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Wednesday 7 October 2015

B-Pro Show 2015

(until 10 Oct 15)

Join us for a celebration of the work of students from The Bartlett School of Architecture’s post-professional Masters programmes, B-Pro: MArch AD (Architectural Design) MArch UD (Urban…


Characters and Collections 1915-2015

(until 25 Jan 16)

This exhibition marks the 100 year anniversary of the UCL Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology being open to the general public. Drawing on narratives from the museum’s rich history,…


Cyborgs, knowledge and credit for learning

17:30  — 19:15

Advances in information technology have profoundly changed the way people learn. Some have held that today's learners should be counted as 'cyborgs' - hybrid thinkers whose minds extend…


Dangerous diaries: exploring risks and rewards in fabrication

(until 31 Jan 16)

From carving and cooking to printmaking and glassblowing, how do we decipher the joys and perils of production? In conversation with artefacts from UCL Collections, this Octagon Gallery…


Eleanor Longden @ UCL

14:00  — 15:00

All are invited to come and hear award-winning psychology postgraduate Eleanor Longden speak at an event arranged by Student Disability Services as part of World Mental Health Day.…


Glass Delusion exhibition talks: artist in conversation

13:00  — 14:00

Join historians, scientists and artists as they discuss their research and some of specimens from the Museum’s collection that inspired the artworks of Glass Delusions. Find out more…


Glass Delusions

(until 19 Dec 15)

How do minerals become living things? In this exhibition of prints, drawings, videos and objects, Artist in Residence Eleanor Morgan explores the slippery boundary between living and…


Inequality in the Americas: an international perspective

17:30  — 19:00

The presentation will provide recent empirical evidence on inequality in the US, Canada and Latin America (Gini coefficients, top 1 percent shares, top 10 percent) and discuss trends…


Queen of the Sciences: a celebration of numbers and the London Mathematical Society

(until 18 Dec 15)

In 2015, the London Mathematical Society – closely associated with UCL since its foundation – is 150 years old. We celebrate its anniversary with an exhibition of documents and correspondence…


Roderick Tye: The Human Presence

(until 18 Dec 15)

Roderick Tye: The Human Presence, is an exhibition featuring the work of Roderick Tye (1959-2009), celebrated sculptor and dedicated fisherman. Curated by former colleagues at the Slade…


Slade MA/MFA Interim Show 2015

(until 7 Oct 15)

The UCL Slade School of Fine Art presents its MA/MFA Interim Show 2015, featuring work from current graduate students. Opening Hours: Saturday 3 October, 10:00 – 17:00 Sunday 4 October,…


UCLU Black History Month

(until 31 Oct 15)

Come and celebrate UCLU’s third annual Black History Month. A celebration and discussion of Black and Minority Ethnic culture from all over the world. Many events are free of charge…


We need to talk: Connecting through technology

(until 20 Apr 16)

We Need To Talk is a new and exciting exhibition that explores the technologies we have used to communicate with each other in different periods of time. It challenges the way we see…


What do students know and understand about the Holocaust?

12:30  — 13:30

In 2013, the UCL Centre for Holocaust Education launched the world’s largest ever study of secondary school students’ knowledge and understanding of the Holocaust. Almost 8,000 students…


Whole earth?

(until 16 Oct 15)

Whole earth? is based on the premise that the future belongs to today's young people and that students and universities everywhere can play a major role in making society more sustainable.…


Thursday 8 October 2015

Hopkins' Bovary: the temptation of originality

18:30  — 20:00

It might be argued that many translations show a degree of originality - where the translator opt for unpredictable lexical or syntactic choices that appear to be far from those of…


Stalin’s Team in the Great Purges - perpetrators and potential victims

18:00  — 20:00

Join UCL SSEES’s Research Centre for Russian Studies for a talk by author Sheila Fitzpatrick. The talk launches her recently published book, On Stalin’s Team: The Years of Living…


The EU Referendum: Campaigning in London and Brussels

17:30  — 19:00

Ever since David Cameron's promise to give the British electorate a vote on the UK's membership in the European Union the referendum has been high on the political agenda. With negotiations…


UCL Chamber Music Club Concert

17:30  — 18:30

A concert to celebrate the 150th anniversaries of Sibelius and Nielsen. The programme will include Nielsen's Serenata in vano for clarinet, bassoon, horn, cello and double bass, and…

Sheet music

Saturday 10 October 2015

Explore zoology

13:00  — 16:30

We have rifled through our drawers and searched through our cabinets to bring out some of our most amazing animals for our family hands-on specimen based activities. Ever wondered what…


Monday 12 October 2015

From site to showcase: archaeology, collecting, and the great debate

18:30  — 20:00

This lecture focuses on the ancient art market, collecting, museums and the academic sphere, with examples related to Israel and its environs.

Jewish Star of David

National Parliaments and the EU

18:30  — 20:00

Strengthening the role of national parliaments is one central demand in the UK’s agenda in re-negotiating the terms of its EU membership. In addition, Parliament’s control over EU decision…


Newfoundland, North America and the British Empire, 1900-1914

18:30  — 20:00

Newfoundland is often overlooked in studies of international and imperial relations in the early 20th century, or treated as a marginal player. During the premiership of Sir Robert…


Stress: approaches to the First World War

(until 20 Nov 15)

PhD students from University College London’s Student Engagers are curating an exhibition around the theme of stress in the First World War. Stress brings together a diverse collection…


Tuesday 13 October 2015

UCL Provost’s Lunch Hour Lecture

13:15  — 13:55

UCL’s President and Provost, Professor Michael Arthur, will give a summary of our progress to date with our ambitious strategy, UCL 2034. This will be set against the background of…


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