As the coffee is one of the most important elements of a café, there will be a coffee tasting event to help decide what is served in the Book & Latte in 2018.
The University of Lincoln has launched an international poetry competition commemorating next year’s centenary of Armistice Day.
Amanda Strauch from the College of Arts is collecting items for Halfway Home Dog Rescue in the run up to Christmas.
Uni Imps Tickets for the Lincoln City vs Port Vale match on Saturday 25th November (3pm kick off) are now available from the SU reception in the Engine Shed.
The College of Arts will be hosting a series of short courses and summer schools in 2018, offering international and home students the chance to learn from some of the best professionals in their field.
Professor Jane Chapman will join a discussion of the importance of trench newspapers, humour and morale during the First World World at a special talk in Chichester tomorrow.
Don’t miss Olivier Award-winning OperaUpClose’s return to Lincoln Performing Arts Centre this Autumn with The Magic Flute.
If you are curious about meditation or you have experienced meditation and would like a refresher this short workshop might be useful to you.
Lincoln Humanists Inaugural Meeting will take place on Thursday 30 November from 7pm to 9pm in Witham House.
Students and staff living in the West End area of Lincoln are encouraged to take part in this year’s Lights day on 8th December.
Our final C19 session of this Semester features Dr. Amy Culley (Lincoln) talking to us on ‘Narratives of Ageing in the Life Writing of Mary Berry’ (no, not that one).
Practicing what we preach: Promoting health in the public health workforce, with Dr Holly Blake from the University of Nottingham.
Climate change and extreme weather from the UK to Greenland – some thoughts and surprises – and reflections on recent changes in the Greenland Ice Sheet
This seminar will discuss The European Migrant Crisis and the Recording of Civilian Casualties – an uneasy relationship.
Understanding and Fighting Prejudice in Western Societies, Sofia Stathi, PhD from the University of Greenwich.
Staff working towards professional recognition for teaching through the Higher Education Academy are warmly invited to take part in an application writing support session.
Find out more about practical techniques to ensure student work is returned on time with quality feedback.
Are you interested in hearing practical tips on how to give feedback that is both useful to students and manageable for the marker?
Digital Education are leading a further round of CPD sessions for all staff, covering the full suite of digital tools available for staff at Lincoln to use.
Communicating between different cultures can lead to all sorts of misunderstandings and embarrassing traps for the unwary.