What’s on at City – the latest news and events.
Professor Ahmed Kovacevic among 73 new Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering
The City academic joins an elite group of outstanding engineers.
Russell Brand: why it is so difficult for people to come forward with sexual assault allegations
Dr Lindsey Blumell writes for The Conversation about the barriers to reporting sexual assault.
Three in four rape and sexual assault survivors’ mental health harmed during police investigation, research reveals
Largest ever survey of 2,000 rape and sexual assault survivors paints a damning picture of police forces in England and Wales, but also recent signs of progress.
Bayes courses rank highly in both The Guardian University Guide 2024 and The Times Good University Guide 2024
Bayes Business School improves positions nationally for Marketing, Accounting and Finance programmes in The Times and The Guardian university guides
Letters from prison: Lifting the lid on a system in crisis
Howard League Executive Director, Andrea Coomber, opens a new collaboration between City’s Criminal Justice and Human Rights Centre and the League.
City hosts 19th International Conference on the Jack-Up Platform
The Conference addresses developments in applications of the Platform’s technologies to the offshore oil, gas and windfarm industries.
Monthly Alumni Networking Drinks in Singapore
We are pleased to extend an invite to all alumni based in or travelling through Singapore to join our Alumni Ambassador Punit Oza for Monthly Networking Drinks.
, 19:00 – 21:00
City/Royal Holloway Workshop on Family and Health Economics
This workshop promotes the exchange and dissemination of new research in the fields of family economics, health economics and its intersection.
Location: To be confirmed
The Fathers Together study: adapting and spreading a family intervention for young fathers in prison
Dr Anita Mehay will introduce the Fathers Together study, where they aim to adapt and deliver this programme for young fathers in prison as a way to strengthen family and community relationships.
, 12:30 – 13:30
Beyond "As If" Constitutionalism: Revenue, Borrowing, and Spending in the New Regime of European Integration
This seminar will look at a transition of potentially profound constitutional significance, one that may portend the emergence of a genuinely new regime of European integration.
, 17:30 – 19:00
Location: Hybrid: City Law School Building, Room TG13 and Online
AI for Insights beyond GPT-4
This presentation aims to categorise various types of AI, exploring their practical applications, identifying their strengths, and illustrating their optimal utilization in a business context.
, 14:00 – 15:30
Location: Drysdale Building [E], ELG02, Drysdale Building
Why governments should measure physical pain
This talk will analyse physical pain as a socioeconomic, psychosocial and behavioural phenomenon and discuss why pain should be used to complement the existing measures of societal wellbeing.
, 13:00 – 14:00
Location: AG03, College building, or via Zoom