou Misselbrook on l.misselbrook@exeter.ac.uk. Full details
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2 April 201715:00

Rockpooling with Professor Stu Bearhop

Join Professor of Animal Ecology, Stu Bearhop for a fun family afternoon of rockpooling, discovering the fascinating creatures found on our local shores.. Full details
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21 March 201713:30

Meet the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Education)

As part of the senior education team, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Education, Professor Tim Quine, would like to get direct feedback from you about your educational experience at the University so we can make improvements. Full details
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20 March 201713:00

The London 2012 Olympic Games' Legacy: Researching Homeless Youth in East London

Open to students and staff from all departments on the Penryn Campus. Full details
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17 March 201715:00

The symphonic aesthetic and the challenge of big data

Guest lecture with Professor Mike Savage from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Full details
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10 March 201713:00

Engineering role model and mentor Ophelia Black

Celebrate International Women’s Day with the WiSTEMM Network. We’re thrilled to host Ophelia Johnson, biomedical engineer and avid supporter of women in STEMM and BAME scientists. Come along to hear from Ophelia how important it is to support women in STEMM, then join us for a (free!) buffet lunch at 2pm in Exchange Seminar Green. Full details
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18 February 201711:00

Teacher Training Open Day

Becoming a teacher will lead to an exciting and rewarding career. Quality teachers are highly sought after, and choosing the right teacher training programme is an important step in ensuring a successful career. If you are interested in training to become a teacher, we host Open Days in the Autumn, Spring and Summer terms. Our open days provide you with the opportunity to visit our campus, meet our tutors and learn more about our PGCE and School Direct programmes. Full details
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9 February 201718:00

Twilight People evening event

As part of the Twilight People exhibition in The Forum 6th-9th February, founder and project manager, Surat-Shaan Knan will be in conversation with Cheryl Morgan, co-chair of OutStories and director of The Diversity Trust. There will also be a screening of the Twilight People short film. Full details
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6 - 9 February 201712:00

Twilight People exhibition and event

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8 December 201619:00

University Christmas Service

All students & staff are invited to a beautiful, traditional and candlelit service of 'Christmas Lessons and Carols’.. Full details
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6 December 201618:00

Tea and chat with Carrick Mind

Find out how others are coping with student life. These sessions are open to all students, no need to book, just drop in. Bring a friend or just come along and say hello! You don’t need to attend all the sessions. Run by Carrick Mind “for better mental health" www.carrickmind.org.uk. Full details
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15 November 201618:00

Tea and chat with Carrick Mind

Find out how others are coping with student life. These sessions are open to all students, no need to book, just drop in. Bring a friend or just come along and say hello! You don’t need to attend all the sessions. Run by Carrick Mind “for better mental health" www.carrickmind.org.uk. Full details
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11 November 201611:00

Rembrance Day

The University is planning to observe a two minute silence for reflection. All students and staff are invited to join if they wish. **Please note that no announcements will be made, or bells rung, at this time so please make your own plans if you wish to participate**. Full details
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11 November 201610:50

Remembrance Day Service

Join the Multi-faith Chaplaincy for a short service in the CSM museum ending with a two minute silence, to remember those lost. All Staff and Students welcome. Full details
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4 November 201612:30

The employment and employability of STEM graduates; whose responsibility?

As part of the ‘Beyond a PhD’ Lecture Series, Professor Sir Bill Wakeham will be outlining his findings and recommendations from his review of the employability of STEM graduates in England. The Lecture will be video linked to DDM Lecture A.. Full details
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4 November 201612:30

The employment and employability of STEM graduates; whose responsibility?

As part of the ‘Beyond a PhD’ Lecture Series, Professor Sir Bill Wakeham will be outlining his findings and recommendations from his review of the employability of STEM graduates in England. This event will be a video link from Streatham.. Full details
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26 October - 16 November 201617:00

BeMe Stress Less Short Course

The BeMe Stress Less is a free 4 week course for students, that can help you learn better ways of handling common problems such as anxiety, depression, low self-confidence, poor sleep and panic attacks. Stress Less is a taught course – not group therapy – so you don’t have to talk about your problems in front of others. Each of the 90 mins weekly session follows through so you will need to be able to commit to all the session, and you will get a handbook and a relaxation CD to help you practice at home between the sessions. The commitment is for all of the four sessions: 1. Wednesday 26 October 2016 17:00 to 18.30 2. Wednesday 2 November 2016 17:00 to 18.30 3. Wednesday 9 November 2016 17:00 to 18.30 4. Wednesday 16 November 2016 17:00 to 18:30 So if you want a positive space, to help you understand and deal with the stress of everyday life, please contact BeMe on 01579 373700 or via Be.Me@nhs.net.. Full details
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21 October 201613:00

Meet the DVC Drop-In

Professor Tim Quine, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education), would like to get direct feedback from you about the educational experience we're providing at the University so we can make improvements where they're needed. Tim would like to hear your thoughts on any recent changes you have experienced or how you find studying here; as well as explaining what we're doing to follow up on any feedback you've already provided. Full details
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21 October 201612:00

Brexit: what does it mean for students and the University?

All students are invited to attend a question and answer session: Brexit: what does it mean for students and the University? hosted by Professor Tim Quine, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education). Tim is keen to hear your questions about the implications for you, as a student studying in the UK, of Brexit (the UK’s decision to leave the EU) and help answer them where possible. The session will be support by a panel of experts from across the University. There will be three sessions and the Streatham session will be recorded for those students unable to attend. Full details
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20 October 201613:00

Meet the DVC Drop-In

Professor Tim Quine, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education), would like to get direct feedback from you about the educational experience we're providing at the University so we can make improvements where they're needed. Tim would like to hear your thoughts on any recent changes you have experienced or how you find studying here; as well as explaining what we're doing to follow up on any feedback you've already provided. Full details
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20 October 201612:00

Brexit: what does it mean for students and the University?

All students are invited to attend a question and answer session: Brexit: what does it mean for students and the University? hosted by Professor Tim Quine, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education). Tim is keen to hear your questions about the implications for you, as a student studying in the UK, of Brexit (the UK’s decision to leave the EU) and help answer them where possible. The session will be support by a panel of experts from across the University. There will be three sessions and the Streatham session will be recorded for those students unable to attend.. Full details
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19 October 201613:00

AUA Seminar Series: An Introduction to League Tables

Catherine North and Steph Selway, from the Strategic Planning Team, will speak about the various league tables in existence, the differences and similarities between the tables, and their importance to the University of Exeter’s corporate strategy. The event is organised through the Association of University Administrators (AUA) and is open to all Professional Services colleagues.. Full details
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18 October 201618:00

Tea and chat with Carrick Mind

Find out how others are coping with student life. These sessions are open to all students, no need to book, just drop in. Bring a friend or just come along and say hello! You don’t need to attend all the sessions. Run by Carrick Mind “for better mental health" www.carrickmind.org.uk. Full details
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17 October 201613:30

Brexit: what does it mean for students and the University?

All students are invited to attend a question and answer session: Brexit: what does it mean for students and the University? hosted by Professor Tim Quine, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education). Tim is keen to hear your questions about the implications for you, as a student studying in the UK, of Brexit (the UK’s decision to leave the EU) and help answer them where possible. The session will be support by a panel of experts from across the University. There will be three sessions and the Streatham session will be recorded for those students unable to attend. Full details
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17 October 201612:30

Meet the DVC Drop-In

Professor Tim Quine, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education), would like to get direct feedback from you about the educational experience we're providing at the University so we can make improvements where they're needed. Tim would like to hear your thoughts on any recent changes you have experienced or how you find studying here; as well as explaining what we're doing to follow up on any feedback you've already provided. Full details
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4 October 20169:00

Casual Jobs and Internships Fair

Casual Jobs and Internships Fair. Full details
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30 September 201614:30

How to win a marginal seat Gavin Barwell MP

Gavin Barwell MP will be discussing his time in politics, his recent book entitled 'how to win in a marginal seat' and his time in office to date.. Full details
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25 June 201611:00

University of Law – Open Day

Come and find out more about our Legal Practice Course (LPC) and the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL). Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) The conversion course for non-law graduates wanting to become a successful solicitor or barrister. Legal Practice Course (LPC) For students with a GDL or law degree, our LPC is the best preparation to practise as a solicitor, with the skills to succeed in business.. Full details
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25 June 201611:00

University of Law – Open Day

Come and find out more about our Legal Practice Course (LPC) and the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL). Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) The conversion course for non-law graduates wanting to become a successful solicitor or barrister. Legal Practice Course (LPC) For students with a GDL or law degree, our LPC is the best preparation to practise as a solicitor, with the skills to succeed in business. To book your place, please visit the University of Law website: http://cc.law.ac.uk/personal/events/book?et=1. Full details
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25 June 201611:00

