Events

  1. Events
  2. 2018
  3. November

November

  • Nov

    1

    Thursday

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni; Academics

    This event will feature a range of leading national speakers, presentations on up-to-date research on the CPA and an overview and evaluation of a new innovative approach to recovery-focused care planning.

  • Nov

    1

    Thursday

    Staff; Students

    Film screening and panel discussion on sustainable food policy

  • Nov

    2

    Friday

    Conferences

    Staff; Students; Alumni; Academics

    This workshop focusses upon the place of the EU in the world and global trade and examines how to model convergence

  • Nov

    2

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    The pianist and cellist return to City with their duo project, combining their diverse inspirations from jazz and world music.

  • Nov

    3

    Saturday

    Alumni Events

    Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates; Prospective Undergraduates; Academics

    Alumni Masterclass in Beijing

  • Nov

    5

    Monday

    Conferences

    Public

    The next forum will take place at SOAS

  • Nov

    5

    Monday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Alumni

    In this seminar, Professor Amanda Burls will present the empirical data on how the current app is being used and has been taken up by the NHS and present the new version of the app.

  • Nov

    5

    Monday

    Public

    Language is incredibly important. It allows us to understand others, as well as express ourselves fully. It helps us think, remember and plan our actions.

  • Nov

    6

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Public

    CityUniWomen are holding a focus group session on November 6 at 12.00-14.00 in Northampton Suite A to discuss future plans for the network.

  • Nov

    6

    Tuesday

    Panel Discussions

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates; Prospective Undergraduates; Academics

    Paul Tucker will launch his recently published book, “Unelected Power: The Quest for Legitimacy in Central Banking and the Regulatory State” (Princeton University Press).

  • Nov

    6

    Tuesday

    Public

    This event uses current research being done at City University into how the media looks at asylum seekers and refugees.

  • Nov

    6

    Tuesday

    Alumni Events

    Staff; Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates; Prospective Undergraduates; Academics

    Alumni Masterclass in Shanghai

  • Nov

    7

    Wednesday

    Conferences

    Public

    The Worldwide Association of Women Journalists and Writers will hold its 2018 Congress at City, University of London with a focus on storytelling.

  • Nov

    7

    Wednesday

    Panel Discussions

    Public; Staff; Students

    Professor Peter Hungerford-Welch discusses collaborating to shape the future of the Sentencing Council.

  • Nov

    7

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Dr Ija Trapeznikova to discuss the results highlighting the empirical relevance of labor market frictions and their interactions with firm entry costs for job creation, productivity, wages, and wage dispersion.

  • Nov

    7

    Wednesday

    Public; Prospective Undergraduates

    This interactive workshop organised by the ESS and the Quantitative (Q)-Step programme – both based at City, University of London – will teach local sixth form students about how researchers go about designing and delivering a large-scale social survey.

  • Nov

    7

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Elliot Ludvig for Research Centre for Machine Learning, School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering, City, University of London

  • Nov

    8

    Thursday

    Public

    Helen Kara will address the importance of research ethics for quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methods researchers.

  • Nov

    8

    Thursday

    Forums

    Public

    In this interactive event we will explain and demonstrate what social science can tell us about misinformation, how it works and what we can do to minimise its impact on us.

  • Nov

    8

    Thursday

    Alumni Events

    Staff; Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates; Prospective Undergraduates; Academics

    Alumni Masterclass in Hong Kong

  • Nov

    10

    Saturday

    Alumni Events

    Staff; Students; Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates; Prospective Undergraduates

    Alumni Dinner in Shenzhen

  • Nov

    13

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    A performance by two outstanding young musicians, 2018 prizewinners of the Musical Odyssey Summer School, held annually in Nafplio, Greece.

  • Nov

    14

    Wednesday

    Conferences

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates; Prospective Undergraduates; Academics

    Vladislav Zubok is Professor of International History at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). He has previously taught at Temple University and has served as a fellow at the National Security Archive, a non- government organization at the University of George Washington. His publications include A Failed Empire: The Soviet Union in the Cold War from Stalin to Gorbachev and Zhivago’s Children: The Last Russian Intelligentsia.

  • Nov

    14

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Pearse A Keane for the Research Centre for Machine Learning, School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering, City, University of London

  • Nov

    19

    Monday

    Alumni Events

    Staff; Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates; Academics

    Alumni Masterclass and Reception in Munich

  • Nov

    20

    Tuesday

    Alumni Events

    Staff; Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates; Prospective Undergraduates; Academics

    Alumni Masterclass and Reception in Frankfurt

  • Nov

    21

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Taking trade and security as salient case studies, the presentation will delve into the rupture in transatlantic treaty relations caused by Brexit and the ways in which the future UK-EU relationship will continue to affect Britain’s post-EU “special relationship” with the US.

  • Nov

    21

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    This seminar will explore the intersection of the socially entangled courtly cultures of singing and tourneying as attested by Douce 308, and will discuss ways in which the idealized eroticism of courtly love can been seen in the light of ideas of performative violence.

  • Nov

    22

    Thursday

    Awards

    Staff; Students

    This event will offer an enjoyable opportunity to collectively celebrate the success of the City Law School students and to thank the many individuals and organisations that contribute to the School through the sponsorship of prizes.

  • Nov

    22

    Thursday

    Lectures

    Public

    The 2018 Lecture will be given by Lionel Barber, Editor of the Financial Times

  • Nov

    26

    Monday

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates; Prospective Undergraduates; Academics

    Cass Global Women's Leadership Programme is delighted to welcome these extraordinary business leaders to Cass Business School.

  • Nov

    28

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Bjorn Heile will be referring to the work of the composer with arguably the best claim to have been the inventor of the genre, John Cage.

  • Nov

    28

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Ruth Thomson for Research Centre for Machine Learning, School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering, City, University of London

  • Nov

    28

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public

    Craig and Rebecca Struthers will discuss the challenges of founding an English watchmaking studio in the middle of a recession and the importance of historical research in contemporary making.

  • Nov

    29

    Thursday

    Alumni Events

    Staff; Students; Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates; Academics

    MSc Organisational Psychology Alumni event

  • Nov

    30

    Friday

    Conferences

    Public

    One-day workshop where policy makers, business practitioners and academics that have an interest in the BID model (Business Improvement District model), both in the UK and abroad, could get together and share their experiences.