Due to catering being fully booked we will not be taking further bookings for hospitality next week (w/c 16th of September).
Estates are currently carrying out teaching room checks to ensure that all teaching rooms are ready for the start of term. Staff are asked to refrain from moving furniture between teaching rooms.
Additional recycling and general waste bins are being installed around the Brayford and Riseholme Campuses and individual desk bins in offices will be removed where possible.
The new ‘Nominated Person Consent’ is now in place. Please read through and familiarise yourself with this, which can be accessed below:
The ‘Nominated Person Consent’ information is listed under “Student Mental Health Policy – July 2019” under the heading ‘Opt-in Nominated Person Consent’ found on page 4.
Talented designers from the University of Lincoln, UK, have been named among the Top Talent of 2019 in the global Adobe Design Achievement Awards.
The Lincoln Economics and Finance Research Group (LEAF) will present a public lecture by Professor John Gibson on Wednesday 25th of September at 4pm in DCB1102 (Moot Court).
Mary Stuart and Ian Snowley will be unveiling the first UK University story dispenser in the Library Learning Lounge on the 2nd floor of Minerva at 3.30pm on Tuesday 17th September.
LGCC 2019 Launches on 19th September 2019 – All staff & students welcome!
On 19 September 2019 11 AM to 2 PM at the Engine Shed, as part of the 2019 Fresher’s Week, we launch our 4 month long Lincoln’s Global Community Celebrations (LGCC) where a series of awareness campaigns and equality, diversity and inclusion initiatives will be run till 19 December 2019.
The National Centre for Craft and Design, Sleaford, is showcasing handmade books made by first and second year students from Lincoln’s School of Design.
The Minerva Building will be hosting a Macmillan coffee morning on Friday 27th September. There will be cakes of all types to buy, and complimentary tea and coffee. This year we will be holding a ‘bake-off’ competition.
We are researchers trying to find out how easy or difficult it is to find the right kind of help for older people who have to pay for their own care.
Are you a dog owner? Then this is the right event for you. I will host several meetings (focus groups) for dog owners as part of my PhD research. During the session you will talk about the activities you do with your dog and how it impacts your well-being.
The University of Lincoln would like to invite you to take part in a study looking at the effects of a sound intervention during sleep on glucose levels in type 2 diabetic participants.
Participants are wanted for a new investigation in to whether computer software can distinguish video recordings of walking patterns caused by Parkinson’s disease from ‘normal’ walking patterns.
The Eleanor Glanville Centre are holding a roundtable on issues of race and ethnicity.
The mentoring programme is open to all academic staff and postgraduate students (PGR/PhD) at the University. The scheme enables potential mentees to receive support and advice from more experienced colleagues, helping them to develop their careers and to understand and overcome obstacles to career progression.
This session will begin with a short introduction to applying for D1 or D2, tailored to the needs of attendees, followed by time for participants to work on their applications in a supportive environment.
If you are a member of staff using the lecture theatres and you are plagued by the fear of plunging your audiences into complete darkness, or worst still the horror of complete technological breakdown, this course might be for you! Alternatively, you may already be a technological whiz but perhaps you feel that a quick guide might help you get the most from the equipment and resources available.
The Digital Education department are running a series of CPD sessions, to support staff in enhancing their digital skills.
This session will introduce Poll Everywhere as a solution for engaging students in live response within a lecture or seminar. You can ask a variety of questions and students can reply in real time from any internet based device