University of Law – Open Day

Come and find out more about our Legal Practice Course (LPC) and the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL). Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) The conversion course for non-law graduates wanting to become a successful solicitor or barrister. Legal Practice Course (LPC) For students with a GDL or law degree, our LPC is the best preparation to practise as a solicitor, with the skills to succeed in business. To book your place, please visit the University of Law website: http://cc.law.ac.uk/personal/events/book?et=1. Full details
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14 June 201610:00

Dr Bike

Dr Bike on North Piazza. Full details
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9 June 201618:30

Grand Challenges Soup event

Delivered in cooperation with Exeter Soup. £5 on the door, have a bowl of fresh soup and hear four local causes pitch their case to you. Vote for your favourite cause and the winner goes home with the money raised on the door! You can also pitch for your own cause, visit: http://exetersoup.org/ Part of the 'Food for Thought' Grand Challenge. Full details
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8 June 201613:30

Jonathan Marcus Lecture

Jonathan Marcus (BBC Diplomatic Correspondent) will give his view on the challenges posed in the Middle East and discuss how the media can effect and affect decision-making. Part of the ‘Global Security’ Grand Challenge. Full details
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8 June 201610:00

Master Class: Communicating Climate Change

Richard Betts, Met Office; Leo Hickman, Carbon Brief, by Skype; Martin Prout, Flybe. Part of the 'Climate Change' Grand Challenge. Full details
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7 June 201613:30

Sir Jon Day - 'What keeps me awake at night?"

Sir Jon Day will talk on global security challenges and 'What keeps me awake at night?" as the recently retired Chairman of the Joint Intelligence Committee. Full details
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7 June 201610:00

Debate: 1.5 oC – is it just pie in the sky?

Peter Stott; Stewart Barr; Jim Haywood; Peter Cox (Chair). Part of the 'Climate Change' Grand Challenge. Full details
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6 June 201615:30

Esther Papies – Eating Behaviour Change

Esther Papies (University of Glasgow) – Eating Behaviour Change. Part of the 'Food for Thought' Grand Challenge. Full details
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6 June 201613:30

Rob Wainwright - Global Security

Rob Wainwright (Director of Europol) will talk about current European policing challenges and how the organisation seeks to keep EU citizens safer. He will touch on the effect of BREXIT in the context of European policing. Part of the Global Security Grand Challenge. Full details
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6 June 201610:30

Sustainable Food Systems or how do we feed the world without trashing the environment?

In this lecture Michael Winter will set out the main characteristics of the global food security challenge – a growing population changing diets, and competing demands on land in the context of climate change. He will then explore the possibilities and prospects for a sustainable intensification of agriculture to meet these challenges. Part of the Fod for Thought Grand Challenge. Full details
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5 June 201611:00

University Leavers' Service

The University Leavers' Service will take place on Sunday 5 June at 11.00am in the Mary Harris Chapel on the Streatham campus. Full details
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3 - 4 June 20169:00

Offer Holder Visit Day

Offer Holder Visit Day. Full details
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10 May 201610:00

Dr Bike

Dr Bike on the North Piazza. Full details
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9 May 20169:00

Drama bake sale

Bake sale with cakes provided by Boston Tea Party raising money for our production of 'The House of Edgar' for the Term 3 Drama Festival. Full details
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2 May 201610:00

Athletic Union

Promote Come out and Play Campaign. Full details
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28 April 20169:00

Students Guild on behalf of ISC Exeter respect

Stall to publicise Diversity Week and Exeter Respect Festival. Full details
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22 April 20169:00

Offer Holder Visit Day

Offer Holder Visit Day. Full details
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24 March 201611:00

Green Unit

Petitioning for Ethical Exeter; flyering. Full details
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23 March 201612:00

Bake Sale to raise money for Phabkids Charity

Bake Sale to raise money for Phabkids Charity. Full details
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23 March 20169:00

Offer Holder Visit Day

Offer Holder Visit Day. Full details
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22 March 20169:00

Student Rag

A craft stall- selling things like mugs, cards, ties and bunting for RAG, in aid of Hope for Children. Full details
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22 March 20169:00

English Society

Selling Tickets for Summer Ball. Full details
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22 March 20169:00

Dr Bike

Dr Bike on the North Piazza. Full details
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22 March 20169:00

Students Guild on behalf of ISC Exeter Respect

Stall to publicise Diversity Week and Exeter Respect Festival. Full details
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21 March 201611:00

Amicus ALJ

Krispy Kreme donut sale in order to raise money for the charity Amicus ALJ. Full details
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21 March 201611:00

Community Warden Stall

Recycling Advice and Home Security info. Full details
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21 March 201610:00

CoppaFeel

Bake sale and ticket sale to raise money for charity. Full details
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21 March 201610:00

Global Bridges

Selling easter themed gifts and sweets for fundraising of the global brigade to Panama for Global Brigades society. Full details
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20 March 201612:00

Family Community Day

Come along to a day of FREE family fun at the University of Exeter, Streatham campus. As part of our Diamond Jubilee celebrations this year, we are inviting the whole community to our biggest campus for a day of fun activities for all ages. Entry is free. Car parking is free. No need to book. There will be five different zones to explore on the day, each with loads of activities - see the website for more information: http://www.exeter.ac.uk/diamondjubilee/communityday/. Full details
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17 March 201610:00

Atheletic Union

Promote come out and paly campaign. Full details
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15 March 201610:30

Animal Welfare Society

Animal Welfare Society awareness stall of problems to do withh littering and wildlife. Full details
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15 March 201610:00

World Wide Cancer

Knitting Sale and Cake Sale. Full details
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15 March 201610:00

Rag Challenges

Cake Sale. Full details
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15 March 20169:00

Harry Potter Society

Harry Potter Society. Full details
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14 March 201610:00

Voice

A stall to promote the service and Relax Week. There will be a stall based competition where people have to take a photo and tag themselves us on social media. The stall will have business cards and a hamper of prizes on it.. Full details
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14 March 201610:00

Exetera Magazine

Stand where students can get their mug shots and write a confession for a article in the next edition of Exetera. Full details
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9 March 201611:00

International Women’s Day Event with Mandy McBain MBE

Guest talk with honorary graduate Mandy McBain MBE. Full details
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9 March 201610:00

Exeter University Theatre Company - Eutco

Exeter University Theatre Company - Eutco. Full details
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9 March 20169:00

Offer Holder Visit Day

Offer Holder Visit Day. Full details
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4 March 201611:00

Exeter Postgraduate Open Day

What’s on offer: • A study fair covering all our postgraduate programmes, plus information about admissions, accommodation, student finance and our Postgraduate Society (part of our Students’ Guild) • The opportunity to talk first-hand with staff and current postgraduate students • A talk about postgraduate funding opportunities, including details of the government's new postgraduate loan scheme • A Farmers’ Market in the piazza outside the Forum Find out more and register today at: www.exeter.ac.uk/visit/streathamopenday. Full details
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2 March 20169:00

Offer Holder Visit Day

Offer Holder Visit Day. Full details
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2 - 22 March 20169:00

Arts Society

Work from Society Members. Full details
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2 - 24 March 20169:00

Rag Cake Sale

Rag runs the Amsterdam Marathon. Full details
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1 - 4 March 201611:00

Unicef on Campus

Stall to increase awareness of our Day 4 Change Event. Full details
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1 - 22 March 201610:00

Exeter University Concert Band

Fund raising bake sale to Raise money for our Easter Paris Tour. Full details
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1 - 22 March 20169:00

RAG Challenges

Cake Sale. Full details
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29 February 201611:30

Guild

Guild. Full details
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29 February 201611:00

Dance Society

Students Guild Dance Society. Full details
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29 February 201611:00

Benchball Society

Benchball Society Stedents Guild. Full details
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29 February 201610:00

Students Green Unit

Students Green Unit. Full details
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29 February 201610:00

Be The Change

Be The Change. Full details
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29 February 201610:00

RAG

RAG Students Guild. Full details
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29 February 201610:00

Theatre Company

Students Guild Theatre Company. Full details
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29 February 201610:00

ESV's Project Restore

ESV's Project Restore. Full details
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29 February 20169:00

Personl C/O University of Exeter

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29 February 20169:00

Personl C/O University of Exeter

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27 February 201611:00

Cornwall Postgraduate Open Day

Where: The Exchange, Penryn Campus, near Falmouth, Cornwall What’s on offer: • A study fair covering all our subjects at our Cornwall Campus, plus information about admissions, accommodation, and our Students’ Union • The opportunity to talk first-hand with staff and current postgraduate students • A talk about postgraduate funding opportunities, including details of the government's new postgraduate loan scheme Find out more and register today at: www.exeter.ac.uk/postgraduate/visit/penrynopenday. Full details
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24 February 20169:00

Offer Holder Visit Day

Offer holder visit day for prospective studends. Full details
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18 December 201510:00

