Hughesletter

The posts in this category constitute the latest incarnation of the long-standing Hughesletter.






Title TROPICAL FORESTS AND CLIMATE CHANGE: BIOLOGICAL AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERPECTIVES When Tuesday 14th February, 17:00 – 19:00, Pavilion Room What Anthropologists and biologists debate how ethnobiology relates to climate change, the importance of rainforest plants for human cultures; and how social justice and science are collaborating to find solutions to […]

Tropical Forests and Climate Change: Biological and Anthropological Perpectives



Title TALK ABOUT TALK: NEIL MERCER AND THE ORACY CENTRE When Wednesday 1st February, 18:30 – 20:30, Peter Richards Room What Neil introduces the work of the Centre, and invites questions and comments. For All welcome but particularly aimed at those in Education. Other Refreshments provided. Book www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/neil-mercer-the-oracy-centre-tickets-31319985921 Title RESEARCH […]

Hughes Hall College Events – Week commencing 30th Jan









Title PATHWAYS FROM EDUCATION … MEET OUR ALUMNI When Tues 22 Nov, 18:30 – 20:00, Combination/Pfeiffer Rm What Education Subject Area event: ask questions, network and engage with other college members and alumni For Education students, though all others welcome, refreshments provided Other List of panellists/booking via: www.educationeventathughes.eventbrite.co.uk Title TALK […]

Hughes Hall College Events – Week Commencing 21st November 2016



Title VISITING AFRICAN FELLOWS’ RESEARCH SHOWCASE When Thurs 17 Nov, 14:00 – 16:30, Pavilion Rm What Five African CAPREx Fellows present their exciting Africa-focused research projects. Hosted by the Cambridge-Africa Programme, in partnership with Hughes Hall. For All welcome. Free of charge. Other Further details/book via: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/visiting-african-fellows-research-showcase-17th-november-2016-tickets-29219420072?aff=eac2 Title HUGHES WEST […]

Hughes Hall College Events – Week Commencing 14th November 2016










For Rosalyn Old’s Land Economy PhD research, she is looking at how people interact with green technologies on new build sites. The university’s North West Cambridge development is her main case study, and as one of the major groups of residents on the new site will be postgraduate students (in […]

Postgraduate NWC research input