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Fair society, healthy lives

Oct
2
2014

BSMS Annual Discourse
Chowen lecture theatre, Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS)
Thursday 2 October
18:30 until 20:00
Professor Sir Michael Marmot (University College London)

Indicators of overall population health and the distribution of health tell us much about how well a society is doing.


Undergraduate Open Day

Oct
4
2014

University of Sussex
Saturday 4 October
9:00 until 15:30

Even though you may have visited us before, either for a campus tour or as part of a school or college visit, we like to give all of our prospective...


Does Parenting Really Matter? Family Relationship Influences on Children (including School Attainment)

Oct
6
2014

ESW Open Seminar Series
Fulton, Room 104
Monday 6 October
17:00 until 18:30
Professor Gordon Harold

ESW Open Seminar Series The Centre for Teaching and Learning Research (CTLR) Does Parenting Really Matter?


People, Places and Holocaust Objects

Oct
7
2014

JUBILEE BUILDING 144, University of Sussex
Tuesday 7 October
17:00 until 18:00
Shivaun Woolfson

People, Places and Holocaust Objects Shivaun Woolfson Tuesday 7 Oct 2014 Time: 17.00-18.00, followed by drinks and nibbles   Venue: JUBILEE...


Sign language and spatiality

Oct
7
2014

Language and Culture Series
Language Learning Centre, Arts A
Tuesday 7 October
17:30 until 18:30
John Walker (University of Sussex)

A land, nation, community enclave or diaspora are examples of spaces where languages are situated and boundaries imagined.


The University of Sussex Peripatetic Golf Association (USPGA) inaugural fixture

Oct
8
2014

The Dyke Golf Club, Brighton
Wednesday 8 October
9:00 until 18:00

All golfers are warmly invited to play in the inaugural competition, which will be hosted by James Hirschfeld, Professor of Mathematics.


A model for democratic transition and European integration? Why Poland matters

Oct
15
2014

Professorial Lectures
Chowen lecture theatre, Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS)
Wednesday 15 October
18:30 until 19:30
Aleks Szczerbiak, Professor of Politics and Contemporary European Studies, LPS

Poland is the sixth largest country in the EU and plays an increasingly important role in European affairs. However it remains largely invisible.


The Megalithic Temples and Settlement Sites of Prehistoric Malta

Oct
16
2014

The University of Sussex Archaeological Society
Lecture Theatre A, Fulton Building
Thursday 16 October
19:00 until 20:30
Dr Michael Allen

Malta is well known for its prehistoric megalithic temples. In contrast less is known of its contemporary settlements. This lecture will examine both.


How do human rights campaigns succeed?

Oct
20
2014

ESW Open Seminar Series
Room 104, Fulton
Monday 20 October
16:30 until 18:00
Professor Kate Nash, Department of Sociology, Goldsmiths, (University of London)

Professor Nash explains how particular sociological perspectives can help avoid over-simplifying issues of human rights in practice.


Edges, horizons and transformations: the future of innovation policy

Oct
21
2014

Royal Society of the Arts, London
Tuesday 21 October
14:00 until 17:30

This half day SPRU event will explore the lessons, dilemmas and trajectories that could shape future innovation in the UK, Europe and globally.


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