40 years of Clinical Psychology training at the University of Exeter

As part of our Diamond Jubilee celebration, this year we also mark 40 years of Clinical Psychology training at the University of Exeter. The event is recommended for anyone working in, or with an interest in the field of Clinical Psychology who like to share in the celebration of the subject’s history and in the vision for the future. Keynote speakers at the event will share their perspectives on both the history and future direction of clinical psychology training. Speakers include: Professor Peter Kinderman, President Elect of the British Psychological Society, Professor Tony Lavender, Pro-Vice Chancellor of Canterbury Christ Church University, Dr Geraldine Strathdee, NHSE National Clinical Director for Mental Health, and Mr Richard Pemberton, Chair of the Division of Clinical Psychology, BPS. This will be an interactive event with displays from trainees, ex-trainees, academic colleagues, the Lived Experience Group and other key stakeholders. The event will close with an early evening drinks reception. Tickets are free, but attendees will need to register to attend. Full details
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16 December 201514:15

Celebration of our Diamond Jubilee Charter Day and the launch of our new Values

Glance back; look forward. Full details
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7 October 201514:00

Open event for staff and students to take a look around South Cloisters, St Luke’s campus

Pop in and take a look at South Cloisters! We are holding an open event for all staff and students to find out more about the South Cloisters building project and the outstanding research facilities it now provides. You will have the opportunity to tour the state-of-the-art Medical Imaging facilities (ground floor) and chat to staff from the Institute of Health Research (IHR) about their research success. There will also be short presentations at 2pm and 3pm from IHR, Medical Imaging and Estate Services about the project and what it means to staff, students and the wider University to have these facilities available. These presentations will take place In the South Cloister building, top floor - SC 3.06. Staff and students can pop along at any time between 2-4pm. Refreshments will be available. Full details
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7 October 201513:30

Team Brief Live - Streatham Campus

October's Team Brief live session at Streatham Campus. The half-hour session will be led by Jane Chafer and Andrew Thorpe. All staff are encouraged to attend. Full details
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7 October 201513:30

Team Brief Live - St Luke's Campus

October's Team Brief live session at St Luke's Campus. The half-hour session will be led by Steve Thornton and Ian Blenkharn. All staff are encouraged to attend. Full details
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7 October 201513:30

Team Brief Live - Cornwall

October's Team Brief live session in Cornwall. The half-hour session will be led by Mark Goodwin and Ruth Grimmer. All staff are encouraged to attend. A video link to Truro will be available - details to follow. Full details
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13 July 2015

Technical Services Conference 2015

The University of Exeter will be hosting its first Technical Services conference at Streatham Court. Sessions and workshops have been tailored specifically for the technical staff in the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences; College of Life and Environmental Sciences; and the University of Exeter Medical School, but all technical staff are welcome, and are encouraged to attend (not limited to STEMM subjects.). Full details
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18 May 201517:00

Landscapes of war and status: putting medieval fortification in its place

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14 May 201513:00

Team Brief informal drop-in for staff - St Luke's Campus

Team Brief is about keeping everybody up-to-date with the University’s current and future position. It takes place every month in term time. This informal drop-in session lets any employee hear this month's key issues, ask questions and give opinion. The informal ‘drop-in’ sessions are held on the Streatham, St Luke’s and Penryn campuses and hosted by a member of VCEG and a Dean.. Full details
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14 May 201513:00

Team Brief informal drop-in for staff - Cornwall Campuses

Team Brief is about keeping everybody up-to-date with the University’s current and future position. It takes place every month in term time. This informal drop-in session lets any employee hear this month's key issues, ask questions and give opinion. The informal ‘drop-in’ sessions are held on the Streatham, St Luke’s and Penryn campuses with a link to Truro and hosted by a member of VCEG and a Dean.. Full details
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14 May 201512:15

Team Brief informal drop-in for staff - Streatham Campus

Team Brief is about keeping everybody up-to-date with the University’s current and future position. It takes place every month in term time. This informal drop-in session lets any employee hear this month's key issues, ask questions and give opinion. The informal ‘drop-in’ sessions are held on the Streatham, St Luke’s and Penryn campuses and hosted by a member of VCEG and a Dean.. Full details
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22 April 201512:30

AUA Seminar: Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE)

Grace Simpson (Higher Education Policy Advisor) will be visiting Exeter to talk about the work that HEFCE does, their current priorities and work plans, and how they interact with universities and further education colleges in the South-West. Grace is the primary point of contact for South-West HE and FE organisations and works within the Midlands and South Institutional team. She started her career as a GBP at Exeter, before moving to UWE Students Union working in Student Engagement, and then onto HEFCE two years ago. Registration is not required and the event is open to both AUA members and all other Professional Service staff.. Full details
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17 April 20159:30

Modernism's Chronic Conditions

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27 March 201511:30

Team Brief informal drop-in

Team Brief is about keeping everybody up-to-date with the University’s current and future position. It takes place every month in term time. This informal drop-in session lets any employee hear this month's key issues, ask questions and give opinion. Hosted by a member of VCEG and a Dean. Full details
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25 March 201512:00

Team Brief informal drop-in

Team Brief is about keeping everybody up-to-date with the University’s current and future position. It takes place every month in term time. This informal drop-in session lets any employee hear this month's key issues, ask questions and give opinion. Hosted by a member of VCEG and a Dean. Full details
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25 March 201512:00

Team Brief informal drop-in

Team Brief is about keeping everybody up-to-date with the University’s current and future position. It takes place every month in term time. This informal drop-in session lets any employee hear this month's key issues, ask questions and give opinion. Hosted by a member of VCEG and a Dean. Full details
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25 March 201511:15

Team Brief informal drop-in

Team Brief is about keeping everybody up-to-date with the University’s current and future position. It takes place every month in term time. This informal drop-in session lets any employee hear this month's key issues, ask questions and give opinion. Hosted by a member of VCEG and a Dean.. Full details
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7 March 2015

Marginal Perceptions: Queer Voices In and Beyond Conventional Disciplines

This upcoming international conference is the first of its type in South-West, marking a historic milestone in Cornwall’s queer history. The free event will feature talks from acclaimed academics; Professor Sally Munt, of the University of Sussex, Dr. Gavin Brown of the University of Leicester and Dr. Ruth Heholt, from Falmouth University. Each talk is designed to demonstrate the latest in Queer Studies research, whilst also showcasing the interdisciplinary focus of the event. Full details
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7 March 2015

Marginal Perceptions: Queer Voices In and Beyond Conventional Disciplines

This inaugural conference will be held at the innovative Penryn Campus in Cornwall, on the 7th of March. The first of its kind in the Southwest, the conference will bring together students for a day of presentations, debate and lively discussion on queer studies to encourage discourse between established academics and scholars at an early, developmental stage of their academic careers. Full details
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1 - 27 March 2015

Uncovering the Invisible

‘Uncovering the Invisible’ is a photographic exhibition which explores the experiences and identities of Latin American migrants living in the UK. The exhibition, by photographers Roxana and Pablo Allison, will be held in Mezzanine Level of The Forum at the University of Exeter between 1 and 27 March 2015.. Full details
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10 December 201412:00

University of Exeter AHRC DTP Open Event

An open event for potential Exeter PhD students who are considering applying for AHRC DTP funding. Full details
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27 November 201412:00

Thanksgiving lunch

Join us for our annual Thanksgiving Lunch - a two course blowout for all staff and students. Vegetarian option available. Full details
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5 November 201413:00

Gender, Fear and Rurality

This seminar will reflect Jos research interests in rural inequality and social identities and look at issues of fear and violence in the countryside. The seminar will draw in particular on Jos most recent work on the experience of domestic violence amongst rural women in the South West. Jo Little is Professor in Gender and Geography and her research focuses largely on rural and social issues. She is a member of the Geography and Spatial Responsibilities research group. Full details
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26 October 201415:00

Diwali celebrations

Everyone is welcome to come and join the Asian Society for their colourful annual celebration of Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights. Food, dance and fireworks at 6.15pm.. Full details
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16 October 201412:30

Getting fuller-figured women in the picture: from stigmatised consumers to embodied authors

Whilst the idealisation of extreme slenderness is widely recognised as a problematic issue by cultural critiques, psychologists and marketing researchers, the negative portrayal of larger individuals - which can be seen as another side of the same problem - is rarely criticised for its link with stigmatisation and problems with self-esteem. In fact, the representation of larger individuals in dehumanising terms is generally regarded as a necessary means to keep individuals on track towards the pursuit or maintenance of body 'normativity' and consequently, 'health'. This presentation will point to an alternative way of considering the 'problem' of fatness, and will argue for the necessity of rehumanising fuller-figured individuals in representation. Presenting the results of a portrait-based feminist inquiry, Annie will give some insights into what could be if we started considering fuller-figured women as embodied authors of their visual depictions. Full details
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13 September - 13 December 2014

