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We are very pleased to invite you all to our first virtual event, a conversation between current principal Nick Brown and his two predecessors Paul Slack and Bryan Cartledge. They will be discussing their times as principals and share experiences of College life. We will ask the audience to submit questions beforehand to help guide the conversation.
Join four recent alumni of Linacre for a virtual conversation discussing their strategies for coping with isolation and loneliness.
All College members are invited to engage in the discussion on the topic in the context of the pandemic and beyond.
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We are thrilled to be launching our very own Book Club. All meetings will be virtual and feature a writer with Linacre connections.
The first book we will discuss is Zed by Joanna Kavenna (1994). Joanna will be speaking with us during the meeting. More information to follow.
Fellow Professor Myles Allen, alumna Dr Ellen Quigley, and Linacre Principal Dr Nick Brown will be sharing their thoughts on the University's new Environmental Strategy and the long-term impact it and other strategies will have on the higher education sector.
This event will take place on Thursday 11th February at 5:30pm (UK time).
To join the Linacre Seminar please join this public link for a Live Event:
New date to be confirmed.
We are inviting all alumni to join us for the Friends of the Boat Club launch event on Saturday 30th May (during Summer Eights) at 1pm.
Postponed until Michaelmas term.
The fourth and final seminar in this series. The series is an exploration of the way we conceive of the natural environment, and what implications this has for practical decisions faced by the environmental movement.
Emotion, AI, and Human Values
About this Event
Event is fully booked, please contact Lisa (firstname.lastname@example.org) to be put on the waiting list.
Join the Principal for a lovely Italian lunch on Sunday 19th April at 2pm.
£25 per person, plus ones are welcome.
Join other alumni for a College dinner on Saturday 18th April at 7pm. We have booked a nice Italian restaurant, so you can expect a pizza feast!
Join us for a friendly dinner in central Berlin.
Join us for an hour of learning! Current College members will be presenting bite-sized research aimed at a general audience. They will have 10 minutes each to present, and after each presentation, the audience will get the chance to ask questions.
"Reflections from the Isis Youth Offenders Prison: A comparative analysis of two prison systems" by Emily Thomas, Governing Governor of Her Majesty’s Prison/ Young Offenders Institution Isis, London
Discussant: Professor Ian O’Donnell MRIA, Adjunct Fellow of Linacre College and Professor of Criminology, University College Dublin
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