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City Writes autumn event success 

15 Dec 17

With our headline act, CWA Debut Dagger Award Winner Greg Keen to look forward to, a wonderful crowd of people braved the cold and rain to listen to and support Citys showcase of its short creative writing course talent.


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Baroness Delyth Morgan, CEO Breast Cancer Now delivers Dean’s Lecture at Cass 

15 Dec 17

Baroness Morgan shared key experiences during the merger that created the largest breast cancer research charity in the UK.


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City Racing Team prepares for competition 

15 Dec 17

Engineering students prepare for 2018 Formula Student action.


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Globalism in history and politics 

14 Dec 17

This event launches the new Centre of Modern History at City, University of London.


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President of City awarded honorary doctorate by the world’s oldest business school 

14 Dec 17

Professor Sir Paul Curran received the honour from Grand École ESCP Europe in Paris Professor Sir Paul Curran received the honour from Grand École ESCP Europe in Paris…


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Sex Panic and Celebrity Sexual Violence. 

13 Dec 17

Both the public and intellectual reaction to the recent wave of sexual assault and harassment allegations against male celebrities has been overwhelmingly unnuanced.


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City Writes: Autumn Event 

13 Dec 17

City Writes is an exciting new event created to showcase the best of City’s Short Courses Creative Writing talent.


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Children’s author Jennifer Gray’s top five books for kids this Christmas 

13 Dec 17

Short course alumna and childrens author Jennifer Gray picks her top 5 ‘must have’ cosy winter warmers for Christmas.


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Fueling the Artificial Intelligence Revolution with Gaming 

13 Dec 17

Seminar by Alison B Lowndes AI DevRel | EMEA – NVIDIA for Research Centre for Machine Learning, City, University of London…


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Criminologist presents BBC Radio 4 documentary The Scandal Machine 

13 Dec 17

Professor Chris Greer draws on his research to explore the changing character and impact of scandal Professor Chris Greer draws on his research to explore the changing character and impact of scandal…


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City midwifery programmes awarded Certificate of Commitment from Unicef UK Baby Friendly Initiative 

13 Dec 17

Global programme provides a practical and effective way for health services to improve the care provided for all mothers and babies Global programme provides a practical and effective way for health services to improve the care provided for all …


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Cass professor awarded 2017 Plain English Media Award 

12 Dec 17

Timely honour for Professor Andre Spicer Timely honour for Professor Andre Spicer…


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Shruti Shalini wins Dean’s Award for Professional Experience 

12 Dec 17

Shruti, an MEng (Mechanical Engineering) student is the second recipient of the Award from the Professional Liaison Unit within the School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering.


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Strategising and attention in games 

12 Dec 17

During Giorgio Coricelli’s talk, I will first present studies about the neural correlates of strategic reasoning.


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Marco Fusi: Donatoni, Sciarrino, Billone 

8 Dec 17

Violinist Marco Fusi presents three works by masters of the Italian avant-garde.


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Department of Mathematics Seminar 

8 Dec 17

Seminar by Anotida Madzvamuse (Sussex) at Department of Mathematics, City, University of London…


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Celebrating City Law School excellence 

8 Dec 17

Outstanding achievements of past and current students honoured at annual prize-giving reception.


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CitySpark Marketplace 2017 

8 Dec 17

17 teams of student and graduate entrepreneurs presented their business ideas to over 50 judges to win a share of the £5,250 CitySpark prize fund.


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The Marine Chronometer and the National Maritime Museum’s collection 

8 Dec 17

Jonathan Betts, Curator Emeritus of the Royal Museums, Greenwich, delivered the fifth annual George Daniels Lecture on 29th November 2017.


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New City space provides enhanced student learning experience 

8 Dec 17

Drysdale Ground Floor opened by Professor Sir Paul Curran Drysdale Ground Floor opened by Professor Sir Paul Curran…


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Professor Richard Murphy named among top ten global tax influencers 

8 Dec 17

International Tax Review has ranked Professor Murphy ninth in the Global Tax 50 2017 International Tax Review has ranked Professor Murphy ninth in the Global Tax 50 2017…


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SPARC Listening Group with Leo Chadburn 

7 Dec 17

Come to this week’s Listening Group hosted by composer Leo Chadburn…


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City Pierrot Ensemble: Lunchtime Concert – Schoenberg, Webern, Berg, Zemlinsky 

7 Dec 17

Chamber works by the composers of the Second Viennese School, alongside Zemlinsky’s rarely heard Trio.


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Student voices: Eric Ries book launch at Cass 

7 Dec 17

Entrepreneurship student and CityStarters winner, Wendi Lai, reflects on lessons learned at The Startup Way book launch.


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Young readers spend more time with newspapers in print than online 

7 Dec 17

A study by Professor Neil Thurman shows younger readers invest time in print and “snack” on news online A study by Professor Neil Thurman shows younger readers invest time in print and “snack” on news online…


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Desperately Seeking Self-Improvement 

7 Dec 17

Desperately Seeking Self-Improvement: A Year Inside the Optimisation Movement by Professors Carl Cederström and Andre Spicer Desperately Seeking Self-Improvement: A Year Inside the Optimisation Movement by Professors Carl Cederström and Andre …


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What is a bill of rights and does the UK have one? 