Whitehorse Hill: A Pre-historic Dartmoor discovery

An exhibition linked to a rare burial discovery dating back 4,000 years.. Full details
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30 July - 1 August 2014

Field Sensing with Anne-Marie Culhane

Facilitated by artist Anne-Marie Culhane, Field Sensing is a process that focuses on the simplicity/complexity of walking slowly with awareness as a way of being. It offers a framework for experiencing time and place in a different way. Full details
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20 July 2014

Ipplepen field school open day

Archaeological dig at Ipplepen on a site thought to be the largest Romano-British settlement in Devon outside of Exeter.. Full details
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16 July 201412:00

Gender Equality Group - Summer Meeting

The Gender Equality Group meets termly to explore and highlight issues around any discrimination that staff and students may experience relating to issues of gender, pregnancy and maternity, and marriage and civil partnership. Full details
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10 June 201412:30

How subtle sexism promotes gender inequalities

Manuela leads the University of Exeter's Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences research strategy theme on "Societal and Lifestyle Shifts" and is part of the University's Athena Swan Working Group. This seminar will focus on Manuela's research around subtle sexism and how it promotes gender inequalities. Full details
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10 - 11 June 20149:00

Images of Research Competition

An institutionally wide photographic competition that will help to showcase the research of the University and contribute to the public engagement agenda. Full details
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16 May 201412:00

Free Tai Chi session for staff

Come and join in this free Tai Chi session; we will focus on quiet, mindful breathing and learn a short Tai Chi form to take away and use to maintain your own health and wellbeing. Full details
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29 April 201418:00

Houses of Parliament Open Lecture: Parliament and Suffragettes

This lecture was hosted by the University of Exeter Politics Department as part of their 50th birthday celebrations. Full details
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24 April 201418:30

Staff Association Film Club Screening - Saving Mr Banks

When Walt Disney's daughters begged him to make a movie of their favorite book, P.L. Travers' "Mary Poppins," he made them a promise-one that he didn't realize would take 20 years to keep. In his quest to obtain the rights, Walt comes up against a curmudgeonly, uncompromising writer who has absolutely no intention of letting her beloved magical nanny get mauled by the Hollywood machine. Full details
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23 April 201412:30

Staff Association Kundalini Yoga - 6 Week Course

6 Week Couse starting Wednesday 23 April, Hope Hall GF03. Full details
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26 March 2014

Offer Holder Visit Day

Offer Holder Visit Day. Full details
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25 March 201410:00

Flexible Combined Honours

Flexible Combined Honours promotion and advice session. Full details
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25 March 20149:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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24 March 201410:00

Flexible Combined Honours

Flexible Combined Honours promotion and advice session. Full details
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19 March 20148:00

Offer Holder Visit Day

Offer Holder Visit Day. Full details
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18 March 20149:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand and Market

Student Entrepreneur Stand and Market. Full details
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17 March 201410:00

Flexible Combined Honours

Flexible Combined Honours promotion and advice session. Full details
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11 March 201412:30

Been there, done that

Been there, done that sessions are informal, interactive panel sessions led by women at different stages of their studies and/or career honestly discussing how they made the move to the next stage and showing casing what supported them. Panellists include female academic and professional services staff in senior posts, research fellows, early career researchers and people who have returned following a career break. Full details
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11 March 20149:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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7 March 201412:30

Women's ambition - the glass cliff, the gender pay gap, and fitting in

Michelle Ryan is a Professor of Social and Organisational Psychology. This seminar is an interactive discussion her research on the glass cliff, gender wage gap and ambition. Full details
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5 March 20148:00

Offer Holder Visit Day

Offer Holder Visit Day. Full details
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4 March 20149:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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1 March 20148:00

Student Volunteering Week

Stalls, activities and events for National Student Volunteering Week.See social history through student volunteering. Full details
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28 February 20148:00

Student Volunteering Week

Stalls, activities and events for National Student Volunteering Week.See social history through student volunteering. Full details
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27 February 20148:00

Student Volunteering Week

Stalls, activities and events for National Student Volunteering Week.See social history through student volunteering. Full details
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26 February 20148:00

Offer Holder Visit Day

Offer Holder Visit Day. Full details
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25 February 20149:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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25 February 20148:00

Student Volunteering Week

Stalls, activities and events for National Student Volunteering Week.See social history through student volunteering. Full details
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24 February 20148:00

Student Volunteering Week

Stalls, activities and events for National Student Volunteering Week.See social history through student volunteering. Full details
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19 February 20148:00

Offer Holder Visit Day

Offer Holder Visit Day. Full details
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19 February 20147:00

Employer/Students Job Fair

Employer/Students Job Fair. Full details
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18 February 201410:00

Wellbeing Services

Stalls and activities for Mental Health and Wellbeing Day. Full details
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18 February 20149:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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12 February 20148:00

Offer Holder Visit Day

Offer Holder Visit Day. Full details
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11 February 20149:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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10 February 201411:00

Green Impact

Green Impact Networking event. Full details
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5 February 20148:00

Offer Holder Visit Day

Offer Holder Visit Day. Full details
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4 February 20149:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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4 February 20148:00

PWC Coffee Cart

PWC Coffee Cart on North Piazza. Full details
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31 January 201412:00

Amnesty International

Amnesty International are raising funds for Syrian refugees and civilians. Full details
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30 January 201412:00

Amnesty International

Amnesty International are raising funds for Syrian refugwees and civilians. Full details
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29 January 2014

Amnesty International

Amnesty International are raising funds for Syrian refugees and civilians. Full details
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28 January 201412:00

Amnesty International

Amnesty International are raising funds for Syrian refugees and civilians. Full details
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28 January 20149:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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27 January 201412:00

Amnesty International

Amnesty International are raising funds for Syrian refugees and civilians. Full details
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23 January 201412:00

Amnesty International

Amnesty International are raising funds for Syrian refugees and civilians. Full details
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22 January 201412:00

Amnesty International

Amnesty International are raising funds for Syrian refugees and civilians. Full details
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21 January 201412:00

Amnesty International

Amnesty International raising funds for Syrian refugees and civilians. Full details
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21 January 201410:00

Foreign Language Centre

The Tandem Language Exchange Scheme is an opportunity for students to pair up with a native speaker of the language they wish to learn.. Full details
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21 January 20149:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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20 January 201412:00

Amnesty International

Amnesty International are raising funds for Syrian refugees and civilians. Full details
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15 January 201412:00

Amnesty International

Amnesty International are raising funds for Syrian refugees and civilians. Full details
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14 January 201412:00

Amnesty International

Amnesty International are raising funds for Syrian refugees and civilians. Full details
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14 January 201410:00

UG Exeter Journal

The Undergraduate Exeter is a new interdisciplinary academic journal showcasing the best student essays, which will be distributed for free. Full details
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14 January 20149:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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13 January 20148:45

English Society Bake Sale

Selling homemade cakes to raise money for a Reach Out Volunteers program. The program is a 2 week trip to Cambodia, working in an orphanage and bear sanctuary.. Full details
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7 January 20149:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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12 December 201310:00

Amnesty International Cake Sale

Amnesty International Cake Sale. Full details
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10 December 201310:00

Wellbeing

Wellbeing. Full details
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10 December 20139:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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9 December 201311:00

Russian Society

Russian Society Christmas Dinner ticket sales. Full details
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9 December 201310:00

EUTCO Bake Sale

EUTCO Bake Sale. Full details
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9 December 201310:00

Footlights Ticket & Bake Sale

Footlights Ticket & Bake Sale. Full details
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6 December 20137:00

Employer/Students Job Fair

Employer/Students Job Fair. Full details
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5 December 201312:00

Theology Society

Sale of tickets for Theology Society Christmas dinner. Full details
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5 December 201310:00

Amnesty International Cake Sale

Amnesty International Cake Sale. Full details
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4 December 201312:00

Theology Society

Sale of tickets for Theology Society Christmas dinner. Full details
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4 December 20139:00

Access to Internships Drop In

Access to Internships Drop In. Full details
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3 December 201310:00

Wellbeing

Wellbeing. Full details
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3 December 20139:00

Kids in the Middle Cake Sale

Kids in the Middle Cake Sale. Full details
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3 December 20139:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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2 December 201310:00

Footlights Christmas Bake Sale

Christmas Bake Sale. Full details
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2 December 201310:00

Coppafeel Bake Sale Fundraiser

Coppafeel Bake Sale Fundraiser & sign up to text reminder service. Full details
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2 December 201310:00

Friends of Palestine

Friends of Palestine. Full details
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2 December 20139:00

Clifford Chance

Clifford Chance employer event. Full details
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29 November 201315:00

Nerf Society

Sign up to the Nerf Society with 3/4 toy 'Nerf' guns. Full details
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29 November 201314:00

RAG Hope for children

Selling items to raise money to climb Kilimanjaro for Hope for Children. Full details
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29 November 201312:00

