Find out how our postgraduates are driving sustainability at UoB
Join the University Graduate School for the chance to hear from postgraduates driving research and innovation in this complex and vital field. Sustainability takes many forms, not just concerning climate change but also economic development and the protection of vulnerable communities. Learn more about cutting-edge sustainability research happening at Birmingham, and be inspired in your own work, research and day-to-day life to think more sustainably, collaboratively, and with community in mind.
When is the event?
Wed 23 November, 13:15-14:45pm
What will the event feature?
Introduced by Professor Duncan Shepherd, Dean of Postgraduates, this event features a presentation by Professor David Hannah, Director of the Birmingham Institute for Sustainability and Climate Action, and Institutional lead for Sustainability.
Then, we’ll hear from a multidisciplinary panel of postgraduates, to hear how their research is making an impact in the field of sustainability. Here you’ll have the opportunity to submit questions to the panel and find out more about the importance of PGT and PGR students in facilitating sustainability research and impact.
How do I sign up?
Whether you are campus-based or a distance learner, part-time or full-time, this event has been designed to be open to all. Register now to secure your place!
*‘UGS Talks’ is an innovative event series from the University Graduate School, designed to bring UoB’s postgraduate community together with a range of thought-provoking talks. Introduced by senior academic staff, these interdisciplinary talks are a chance to enhance your postgraduate network and hear about current UoB research, future pathways, and real-world impact. Find out more about past and upcoming talks in Semester Two here.