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February 2012

                                                                       

Thank you to all those alumni who helped make the Lowry Exhibition at the Djanogly Gallery a record-breaking success. The final figure of 46,000 visitors in just 10 weeks smashed the previous best attendance of 10,000. The new Edward Burra exhibition, which opens on 3rd March, is the first major exhibition of his work in 25 years so we’re hoping for another success.

Two quickies - our Talent Roadshows are underway. Next month we’ll be at The Royal College of Surgeons in London and we’d love to see you there. You can see photos and films of the Nottingham Talent Roadshow here as well. Secondly we want to hear from any alumni involved in any way whatsoever with the London 2012 Olympics. Let us know if you’re playing a part in the ‘Greatest Show on Earth’ by contacting alumni-enquiries@nottingham.ac.uk.

Wherever you are in the world you can keep in touch with everything we do through our alumni Facebook page. It offers daily insights into some of the most amazing research, videos, alumni photographs, event information and an increasing amount of alumni chatter. So why not ‘Like’ us and join a growing band of alumni followers. It’s a great way to keep in touch and reminisce.

Finally, I would like to let you all know that, very shortly, I’ll be leaving my post here at the University for a new challenge in Manchester. I’d just like to say what a pleasure it has been to meet and talk to so many of you over the last two years and to be a part of the University of Nottingham story. I wish you all the very best for the future.


Claire Kilner
Head of Alumni Relations


News

 

University of Nottingham is the most popular in the UK

University receives the highest number of applications in the UK.

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Do you know someone who deserves to win an Alumni Laureate Award?

If you do, you have until 31st March to nominate. Don’t forget nominators and seconders of winners attend the awards night for free.

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Nottingham comes to London – 22nd March

The Royal College of Surgeons hosts our London Talent Roadshow – will you be there?

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Cutting back the salt in our crisps without losing the taste

Food scientists have found a way of measuring how we register the saltiness of crisps which could lead to new ways of producing healthier crisps. 

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The Centre of Excellence for Autoimmunity in Cancer (CEAC)

The world’s first centre of excellence specialising in pioneering research into the early detection of cancer, has been officially opened at the University. 

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Nottingham Graduate Trainee Programme 

Why not prepare for a management role within the University by applying for our graduate trainee programme. But hurry, closing date is 27th February. 

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Santander Universities scholarships will make a real impact

New scholarships will help students and staff travel overseas to enhance their learning and research as part of a £260,000 package of support.

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What's on

 

February 2012
Weds 22nd
London Masterclass – Selling Yourself on Paper at The University Women’s Club, Mayfair, London
Thu 23rd
Annual Dearing Higher Education Conference
March
 
Sat 3rd
British Council Career Development Workshop, Beijing
Tues 6th
Alumni meal at Bengaluru, Bangalore
Weds 7th
Alumni meal at the Olive Bar, Mumbai - SOLD OUT
Sat 10th
British Council Career Development Workshops in Shanghai, Guangzhou and Chengdu
Weds 14th
Russell Group Alumni Drinks Reception, Edinburgh
Weds 21st
Careers Fair at the Malaysia Campus
Thu 22nd
Nottingham Masterclass Play to Your Strengths, at The Hemsley Club, University park
Thu 22nd
London Talent Roadshow at The Royal College of Surgeons

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