6 Dec 17

In this seminar, utilising relevant scholarship and previous reports and debates focussing on the UK context, Merris Amos will establish a set of purposes any “ideal” bill of rights should be directed towards fulfilling.


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‘The Signal and the Noise’: Desistance from Offending and the Parole Process 

6 Dec 17

Launch of the Centre for City Criminology with lecturer Professor Shadd Maruna discussing the difficulties and current research on legitimate transformation or false performance of reform amonst offenders.


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City Chamber Choir: Christmas Concert 

6 Dec 17

Our talented vocal students perform music including Bob Chilcott’s ‘A Little Jazz Mass’ and carols for choir and audience.


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Everything has changed? Trump and the crisis of Liberal Order III 

6 Dec 17

At this Round Table discussion, just a year since the 2016 presidential elections, we evaluate the impact of the Trump administration on American politics, identity, and foreign policy.


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School of Health Sciences Film Club: Pride 

6 Dec 17

Pride, a 2014 drama about U.


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Locating Humanity Command Responsibility over Autonomous Weapons 

6 Dec 17

The weaponisation of human-machine relationships has been proactively sought throughout human history.


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In conversation with Ian Black 

6 Dec 17

Ian Black, former Middle East editor of the The Guardian will discuss his new book.


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City and Focus Games Ltd launch first aid and incident management training resource 

6 Dec 17

The First Aid Game has been developed in a collaboration between senior academics from the School of Health Sciences at City, University of London, and Focus Games Ltd The First Aid Game has been developed in a collaboration between senior academics …


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Why do some people hear this silent GIF bouncing? 

6 Dec 17

City research suggests that synaesthesia may be behind the bouncing pylon phenomenon and it may be more common that we think City research suggests that synaesthesia may be behind the bouncing pylon phenomenon and it may be more common that we think…


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Student voices: Eric Ries book launch at Cass 

6 Dec 17

Entrepreneurship student and CityStarters winner, Wendi Lai, reflects on lessons learned at The Startup Way book launch.


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Effective and Collaborative Networking Workshop 

5 Dec 17

This workshop will help to develop and practice networking skills.


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Fundamental Rights and Brexit 

5 Dec 17

Withdrawal from the EU (‘Brexit’) will mark an important step towards a dis-entrenchment of human rights in the UK’s constitutional order opening the door to far-reaching and potentially regressive human rights reform.


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Producers of sugary food have more incentives to maintain sugar levels than cut them, study finds 

5 Dec 17

Professor Corinna Hawkes led new research into why food companies use such large amounts of sugar Professor Corinna Hawkes led new research into why food companies use such large amounts of sugar…


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Development Debates: Can Aid Help Counter Violent Extremism and Terrorism? 

4 Dec 17

Joint event with The London International Development Centre (LIDC) The Guardian Global Development Network…


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Xenia Pestova: Gothic 

4 Dec 17

The innovative pianist performs works by Bach, Scarlatti, Debussy, Ed Bennett, Richard Emsley and more.


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Enhancing primary eye care services in the UK 

4 Dec 17

Research by Citys Professor John Lawrenson and colleagues demonstrates effectiveness of community-based Enhanced Eye Care Service Schemes Research by Citys Professor John Lawrenson and colleagues demonstrates effectiveness of community-based Enhanced…


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Department of Mathematics Seminar 

4 Dec 17

Seminar by David Vegh (QMUL) at Department of Mathematics, City, University of London…


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Study shows graduate job roles are more diverse than previously thought 

4 Dec 17

Dr Gerbrand Tholens new book says its time to rethink how we understand graduate work Dr Gerbrand Tholens new book says its time to rethink how we understand graduate work…


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Financial Times European Business Schools ranking puts Cass 4th in the UK and 15th in Europe 

4 Dec 17

Casss successful momentum continues as the School increases its position by 11 places from 2016.


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What is the Potential Impact of Brexit on EU and UK Employment Law? 

1 Dec 17

This seminar examines what impact Britain’s prospective withdrawal from the EU might have on the future development of employment law in the EU and UK.


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CityLIS Research Seminar – Immersion: A New(ish) Way to Experience Art and the World 

1 Dec 17

Joseph will explore the immersive qualities of information and how this is expanding the means by which art works can be experienced.


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From the psychology lab to the backbench 

30 Nov 17

City, University of London scientist visits politicians in Westminster City, University of London scientist visits politicians in Westminster…


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What is Normal? 

30 Nov 17

Lecture by comedian Francesca Martinez tackles societys views of diversity and disability Lecture by comedian Francesca Martinez tackles societys views of diversity and disability…


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Learning to birth, mastering the social practice of birth 

29 Nov 17

The presentation will explore Jo’s findings about the diversity of women’s experiential learning.







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