College Events – Week commencing the 15th January


Title WEEKLY CHOIR SESSION
When Monday 15th Jan, 18.00 – 19.15
What Make a New Year’s resolution to Sing more.
Hughes Hall Choir welcomes everyone.
Further info Held weekly during Term Time, Pavilion Rm

 

Title THE STRADIVARI TRUST CONCERT SERIES
When Tues 16th Jan,  18.00 – 19.00
What Violinist Virginia Slater plays a programme of Schumann, Fauré and Brahms, accompanied by pianist Adam Johnson.
Further info Drinks Reception to follow concert. RSVP: Kate Flannery Lee on 01223353070 or instrument.schemes@googlemail.com

 

Title HUGHES HALL BIOMEDICAL CAMPUS INFORMAL LUNCH
When Thursday 18th Jan,  12.30 – 13.30
What Hughes Hall members on the Addenbrooke’s Campus are invited to an informal FREE lunch to increase networking among members based on the campus.
Further info Location:  PostDoc offices (use the Clifford Allbutt entrance). For location map click here
All welcome. Booking (essential) sign up here by 16th Jan (noon)

 

Title HUGHES HALL ENTERPRISE SOCIETY EVENT: XIAOFAN ZHANG
When Thursday 18th Jan, 18.00 – 21.00
What Programme Director and Captain of the Cambridge University Eco Racing shares lessons in business management, team restructuring and the organisation of a volunteer network.
Further info Pfeiffer Rm. All welcome

 

Title SAMALAS 1257: THE ERUPTION THAT SHOOK THE MIDDLE AGES – FILM SCREENING
When Wed 24th Jan,  18.30 – 20.30
What Followed by Q&A session led by Volcanologist and Research Associate Dr Céline Vidal
Further info All welcome, sign up here

 

Title BEYOND ACADEMIA: POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH GROUP SEMINAR
When Thurs 25th Jan,  18.30 – 21.30
What The academic landscape has changed dramatically over the last decade. Three speakers share their experiences of transitioning from academia to diverse non-academic roles. To include a round table discussion and informal networking (with FREE buffet).
Further info Organised by the Postdoctoral Research Group. Aimed at students and early career researchers. Sign up here

 

Title BORDERLANDS: RICHARD BERG RUST LECTURE
When Monday 29th Jan,  18.00 – 19.30
What Richard Evans, Director of Beamish Museum explores the ‘Northern Coalface’ –  an area of international significance, which amongst other UK industrial sites, formed the cradle of the global industrial revolution in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Further info Annual lecture in memory of Richard, former Fellow and Development Director. Post talk drinks reception. All welcome. Sign up here

Also to note:

Tues 16th Full Term starts

Wed 17th MBA student dinner

Tues 23rd Formal Hall

Tues 23rd Law subject area event

Fri 26th Formal Hall (Burns’ Night)

Tues 30th Formal Hall