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Inside track

Inside Track - 31 July 2017 - Sir Alan Langlands

Looking backwards and forwards at one and the same time

Alan Langlands Alan Langlands

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

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Event highlights

Sep 27
  • 17:30 to
  • 18:30
  • Free
Prize-giving: FUAM Graduate Art Prize 2017
The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery

Official announcement of the winner of the FUAM Graduate Art Prize 2017, with free refreshments and a talk by the winning artist to follow. Spaces are limited so please book in advance online.

Sep 27
  • 18:30 to
  • 20:30
  • Free
60 Years of Climate and Weather in Upper Teesdale
Level 8 Seminar Rooms, School of Earth and Environment

The first talk in the 2017/18 season of the Yorkshire Local Centre of the Royal Meteorological Society. This talk will be given by Ken Cooke, a Met Office Observer at Copley.

Sep 28
  • 18:00 to
  • 20:00
  • £3
Crafting Art: Creative Workshop
Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery

Be inspired by the contemporary art on display in the FUAM Graduate Art Prize exhibition and get creative at this fun evening workshop. Materials and refreshments are included. Suitable for ages 16+.

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Reporter

Reporter June 2017 cover showing Brownlee brothers

ISSUE 603 June 2017

In this issue:
  • Brownlee Centre launch
  • Be Curious 2017
  • Defining leadership excellence
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The Reporter is the University's staff newsletter and is produced five times a year.

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Leeds research

Millions of microbes are on the move

The mass movement of humans and animals is significantly affecting the distribution of essential microorganisms, scientists warn.

Assessing attitudes to lifestyle data and health research

Health researchers have launched a major survey to see if people would be prepared to allow their lifestyle data to be matched against their health records.