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Have your say on our University’s history

18 Nov 2013

Share your views at the final open meeting today (18 November).

Students' Union 1939

We’ve had a great response to our survey on how the University approaches its history and heritage and colleagues are still able to complete the survey until Friday, 15 November.

Now we’re inviting all our staff and students to share their views at several open meetings. So if you’d like to find out more or if you’ve got any ideas about how we should approach our University’s history and heritage, you will be very welcome. Our history belongs to all of us and so everyone is invited to have a say on how we approach it.

This evening is the final opportunity for you to come to an open meeting to discuss how we should approach our history.

  • Monday, 18 November (4pm - 5pm) in the Hanson Room, Humanities Bridgeford Street

The results from the survey and the open meetings will be used to guide and prioritise how we research and conserve our University’s history and also how we can make it easier for staff, students, alumni and the public to find out about our past.

This is a fantastic opportunity to help shape how we approach our history and heritage and we look forward to seeing you at one of the meetings.