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Get involved: LGBT Staff Network workshop

The LGBT Staff Network is warmly welcoming LGBTQ+ members to join a workshop to talk about the future development of the network.

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USS pension: information sessions February 2018

We have arranged another series of information sessions aimed at USS scheme members. You can sign up now. Sessions will be hosted by independent experts, Mercer, on 12 and 19 February 2018.

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Inside track

Inside Track - 8 December 2017 - Sir Alan Langlands

Focusing on what matters

Alan Langlands Alan Langlands

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

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Event highlights

Feb 19
  • 17:30 to
  • 19:00
  • Free
Leonard Matlovich: Gay Rights Hero?
Maurice Keyworth Building, LT (G.02)

This lecture will consider Matlovich’s contribution to the struggle for LGBT equality, and reflect on what his emergence as a ‘gay rights hero’ tells us about the wider movement.

Feb 19
  • 14:00 to
  • 15:30
  • Free
Visiting Artist’s Talk – Morgan Quaintance
Lecture Theatre 20, Roger Stevens Building, University of Leeds

Join us for our next Visiting Artists' Talk (VAT) when we will welcome London-based writer, musician, broadcaster and curator, Morgan Quaintance.

Feb 21
  • 10:00 to
  • 13:00
  • Free
EPSRC Centres for Doctoral Training Virtual Open Day 2018
Online

Whether you’ve already applied or plan to apply to one of the EPSRC Centres for Doctoral Training (CDT) offered by the University of Leeds, take part in our virtual CDT Open Day.

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Reporter

Reporter issue 605 December 2017

ISSUE 605 December 2017

In this issue:
  • Championing technicians
  • Sustainability news
  • Leeds Doctoral College
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The Reporter is the University's staff newsletter and is produced five times a year.

Watch & Listen

Director of the British Antarctic Survey, Professor Dame Jane Francis, has been announced as the University’s new Chancellor.
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Leeds research

Lightning storms less likely in a warming planet

Global warming may lead to a drop in lightning strikes, affecting atmospheric composition and the frequency of natural forest fires in the tropics, a new study suggests.

New models give insight into the heart of the Rosette Nebula

New research, led by the University of Leeds, offers an explanation for the discrepancy between the size and age of the Rosetta Nebula’s central cavity and that of its central stars.