What’s on at City – the latest news and events.
Five years of women in leadership: reflecting on the Hampton-Alexander Review
Honoured alumnus entrepreneur reinvents company strategy to secure Network Rail deal
Dr Maurizio Bragagni has multiple cause for celebration after he was awarded an OBE shortly after signing a £150 million company contract
Bayes MSc student puts learning into practice with solo publication in leading journal
Andrew Mackenzie’s study on how breaking vessel emission rules could impact marine insurance cover is breaking new water in the industry.
On Israel's Cancellation of its Sweetened Beverage Tax
The Lancet publishes letter from academics seeking to overturn Israel's decision to cancel its sweetened beverage tax, including from the Centre for Food Policy, City, University of London.
Reach for Your Stars
Receiving a Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa) degree at City, University of London’s Winter Graduation, Dr Kathryn Gutteridge shares her journey with health and psychology degree graduates.
Journalism safety training could help save lives, limbs and liberties
Dr Abdullahi Tasiu Abubakar delivers training on journalists’ safety in conflict reporting in Nigeria.
Athena Swan Lecture
Dame Wendy Hall is Regius Professor of Computer Science, Associate Vice President (International Engagement) and is an Executive Director of the Web Science Institute at the University of Southampton.
, 13:00 – 15:30
Location: Northampton Square, ELG15
Audience: Academics; Alumni; Staff; Students
Journalism Jobs and Skills
Academics and alumni share practical tips and advice about gaining key journalism skills and how to forge a career in the media.
, 17:00 – 19:00
The Diasporic Quartets, Identity and Aesthetics
In this seminar composer Des Oliver will present his work The Diasporic Quartets in which he explores aspects of heritage, cultural appropriation, influence, social justice, and representation.
, 17:00 – 18:30
Location: , Room ALG09, College building
Machine Learning in the real world. Design ML-driven systems that work, really
This talk explores successfully designing ML systems to ensure high-quality standards of AI applications.
, 16:00 – 17:30
Location: ELG02, Drysdale Building
Shirley Smart (cello) and Ben Smith (piano): Lunchtime Concert
A programme interleaving jazz and improvisation with duo works from the classical repertoire by Bach, Brahms, Boulanger and others.
, 13:10 – 14:00
Location: Performance Space
National Security and International Trade Law
This seminar will be discussing some of the recent developments in the interaction between World Trade Organization (WTO) rules which govern the liberalization of trade in goods and services.
, 15:00 – 16:00
Location: Law Building Lecture Theatre
Audience: Staff; Students