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Invitation to discuss our University’s history

You may have seen on Staffnet recently that a consultation is running on how the University approaches its history and heritage.

See here for details.

The consultation will be used to produce a new framework to help guide how we research, conserve and provide opportunities to find out about our past.

Our history belongs to all of us and so everyone is invited to have a say on how we approach it.

Over the next two weeks there are four opportunities for you to come to an open meeting to discuss how we should approach our history.

  • Friday 8 November, 12.30pm – 1.30pm and 2pm in 2.219 University Place.
  • Thursday 14 November, 4.30pm – 5.30pm in 6.205 University Place
  • Friday 15 November, 12.30 – 1.30pm in G1, Renold Building
  • Monday 18 November, 4pm – 5pm in the Hanson Room, Humanities Bridgeford Street.

You’re also invited to complete an online survey about our University’s history and heritage:

I very much hope you are able to join us for one of the meetings.

Dr  James Hopkins, University Historian & Heritage Officer