Theology Society

Sale of tickets for Theology Society Christmas dinner. Full details
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29 November 201311:00

University Dance Society

Cake sale to raise money for the University Dance Society. Full details
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29 November 201311:00

EUTCO Bake Sale

Bake/general snack sale to fundraise for EUTCOs Northcott Show. Full details
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28 November 201312:00

Hong Kong Society

To promote and collect payment for Hong Kong Society Christmas Dinner. Full details
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28 November 201312:00

Hong Kong Society

To promote and collect payment for Hong Kong Society Christmas Dinner. Full details
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28 November 201312:00

Hong Kong Society

To promote and collect payment for Hong Kong Society Christmas Dinner. Full details
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28 November 201312:00

Theology Society

Sale of tickets for Theology Society Christmas dinner. Full details
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28 November 201311:00

Link Hitch

To raise interest in our charity hitchhike. Full details
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28 November 201310:00

Bake Sale for Nightstop Devon

Bake Sale for Nightstop Devon and publicity for Film screening 29th November. Full details
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28 November 201310:00

Amnesty International Cake Sale

Amnesty International Cake Sale. Full details
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28 November 20131:00

Gender Equality Society

To promote our annual Reclaim the Night march. This march is in protest of sexual violence and rape.. Full details
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27 November 20138:00

PG Study Fair

Post Graduate Study Fair. Full details
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26 November 201318:00

Bob Harris

Bob Harris from Radio 2 will be speaking at 7.30pm. Full details
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26 November 201312:00

Theology Society

Sale of tickets for Theology Society Christmas dinner. Full details
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26 November 201310:00

Bakesale fundraiser for Enactus project

Bakesale fundraiser for Enactus project - Helping Uganda do business & Mwenya Uganda. Full details
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26 November 201310:00

Wellbeing

Wellbeing. Full details
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26 November 20139:00

Access to Internships Drop In

Access to Internships Drop In. Full details
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26 November 20139:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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25 November 201311:00

Malaysian Society Ticket Sales

Selling tickets for South East Asian Night 2013. Full details
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22 November 201314:30

Medsin overview

Medsin overview & launch. Full details
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21 November 201314:00

CLS3005 Leadership Questionnaire

CLS3005 Leadership Questionnaire. Full details
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21 November 201314:00

Leading change in Practice

To encourage people not to use plastic bags when they go shopping and tell them the dangers of not recycling bags in the environment. Full details
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21 November 201313:00

Student music magazine web page promotion

Student music magazine webpage promotion. Full details
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21 November 201313:00

Chinese Society Showcase

Display and activities showcase of Chinese society. Full details
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21 November 201311:00

RAG Kilimanjaro trip Bake Sale

RAG Kilimanjaro trip Bake Sale. Full details
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21 November 201311:00

EUTCO Bakesale

EUTCO Bakesale. Full details
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21 November 201310:00

Amnesty International Cake Sale

Amnesty International Cake Sale. Full details
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20 November 201313:30

Jewish Society Study Break

Jewish Society Study Break stall in aid of Mitzvah Day - an international day of Jewish charity. Full details
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20 November 201311:00

Hide & Seek Society

Giving out information for our "Assassin's" game/social. Full details
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20 November 20138:00

Jaguar Landrover Careers Stand

Jaguar Landrover Careers Stand. Full details
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19 November 20139:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand and Market

Student Entrepreneur Stand and Market. Full details
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18 November 201311:30

Exeter Wine Society

Selling tickets for wine society. Full details
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18 November 201311:00

Amnesty International

Cake Sale. Full details
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18 November 201311:00

RAG Kilimanjaro trip Bake Sale

RAG Kilimanjaro trip Bake Sale. Full details
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18 November 201310:00

RAG Sale of Sports Calendar

RAG Sale of Sports Calendar. Full details
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18 November 20139:00

Medical Imaging Research event

Medical Imaging Bone Density Research event using a small quantatative ultrasound machine. Full details
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18 November 20139:00

Access to Internships Drop In

Access to Internships Drop In. Full details
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14 November 201312:00

Xpression FM - Children in Need event

An outside broadcast raising money for Children in Need. Full details
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14 November 201310:00

Amnesty International Cake Sale

Amnesty International Cake Sale. Full details
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13 November 201313:00

English Society Christmas Dinner ticket sales

English Society Christmas Dinner ticket sales. Full details
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12 November 201311:00

Community Action Society Bake Sale

Community Action Society Bake Sale. Full details
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12 November 201310:00

Wellbeing

Wellbeing. Full details
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12 November 20139:00

Microsoft Careers event

Microsoft Careers event. Full details
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12 November 20139:00

Access to Internships Drop In

Access to Internships Drop In. Full details
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12 November 20139:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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11 November 20138:00

Vodaphone Employability Event

Vodaphone Employability Event. Full details
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7 November 201310:00

Amnesty International Cake Sale

Amnesty International Cake Sale. Full details
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7 November 20139:00

Transport for London Careers stand

Transport for London Careers stand. Full details
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7 November 20139:00

RM Education Careers stand

RM Education Careers stand. Full details
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6 November 20139:00

Access to Internships Drop In

Access to Internships Drop In. Full details
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5 November 201310:00

Wellbeing

Wellbeing. Full details
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5 November 20139:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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4 November 201311:00

International Student Support Overview

Celebration of Gowradhan Puja by Hindu Chaplain. Full details
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4 November 20139:00

Danone Careers Event

Careers Event. Full details
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4 November 20139:00

Linklaters Careers Event

Linklaters Careers Event. Full details
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1 November 20139:00

Campus Tour Programme

An enhanced Campus Tour Programme enabling us to provide information and advice to visitors as well as managing the tours themselves. Full details
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31 October 201314:00

Hospicare Haunted Halloween Hobble

Hospicare Haunted Halloween Hobble. Full details
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31 October 201310:00

Amnesty International Cake Sale

Amnesty International Cake Sale. Full details
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31 October 20139:00

Campus Tour Programme

An enhanced Campus Tour Programme enabling us to provide information and advice to visitors as well as managing the tours themselves. Full details
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31 October 20139:00

Access to Internships Drop In

Access to Internships Drop In. Full details
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30 October 20139:00

Campus Tour Programme

An enhanced Campus Tour Programme enabling us to provide information and advice to visitors as well as managing the tours themselves. Full details
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29 October 201318:00

Hilary Mantel event

Hilary Mantel event for Arts and Culture. Full details
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29 October 201314:00

Refreshments for Alexia Chilvers

Refreshments for Alexia Chilvers on the Mezzanine. Full details
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29 October 201310:00

Wellbeing

Wellbeing. Full details
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29 October 20139:00

Campus Tour Programme

An enhanced Campus Tour Programme enabling us to provide information and advice to visitors as well as managing the tours themselves. Full details
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29 October 20139:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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28 - 30 October 20139:00

Campus Tour Programme

An enhanced Campus Tour Programme enabling us to provide information and advice to visitors as well as managing the tours themselves. Full details
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25 October 20139:00

Access to Internships Drop In

Access to Internships Drop In. Full details
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24 October 201312:00

Student Recruitment

Promotion of the Student Ambassador Scheme. Full details
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24 October 201310:00

Amnesty International Cake Sale

Amnesty International Cake Sale. Full details
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24 October 20139:00

Cycle event

Cycle event. Full details
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22 October 201312:00

Student Recruitment

Promotion of the Student Ambassador Scheme. Full details
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22 October 201310:00

Wellbeing

Wellbeing. Full details
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22 October 20139:00

Deloitte Careers Stand

Deloitte Careers Stand. Full details
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22 October 20139:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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21 October 20139:00

RBS Event

RBS Drop-in Event. Full details
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18 October 20139:00

PWC Coffee cart

PWC Coffee cart. Full details
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17 October 201311:30

Exeter Ideas Lab for REACT's Objects Sandbox

Full details
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17 October 201310:00

Amnesty International Cake Sale

Amnesty International Cake Sale. Full details
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17 October 20139:00

Nestle Graduate Recruitment

Nestle Graduate Recruitment. Full details
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17 October 20139:00

Access to Internships Drop In

Access to Internships Drop In. Full details
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16 October 20139:00

Grant Thornton Careers Event

Grant Thornton Careers Event. Full details
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15 October 201318:00

PWC Careers Presentation

PWC Careers Presentation. Full details
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15 October 20139:00

Coca Cola TUCO promotion

Coca Cola TUCC promotion for the Market Place. Full details
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15 October 20139:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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15 October 20139:00

CMS Cameron McKenna

CMS Cameron McKenna. Full details
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15 October 2013

Wellbeing

Wellbeing. Full details
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14 October 201318:45

Nick Ross "Crime: How to solve it and why so much of what we're told is wrong"

Nick Ross presented radio and TV for almost 40 years, including World at One, A Week in Politics and launched breakfast TV and shows like Watchdog. He produced, directed and reported several award-winning documentaries but is best known for Crimewatch which he fronted for 23 years. He is a campaigner for science and evidence-based medicine and is a visiting professor and honorary fellow at UCL where he founded the Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science. He is chairman, trustee, ambassador or patron of a range of charities, and his book, 'Crime: how to solve it, and why so much of what we're told is wrong', was published in the summer.. Full details
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12 October 201310:00

Puzzled about depression?

