This Week at Loughborough | 14 June
IAS Spotlight Series – Remote Geopolitics: The Arctic and Beyond
14 June, 1 – 3pm, Online
Following the success of the first Institute of Advanced Studies Arctic Geopolitics Spotlight Series workshop, Dr Duncan Depledge and colleagues have organised a second Virtual Workshop on ‘Remote Geopolitics: The Arctic and Beyond’. Find out more on the events page.
Keep Calm Week: Puppy Petting
15 June, 10am – 4.30pm, Loughborough Students’ Union
Could you do with a break from working? Well, look no further than our beloved Puppy Petting! Spend a bit of time petting them, chatting to them and handing them treats. To book and find out more visit the events page.
Public lecture: Supplements in sport – risk or reward
15 June, 5.30 – 6.30pm, Online
This public lecture will be delivered by Dr Stephen Mears, Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Nutrition at Loughborough University. Find out more on the events page.
Collaborative Project Show 2021
16 June, 1 – 3pm, Online
Join us for an afternoon of discovery and discussion around project-based innovation and collaborative solutions. Book your place and find out more on the events page.
Mathematics Education Centre Seminar
16 June, 2 – 4:15pm, Online
Presentation and Q&A: Professor Camilla Gilmore, ‘Mathematics learning difficulties in children and adolescents born preterm’. Find out more on the events page.
Interface: What’s Up With Everyone? Storytelling and mental health
16 June, 3 – 4pm, Online
What’s Up With Everyone is a research project that explores how animated storytelling might increase mental health literacy in young people.
Letters To Emma Theatre Production
16 – 18 June, 7pm, Martin Hall
The Drama finalists at Loughborough University will be performing an adaptation of ‘Letters to Emma’, written by Dr Carolyn Scott-Jeffs. Book your tickets and find out more on the events page.
LGBT+ Pride Month 2021: Doing and Performing Gender and Sex
17 June, 2 – 3pm, Online
This talk gives an overview of the development of different sociological approaches to sex and gender and emphasises the importance of intersectional analyses. Find out more on the events page.
Interface: Sarah Selby in conversation with Daniel Chadash
17 June, 6 – 7pm, Online
Digital artist Sarah Selby will discuss her artwork, which she is in the process of realising after a year of research and development, alongside Daniel Chadash from Twist Bioscience in Miami. Find out more on the events page.
The Whole Earth Chanting
18 June, 7pm, Emmanuel Church
The Whole Earth Chanting is a stunning musical work produced by the artist and quantum physicist Libby Heaney and the musician Nabihah Iqbal (Ninja Tune). Find out more on the events page.
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