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Wednesday 5 December 2018

Co-creating a co-creation course to co-create welfare

13:00  — 14:00

Co-creation is a key response in welfare sectors as a move towards a more sustainable and cost-effective model. The use and understanding of this concept varies across and within countries.…


Defying Death: A Human Journey Through Medicine

(until 16 Apr 19)

The UCL Institute of Archaeology’s new student exhibition, Defying Death: A Human Journey Through Medicine, will run from May 2018 to April 2019. The exhibition showcases how humanity…


The Pleasures and Sorrows of digitising primary source collections: The Case of the Daily Mail Atlan

17:30  — 19:30

Digitisation of primary sources underpins many digital humanities projects. What is actually involved in such digitisation? What questions do we need to ask of these new digital editions?…


“Dangers and Delusions”? Perspectives on the women’s suffrage movement

(until 14 Dec 18)

Displaying items from UCL Special Collections, this exhibition examines the actions and reactions attending the women's suffrage movement from the 1860s up to the Representation of…


Thursday 6 December 2018

From postcolonial critique to decolonizing urban studies

17:00  — 20:00

The Urban Salon, a London-wide network exploring international and comparative urban issues, is pleased to welcome you to our next event. We will hear from four urban scholars whose…


STEaPP in Conversation with Dr Chiara Ambrosio

18:00  — 19:00

Public Engagement as Performance: MUSO at UCL (and Beyond) If scientific objects from museums and collections could sing, what stories would they bring to life? In this talk Dr. Chiara…


Friday 7 December 2018

New Visions for Primary and Early Years Education

09:00  — 17:30

Primary and early years education is a special time in children’s lives, and the best teaching and learning inspires children and teachers alike. In this unique conference, world-leading,…


Prof. Peter Main: The Land of the Blue and Pink

13:00  — 15:00

The UCL Women in Physics group is proud to host Prof. Peter Main for a talk that describes efforts to break down gender stereotypes in schools to encourage girls to pursue science careers.…


The Psychology of Poverty

16:30  — 18:00

Do poor people make choices that lower their willingness to take risks in favour of higher future incomes, or are these choices what lead to poverty in the first place? The UCL Psychology…


Monday 10 December 2018

Take Back Control: Empowering People in the Welfare State

17:30  — 19:30

The welfare state lifted millions out of poverty, created decent homes, provided health care free at the point of delivery, and education for all. But is the current welfare state fit…


Why We Cannot Wait: The Need for Global Governance of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)

18:15  — 19:30

The World Health Organisation has been warning for a long time that one of the most important advances in modern medicine is in danger of losing it's power to heal: antibiotics. However,…


Tuesday 11 December 2018

Digital Twin - Axiom or Fake News? | Cristina Savian

18:30  — 19:30

Cristina Savian, managing director and founder of BE-WISE, joins us for the next instalment of our 2018-19 keynote lecture series Constructs: digital innovation in the built environment.…


Educational research and comparative historical sociology

16:15  — 18:00

Dr Ann Margaret Doyle will present her recent book Social Equality in Education – France and England 1789-1939. France and England have many similarities in terms of their geography,…


UCL Chamber Music Concert (Christmas)

18:00  — 19:00

The annual Christmas concert includes Corelli's Christmas Concerto, Haydn's Missa brevis in F, and a new piece 'The Oxen' by our resident composer Roger Beeson. There will also be a…


Wednesday 12 December 2018

Democratic Competition: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly


Ian Shapiro discusses the varieties of political competition across the democratic world. He shows why efforts to reform political parties over the past several decades to make them…



(until 11 Jan 19)

For four weeks this winter, the ground floor of The Bartlett's 22 Gordon Street address will be home to the inaugural Fifteen exhibition. The exhibition is open to the general public,…


Introduction to Growth Mixture Modelling (GMM) using Mplus

10:00  — 17:00

This one-day practical workshop will introduce you to the statistical software Mplus and how to use it to carry out latent growth curve models and growth mixture models. Using data…


Slade Open Studios

10:00  — 18:00

Join us at the Slade School of Fine Art for our annual Open Studios event. The school will be open from 10am-6pm and visitors can experience the world famous fine art studios, where…


Thursday 13 December 2018

Celebrating CRAEtivity: An Evening of Autistic Art & Music

18:00  — 20:00

CRAE is thrilled to announce that we will be hosting a charity evening celebrating autistic people in the arts. For this extra special event, we are incredibly excited to welcome world-renowned…


Special Preview - H is for Harry: a film screening

18:00  — 20:00

About the event A coming of age story about Harry, a charismatic 11-year old boy, who arrives at secondary school in suburban London unable to read or write. With the help of Sophie,…


Tom Ginsburg on ‘How to Save a Constitutional Democracy’

18:00  — 19:00

Democracies are in danger. Around the world, a rising wave of populist leaders threatens to erode the core structures of democratic self rule. In the United States, the election of…


Friday 14 December 2018

Design for Performance & Interaction Graduate Project Fair

14:00  — 19:00

Join Design for Performance & Interaction staff and students for their first Graduate Project Fair. An open event for members of the creative and architectural industries, as well…


Situated Practice Live

13:00  — 18:00

Join Situated Practice staff and students for a series of live performances and events, in addition to the concepts, objects, films and ideas presented within the exhibition, Fifteen.…


Monday 17 December 2018

Global learning and skills for global social change

18:00  — 19:15

Professor Bourn will discuss themes that relate directly to current social and political debates concerning education, citizenship and social justice, including the rise of fake news…


Tuesday 18 December 2018

Sir Victor Horsley Lecture 2018 - Dr. Shinya Yamada

17:00  — 18:00

17:00 - 18:00 Sir Victor Horsley Memorial Lecture given by Dr. Shinya Yamada, Chief of Neurosurgery, Toshiba Rinkan Hospital, Japan. “Visualization of cerebrospinal fluid movement…


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