Hear about the latest developments in treatments and research into depression being carried out here in Exeter. Bring your questions and ideas to discuss with therapists, researchers, GPs, pharmacists and people who live with depression at the Information Exchange. Full details
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10 October 201312:00

Student Recruitment

Promotion of the Student Ambassador Scheme. Full details
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10 October 201310:00

Amnesty International Cake Sale

Amnesty International Cake Sale. Full details
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10 October 201310:00

International Student Support

Police Registration documentation for new International students. Full details
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10 October 20138:00

Accenture

Accenture. Full details
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9 October 20139:00

Access to Internships Drop In

Access to Internships Drop In. Full details
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8 October 201312:00

Student Recruitment

Promotion of the Student Ambassador Scheme. Full details
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8 October 201310:00

Travel Devon Roadshow

Travel Devon Roadshow. Full details
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8 October 201310:00

Wellbeing

Wellbeing. Full details
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8 October 20139:00

Evangelical Christian Union

Evangelical Christian Union partnerined with Gideons International to give out frre bibles. Full details
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8 October 20139:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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7 - 8 October 20139:00

Evangelical Christian Union

Evangelical Christian Union partnering with Gideons International. Full details
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7 October 20138:00

Employment Service Careerzone / KPMG

KPMG. Full details
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4 October 201310:00

International Student Support

Police Officers handing back police Registration documentation & passports to new International Students. Full details
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3 October 201311:00

Ana Botin (CEO of Santander UK plc) Lecture

We're delighted to invite you to a lecture by Ana Botin, CEO of Santander UK plc, from 11:00 - 11:45 on Thursday 3 October 2013. Ana Botin was appointed as CEO of Santander UK plc in December 2010. Santander UK plc is one Britain's leading personal financial services companies and one of the largest providers of mortgages and savings in the UK. Full details
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3 October 20137:00

Employer/Students Job Fair

Employer/Students Job Fair. Full details
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2 October 201310:00

Volunteering Fair

Volunteering Fair. Full details
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1 October 201310:00

Wellbeing

Wellbeing event. Full details
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1 October 20139:00

Market Place Pizza

Market Place Pizza. Full details
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1 October 20139:00

Access to Internships Drop In

Access to Internships Drop In. Full details
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1 October 20139:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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1 October 20138:00

Employment Services Careerzone / Ernst & Young

Ernst & Young. Full details
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27 September 201310:00

Cake sale for Macmillan Cancer

Cake sale for Macmillan Cancer Annual Coffee morning. Full details
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27 September 20139:00

Exeter Experience Day

A day for adults with learning disabilities, recruitment of volunteers, etc. Full details
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27 September 2013

Coffee morning Macmillan Cancer Research

Coffee morning Macmillan Cancer Research. Full details
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26 September 201310:00

Amnesty International Cake Sale

Amnesty International Cake Sale. Full details
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26 September 20131:00

Student Recruitment

Promotion for the Student Ambassador Scheme. Full details
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25 September 201313:00

Chinese Society

Chinese Society Fresher part and events end of September. Full details
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25 September 201312:00

Late Lessons from Early Warnings: Science, Precaution & Innovation

David Gee, former Senior Adviser on Science, Policy and Emerging Issues at the European Environment Agency, presents a Seminar on the recent EEA report Late Lessons from Early Warnings: Science, Precaution, Innovation. Full details
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25 September 20139:00

Secondhand Bike Sale

Secondhand Bike Sale event. Full details
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24 September 201313:00

Chinese Society

Chinese Society Fresher party and events end of September. Full details
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24 September 201312:00

Student Recruitment

Promotion of the Student Ambassador Scheme. Full details
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24 September 20139:00

Varsity Ticket sales

Varsity Ticket sales on behalf of University Football team. Full details
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24 September 20139:00

Student Entrepreneur Stand

Student Entrepreneur Stand. Full details
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23 September 201310:00

International Students Council

To raise International Student Awareness of how they represent them and what they do. Full details
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23 September 20139:00

Varsity ticket sales

Varsity ticket sales on behalf of University Football club. Full details
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12 September 20139:00

Pedare 2013 (Centre for Pedagogic Arts-Based Research)

The conference will experientially explore solutions, tools and techniques, along with pedagogic insights that will meet the demands of changes in HE.Keynote speaker: Professor John Portelli, University of Toronto, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. For further details visit http://pedare.falmouth.ac.uk and click on Conferences. Full details
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7 - 13 September 20131:00

Farmers Market

Farmers' Market on the Great Hall Piazza. Fabulous local food from seasonal vegetables to tasty treats. Full details
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6 September 201311:00

Farmers Market

Farmers' Market on the Great Hall Piazza, Fabulous local food from seasonal vegetables to tasty treats. Full details
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22 August 20138:00

HP Launch

HP Launch. Full details
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21 August 201313:00

HP Launch

Launch event for the University's new PC contract with HP. Full details
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19 June 20138:00

Bike Exhibition

Bike Exhibition. Full details
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18 June 201310:00

Bake Sale - MA Staging Shakespeare Class

Raising maney to cover cost. Full details
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14 June 201311:30

Steward Warden Refuge Collection

Free bin stickers that wil entitle students to free subsidised refuse collecton. Full details
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6 June 201311:30

Steward Warden Refuge Collection

Free bin stickers that wil entitle students to free subsidised refuse collecton. Full details
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30 May 201311:30

University Symphony

Bake Sale. Full details
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30 May 201311:30

Steward Warden Refuge Collection

Free bin stickers that wil entitle students to free subsidised refuse collecton. Full details
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30 May 201310:00

Promotional Event

Table with information & gifts. Full details
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29 May 201311:30

Alcohol Awareness

Alcohol awareness. Full details
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28 May 201311:00

The Enchanted Garden Ball

Exchange students tickets for wristband & travel to the event. Full details
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28 May 20139:00

World Music Choir

Sandwiches and Cake Sale to ask for donations. Full details
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27 May 201312:00

University Symphony Orchestra

Ticket & bake sale. Full details
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25 May 201310:00

Exeter Northcote Theatre Open Day

Workshops and Street Theatre. Full details
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24 May 201312:00

ExTunes

Selling tickets for ExTunes Ball. Full details
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24 May 201311:00

RAG

Meet the charities. Full details
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23 May 201311:30

Alcohol Awareness

Alcohol awareness. Full details
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23 May 201311:30

Stewards Warden Refuge Collecton

Giving ou free bin stickers that will entitle students to free Subsidised refuse collection. Full details
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23 May 201310:00

Eutco

Fundraising Bake Sale. Full details
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23 May 201310:00

Arts Week (Guild)

Advertise Arts Week 3rd - 8th June. Full details
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22 May 201312:00

Mental Health Research

Information stand for Alzheimer's society. Full details
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22 May 201312:00

RAG

Showcase short listed RAG charities. Full details
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22 May 201311:00

Footlights

Cake Sale. Full details
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22 May 20139:00

Amsterdam Marathon

A Cake /fresh waffle stall to raise money for cancer research. Full details
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22 May 20139:00

World Music Choir

Sweet & savoury bake sale to raise funds for the choir. Full details
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21 May 201311:00

Theatre with Teeth

Cake Sale. Full details
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21 May 20138:00

Instabear stall

Student Guild Entrepreneur stand. Full details
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20 May 201320:00

Theatre with Teeth bake sale

Late night bake sale fundraiser. Full details
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20 May 201312:00

Theatre Company Publicity Stunt

Publicity stunt to promote details of the play. Full details
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20 May 201311:00

Arts on the move Festival

Cake sale raising money for Festival Date. Full details
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15 May 201311:30

Alcohol Awareness

Alcohol awareness. Full details
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9 May 201312:30

Raleigh International Cake & Coffee stall

Raleigh International fundraiser. Full details
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9 May 201311:30

Alcohol Awareness

Alcohol awareness. Full details
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9 May 201311:30

Alcohol Awareness

Alcohol awareness. Full details
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9 May 201311:30

Alcohol Awareness

Alcohol awareness. Full details
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9 May 201311:00

LEG _ Mood Disorders

During Depression Awareness Week members of LEG can give advice & information about living with depression, and research by Mood Disorders Centre at the University. Full details
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8 May 201310:00

Athletic Union - Relax with Sport

Promoting exercise and a variety of sports to relax during the exam period. Full details
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4 May 201319:30

