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Chris Batty

Colleagues will be sorry to hear of the death of Chris Batty, former Facilities Assistant in the Library.

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New Caffé Nero outlet opens

The first of two new Caffé Nero outlets on campus has opened.

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Inside track

Making sense of 2020

.... if ever a year demands clarity and sharpness of vision, surely it is 2020!

Sir Alan Langlands Sir Alan Langlands

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

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Event highlights

Jan 27
  • 12:00 to
  • 13:00
  • Free
Inspiring Diversity in STEM with Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon
Roger Stevens LT19

Talk and question session on Inspiring Diversity in STEM with Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon (CEO STEMettes).

Jan 27
  • 19:30 to
  • 21:30
  • See details below
International Concert Series: Spanish Sun and Songs from Europe
Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall, School of Music, University of Leeds

Fatma Said (soprano) and Joseph Middleton (piano) perform perform music by Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms, Manuel de Falla and George Gershwin.

Jan 27
  • 10:00 to
  • 16:00
  • Free
LUU Vegan Fair
Leeds University Union (Union Square, Level -1)

Leeds University Union are hosting a Vegan Fair on Monday 27 January. Indulge in a post-Christmas cleanse with great food and more.

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Reporter 611 June 2019 June 2019

ISSUE 611 June 2019

In this issue:
  • Poet Laureate 'honour'
  • Nexus and CBI report
  • New alliances with Europe
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The Reporter is the University's staff newsletter and is produced five times a year.

Watch & Listen

Dr Martin Stow, Director of Nexus, describes how businesses and academics can collaborate to create innovative solutions to modern challenges. Read more about the new Nexus and CBI report into the opportunities for business presented by harnessing the potential of data.

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Leeds research

Children’s packed lunches lack nutritional quality

Fewer than two in every 100 packed lunches eaten by children in English primary schools meet nutritional standards, according to a major survey.

Clearing up cloudy climate predictions

UK scientists are taking to the skies as part of a major international research campaign to better understand the behaviour of clouds and their role in climate change.