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SES newsletter now available online

The October 2014 issue of the Student Education Service newsletter is now available online.

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USS updates from UUK and EPF

Updates from Universities UK and the Employers Pensions Forum, including models of how proposed changes may affect individuals, have been posted to the Pensions In Depth page of this site.

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My week

My Week - 13 October 2014 - the year ahead

Vice-Chancellor Sir Alan Langlands

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Alan Langlands is the twelfth Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leeds.

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Event highlights

Oct 30
  • 12:00 to
  • 14:00
  • Free
Feeding the Future: How you can make a difference
stage@leeds, stage one

The ‘Working on Waste’ initiative brings together companies from the food and grocery industry, giving employees and consumers insight and ideas about how to reduce household food waste.

Nov 5
  • 10:00 to
  • 15:00
  • Free
Laptop and Windows Tablet roadshow
Beechgrove Room, University House

Considering buying a new Laptop or Windows Tablet? Come view the new range available to staff and students, meet our new suppliers DTP and Getech and meet our current Desktop Computer supplier.

Nov 8
  • 19:00 to
  • 22:00
  • £12.50/ £7.50
The Adventures of Andy Kershaw
The Refectory

Taking place in the legendary Leeds University Refectory - the place so dear to Andy's heart, come and listen to Andy’s one-man show.

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Reporter

Front cover of September 584 issue of Reporter.

ISSUE Issue 584 September 2014

In this issue:
  • The University's Sustainability Strategy is launched- and everyone can get involved
  • Nominations are now open for this year's Vice-Chancellor's Health and Safety Awards
  • Visiting speakers give colleagues insights into how the Athena SWAN Silver award can be achieved
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The Reporter is the University’s staff newsletter and is produced eight times a year.

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Dr Jennifer Clancy outlines how stimulating nerves in your ear could improve the health of your heart.

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