Tadpole Theatre presents: Small People

Meet our very own Small People: Jaq, Eddie, Babs, Dick, Andrew and Bob. They are a group of artists struggling to gain recognition. So when their successful friend invites them to stay with her, and she has an accident, they decide to use this to their advantage with hilarious but devastating effects. Prepare to be delighted, repulsed and tickled by the group's savage antics. Full details
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3 May 201319:30

Tadpole Theatre presents: Small People

Meet our very own Small People: Jaq, Eddie, Babs, Dick, Andrew and Bob. They are a group of artists struggling to gain recognition. So when their successful friend invites them to stay with her, and she has an accident, they decide to use this to their advantage with hilarious but devastating effects. Prepare to be delighted, repulsed and tickled by the group's savage antics. Full details
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25 April 201319:30

Thomas Hardy and John Stuart Mill

This is the first in a series of five lectures about Thomas Hardy and is part of a larger project from a Hardy Country working group which includes Dorset County Museum, the National Trust and the University of Exeter. Designed to promote knowledge and understanding of Hardy, the lectures will provide a physical experience of this ongoing project to revise the profile of Thomas Hardy both locally and nationally. The addition of lectures by academics studying Hardy provides a link to contemporary ideas about him and his work and a link to a public who know Hardy only from his novels. Full details
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25 - 26 April 20139:00

'Medieval Perceptions of Landscape - How did people in Medieval Cornwall perceive their environment?' Hosted by the Centre for Environmental Arts and Humanities

Hosted by the Centre for Environmental Arts and Humanities, University of Exeter, Cornwall Campus, Tremough, Penryn (near Falmouth). Full details
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22 April 201318:30

Screen Talks - Savants and Stereotypes: Barry Levinson's Rain Man (1988) introduced by Dr Ginny Russell

In partnership with Picturehouse Cinemas, the University of Exeter's Screen Talks brings you a fantastic programme of films selected by experts in Film, Literature, History and Culture. Full details
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21 March 201310:30

Today in the Forum

Selling tea & coffee. Full details
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21 March 201310:00

Today in the Forum

Ticket Selling. Full details
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21 March 201310:00

Today in the Forum

Ticket Selling. Full details
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21 March 20139:00

Today in the Forum

Selling tickets for hockey varsity. Full details
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20 March 20139:00

Offer Holder Visit Days

Information fair in the Forum for prospective students. Full details
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16 March 201319:00

Exeter University Choral Society perform Mozart's Requiem

Exeter University Choral Society will be performing one of Mozarts most highly regarded and mysterious works, the Requiem Mass in D Minor. It is an extremely popular piece of classical music and now you have the chance to enjoy it in one of the finest music halls in the South West with the talented Choral Society consisting both University students and members from the community.16th March 2013, 19:00, University Great HallTickets: 1 (lower seats); 2 (balcony); 3 (boxes)Available from euchoraltickets@gmail.com. Full details
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15 March 201310:00

Comic Relief in the Forum / Xpression FM live broadcast

Comic Relief - staff & student fundraising activities in the Forum Street including fun races and bake salesXpression FM will also be broadcasting live from the Forum on the day. Full details
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15 March 20139:00

Amnesty International Bake Sale

Cakes sold in aid of Amnesty International. Full details
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14 March 20139:00

TODAY IN THE STREET

Amnesty International Bake SaleSantander StandCongo StandRAG for comic relief. Full details
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13 March 20139:00

Offer Holder Visit Days

Stands will be on display in the Forum for Offer Holder Visit Days. Full details
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11 March 201317:00

"Medieval Cursing and its Uses"

Professor Sarah Hamilton (Department of History) will be giving her inaugural lecture entitled "Medieval Cursing and its Uses" on Monday 11 March at 5pm in Lecture Theatre D, Streatham Court. Full details
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11 March 201310:00

History Society Stand

The History Society will have a display stand in the Forum Street. Full details
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7 March 201318:30

Anna Karenina - Staff Association Film Night - ALL STAFF WELCOME

The third collaboration of Academy Award nominee Keira Knightley with acclaimed director Joe Wright, following the award-winning box office successes Pride & Prejudice and Atonement, is a bold, theatrical new vision of the epic story of love, adapted from Leo Tolstoy's timeless novel by Academy Award winner Tom Stoppard. Full details
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4 March 201316:00

"Images of Elsewhere: The Cartographic Imagination in the Age of Globalisation"

Professor Jerry Brotton (Queen Mary, University of London) will be in Exeter on 4 March to deliver the 2013 Gareth Roberts Memorial Lecture. His lecture will be entitled "Images of Elsewhere: The Cartographic Imagination in the Age of Globalisation.". Full details
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26 February 201311:30

REACT - Future Documentary Ideas Lab

REACT is delighted to announce Future Documentary as the theme for its next Sandbox. The scheme will fund collaborations that develop explorations around this theme and how the overlap between broadcast and the internet is disrupting traditional documentary media.To qualify for funding you must be a collaboration between an Arts and Humanities researcher and a Creative Business or partner. Full details
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22 February 201313:00

Staff Association Golf Club - First Meeting, Dawlish Warren

Join the newly formed University Staff Golf Club at Dawlish Warren;. Full details
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7 February 201317:30

Staff Association Drinks at Oddfellows

Reward your self for all that hard work detoxing in January and join the Staff Association for Drinks!. Full details
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30 January 201313:00

Athena SWAN event - keynote speaker Professor Teresa Rees CBE

Athena SWAN Celebration where we will be joined by Professor Teresa Rees of Cardiff University. All staff and students welcome. Full details
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28 January 201318:15

Seaweed or Fruits de Mer? A talk at Falmouth Aquarium by forager and phycologist Rory MacPhee

The Falmouth Aquarium, in conjunction with the FXU's EcoSoc Society and the Biosciences students at the University of Exeter, will be hosting an evening event on cultivating seaweed in the UK with Rory MacPhee. Full details
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27 2013 - 27 January 201412:00

Amnesty International

Amnesty International are raising funds for Syrian refugees and civilians. Full details
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24 January 201318:00

Italian Language Group - FILM NIGHT

At the last "Italian Conversazione" the group agreed that for the next evening meeting we should do something different and hold a film night this will be on 24th January at 6pm Queens LT2.Please bring along any Italian DVDs you are interested in watching (with English sub-titles is fine) and we will pick the most popular to watch on the night. If anyone is interested in swapping films we can also do that.Please could you also bring some Italian themed food for nibbling on during the film plates and napkins provided.Interested in attending? Please email Claire Turner c.e.turner@exeter.ac.ukThis event is for Staff Association Members only. Full details
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23 - 26 January 201319:30

Footlights musical theatre - Copacabana

Footlights musical theatre present Barry Manilow's Copacabana, 23-26 January, 19:30, Exeter Northcott Theatre. Ticket prices ranging from 10-16.50 and discounted concession prices. They are available from the Exeter Northcott Box Office from now!. Full details
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23 2013 - 23 January 201412:00

Amnesty International

Amnesty International are raising funds for Syrian refugees and civilians. Full details
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22 January 201312:30

Staff Quit Smoking Talks

During this workshop you have the opportunity to talk to advisors from the Devon Primary Care Trust Smoking Cessation Team about the best way of quitting.. Full details
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22 2013 - 22 January 201412:00

Amnesty International

Amnesty International are raising funds for Syrian refugees and civilians. Full details
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22 2013 - 22 January 2014

Amnesty International

Amnesty International are raising funds for Syrian refugees and civilians. Full details
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20 2013 - 20 January 201412:00

Amnesty International

Amnesty International raising funds for Syrian refugees and civilians. Full details
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18 January 201317:30

Back to Netball - First Session of the year!

We are looking players - young or old to come and play a friendly once a week.;This is a great opportunity to come and learn the rules of netball or if you have played before to refresh your skills, keep fit and meet new people!Netball Southwest run Back to Netball sessions every Friday at 5.30pm at the Sports Park - starting 18 January 2013Please email Samantha Chidley s.chidley@exeter.ac.uk if you are interested in attending. Full details
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15 January 201318:00

Poetry reading and creative writing workshops by Professor Maxine Chernoff

In January 2013 we are proud to welcome Professor Maxine Chernoff to the College of Humanities. Full details
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15 2013 - 15 January 201412:00

Amnesty International

Amnesty International are raising funds for Syrian refugees and civilians. Full details
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14 2013 - 14 January 201412:00

Amnesty International

Amnesty International are raising funds for Syrian refugees and civilians. Full details
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11 December 201218:00

Miriam Darlington - 'Otter Country: In Search of the Wild Otter '

The Department of English and the Centre for South West Writing are very pleased to celebrate the publication by Granta of current PhD student Miriam Darlingtons book, 'Otter Country'.. Full details
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6 December 201220:00

University of Exeter Jazz Orchestra - Christmas music and classic jazz

The Jazz Orchestra hosts an elegant night of Christmas music and classic jazz at The Lemon Grove. Full details
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5 December 201217:00

Exploring New Frontiers in Art History and Visual Culture

A lecture with Professor Choodamani Nandagopal and Dr Soumya Manjunath Chavan which will evaluate the extent to which visuality can initiate cross-disciplinary exchange between art, science, literature, technology, media studies, the social sciences and even management studies. Full details
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25 June 201212:00

REACT Books & Print Sandbox Ideas Lab

Books & Print Sandbox is REACT's second call for ideas. We're looking to support six ground-breaking collaborations between creative economy partners and academic researchers to explore Books and Print, as historical, contemporary or future phenomena.. Full details
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23 June 201213:30

Henry IV in the Forum piazza.

