Individual copies of key titles and study skills eBooks can now be downloaded via the new Bibliotech platform provided by the Library.
New research shows that males and females of the same species can evolve to be so different that they prevent other species from evolving or colonising habitats.
The University is offering staff the opportunity to discuss their health and lifestyle with a free General Wellness Check on 6th March.
50 free places for the Lincoln 10k are available on a first come, first served basis.
Parents wishing to sign up for childcare vouchers must do so by 28th February when the Staff Childcare Vouchers Scheme will close to new entrants.
The Careers and Employability Service will host a free session on 22nd February, in partnership with Lincolnshire Speakers, offering staff and students the opportunity to improve their public speaking skills.
The next LIBS Connect event will take place on Thursday 8th March from 10am-3pm in the Engine Shed on the University’s Brayford Pool campus.
Be Creative, will be hosted by TEDxBrayfordPool’s curator Andy Farenden and will explore how to develop creative confidence and your own elusive genius.
Hanya Pielchety will be discussing digital capabilities at this weeks #LALTCHAT.
Sean Morton from the University of Lincoln’s School of Health and Social Care will speak at the Eleanor Glanville Centre’s next Be Inspired! Lecture.
Holly Trusted, Senior Curator of Sculpture at the V&A will visit the University to deliver the School of History and Heritage’s next History and Heritage Research Seminar on Wed 21st February.
The Lincoln Higher Education Research Institute’s January – February 2018 Newsletter is now available.
LALT are currently investigating staff use of technologies to support online marking – please take the survey before it closes today.
The Law School Research Seminar Series: Brexit and the Common Foreign and Security Policy from the UK as an Awkward Partner to a Future Partner.
Staff and students are invited to submit novel theoretical takes on Reichian matters through whatever medium they feel might capture their insight best (essay, poetry, art work, theory-fiction).
‘The Art of Being Brilliant’ workshops will take place on the 14th March in the Minerva Building.
If you’re having difficulty fitting everything into the working day, then this may be the training session for you!
This practical ‘makerspace’ sessions will look at different methods of interacting with students in the classroom.
This workshop presents an overview of what having a Tier 4 Sponsorship Licence means to the University, and the compliance responsibilities we all have as a consequence.
This course teaches delegates to understand the potential causes of stress, and how it can impact upon them as an individual