Elysium Theatre Co presents Henry IV in the Forum piazza. Full details
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23 June 201211:00

Richard III in the Forum piazza.

Elysium Theatre Co presents Richard III in the Forum piazza. Full details
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22 June 201213:30

Henry IV in the Forum piazza.

Elysium Theatre Co presents Henry IV in the Forum piazza. Full details
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15 June 201212:00

REACT Books & Print Open Meeting at the Cornwall Campus

The scheme will fund six collaborations that develop explorations around this theme in how we read, learn and publish. We're interested in innovative ideas that tell stories and deliver content in original ways.. Full details
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13 June 201212:00

REACT Books & Print Open Meeting at Streatham Campus

The scheme will fund six collaborations that develop explorations around this theme in how we read, learn and publish. We're interested in innovative ideas that tell stories and deliver content in original ways.. Full details
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31 May 201211:00

Sustainability Fair

Come along to the Sustainability Fair on Thursday 31 May, 11:00-14:00, Northern Piazza by the Forum main entrance. Find out about Sustainability and how you can get involved. All staff and students welcome. Stalls will include free smoothies, an Energy Bike, and a free-to-enter prize draw! More details on the prize draw to follow.. Full details
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23 April 201212:00

How to Write a Data Management Plan: A Short Guide

Open Exeter presents How to Write a Data Management Plan: A Short Guide. Followed by coffee and cakes. All PhD students and researchers welcome. Confirm attendance via email to Hannah Lloyd-Jones. Location: Lecture Theatre 1, Peter Lanyon Building, Cornwall Campus. Full details
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26 March 201219:30

Bridging the Community with music

100 students in the choir will be joined by as many local residents so neighbours can get to know each other in a fun and informal evening of music making. Full details
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16 March 201217:00

Ed Vulliamy - An Accidental War Reporter: Serendipity, Sarajevo, Samarra and Ciudad Juarez

Exeter University RAG and the Politics Society invite you to a talk by Ed Vulliamy, writer with the Guardian and the Observer. Full details
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7 February 201218:00

Seminar with scientist behind award winning documentary Up In Smoke

Mike Hands, the scientist behind award winning documentary Up In Smoke, wil be giving a free question and answer session at the University of Exeter. The seminar is free and open to all. This is a great opportunity to explore and discuss pioneering techniques aimed at providing a sustainable future for those living in and around the rainforests. The seminar takes place from 18:00 to 20:00 on Tuesday 7 February, Queens Building LT2 (Exeter) and Daphne Du Maurier LTA (Tremough). Full details
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7 February 201216:30

Up In Smoke, free film screening

The Sustainability team in conjunction with Bee Society (Tremough) are showing the directors cut of the award winning documentary Up In Smoke. The film follows one scientists mission to find a solution to the destructive slash and burn agriculture which threatens the rainforests. His solution could save more carbon emissions annually than all the global aviation combined but is the world ready to listen? The film will be shown on Friday 3 February, 16:30pm in Daphne Du Maurier LTA (Tremough).There will also be a seminar and open question and answer session with Mike Hands, the scientist behind Up In Smoke. The seminar is free and open to all. This is a great opportunity to explore and discuss pioneering techniques aimed at providing a sustainable future for those living in and around the rainforests. The seminar takes place from 18:00 to 20:00 on Tuesday 7 February, Queens Building LT2 (Exeter) and Daphne Du Maurier LTA (Tremough). Full details
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4 February 201213:00

Chinese New Year

University of Exeter Chinese New Year celebrations are the biggest in the city and are regularly attended by over 2000 people. The celebrations are presented by the Chinese Student Scholars Association (CSSA) and supported by University of Exeter, University of Exeter Business School, Students Guild and Streetwise Fund. Full details
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2 February 201218:00

Gabriella Giannachi: Gallery Talk, Spacex

This event is one of a series of visual culture lectures organised by the University of Exeters College of Humanities. Full details
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1 February 201218:00

Up In Smoke, free film screening

The Sustainability team in conjunction with Bee Society (Tremough) are showing the directors cut of the award winning documentary Up In Smoke. The film follows one scientists mission to find a solution to the destructive slash and burn agriculture which threatens the rainforests. His solution could save more carbon emissions annually than all the global aviation combined but is the world ready to listen? Screenings - Wednesday 1 February, 18:00 in Queens Building LT2 (Exeter) and Friday 3 February, 16:30pm in Daphne Du Maurier LTA (Tremough).There will also be a seminar and open question and answer session with Mike Hands, the scientist behind Up In Smoke. The seminar is free and open to all. This is a great opportunity to explore and discuss pioneering techniques aimed at providing a sustainable future for those living in and around the rainforests. The seminar takes place from 18:00 to 20:00 on Tuesday 7 February, Queens Building LT2 (Exeter) and Daphne Du Maurier LTA (Tremough). Full details
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28 January 201210:00

Around the World in Story: Free storytelling event

Throughout the day, the stories from the World Stories project will be read or told in English, and sometimes in the first language. The stories will be told by local authors and storytellers, and University of Exeter students and staff, celebrating the international cultures of the University and celebrating cultural diversity in the city.. Full details
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10 December 201110:00

Winter plant sale

Poinsettias and Cyclamens will be available to buy on a first come first served basis. Payments to be made by cash or cheque only. Full details
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7 December 201112:30

Staff Book Club

Find out more about the Staff Book Club at http://www.exeter.ac.uk/staffassociation/sigroups/staffbookclub/. Full details
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5 December 201116:30

Carols around the Christmas tree on the Piazza

As a large Christmas tree takes pride of place on the Great Hall Piazza, a performance from a brass band and the University's Choral Society will create a jolly Christmas atmosphere. Staff and students are invited along to sing carols and generally get into the Christmas spirit. Full details
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4 December 201118:30

University service of lessons and carols

A Christmas service. Full details
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2 December 201120:00

The Global Poverty Project present '1.4 billion reasons'

Engineers Without Borders - Exeter are hosting this multimedia presentation by the community education group The Global Poverty Project. Their mission is to end malaria.. Full details
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30 November 20119:30

CANCELLED BECAUSE OF INDUSTRIAL ACTION: Waking up to consciousness V: Facing reality

Please note: the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust has banned any teaching, training or educational events taking place on Trust premises on Wednesday 30th November 2011 because of the proposed industrial action. It is hoped that this workshop can be rescheduled.A one day course exploring new and challenging ideas from the science of consciousness studies, with a particular focus on its relevance to health care issues and ethics. This year we examine the different realities of conscious experience from the mathematical and physical, through to the mental and spiritual domains. Full details
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29 October 201115:00

Diwali

Come and celebrate the Fesitval of Lights with us at a free festival in Cornwall House, Streatham Campus. Paint your own Diya, get a henna tattoo, dress up in traditional clothes, learn some Bollywood dancing, eat some traditional food and watch fireworks. We look forward to seeing you there.. Full details
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19 October 201113:00

Climate change, health and the value of nature

The threats to human health and wellbeing presented by climate change and other environmental changes will be considered. Full details
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19 October 201113:00

Sustainability awareness

The NHS England carbon footprint is 21 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent. Despite an increase in efficiency, the NHS carbon footprint has risen by 40% since 1990. It is widely recognised that climate change is probably the most serious threat to life, our health and our well-being. As one of the worlds largest organisations, the NHS has a national and international duty to act and to set an important example to the business community and the public. Find out what the NHS is doing about it and why this matters to us all. All welcome. Free to NHS, Universities of Exeter, Plymouth or PCMD staff and students. No need to book drop in for all or part of the afternoon. Full details
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15 - 20 October 201111:00

Before the Crash - Art and Science Collide

A visual arts exhibition as part of the European project Immersion in the Science World through Arts (ISWA). Full details
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13 October 201113:00

Ronald Duncan: Poetry, Plays, Opera and Exploding Pigs - a life in Devon

In this lecture, Dr Alan Munton draws on Duncan's books about Devon life, and the writer's extensive literary archive at Exeter University, to describe a fascinating experiment in culture and rural living. Full details
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GlaxoSmithKline Careers

GlaxoSmithKline careers event. Full details
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