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International Women's Day: Upcoming Events
(20 Feb 2019)
Celebrate International Women's Day #BalanceforBetter with events across the University

Come and listen to Dr Jess Wade discuss gender balance
(20 Feb 2019)
Mark International Women’s Day #BalanceForBetter with scientist Dr Jess Wade

Ignite your idea
(20 Feb 2019)
Have you discovered something that could be the answer to a problem?

Celebrate cosmic superheroes: women in STEM
(20 Feb 2019)
This International Women’s Day recognise the ‘superpowers’ of some of the UK’s leading women in science.

Attend a Margaret Howell Fashion Insider masterclass
(20 Feb 2019)
Gain an insight into Margaret Howell, the iconic British brand, in honour of International Women’s Day

Sign up now to a talk by scientist Dr Jess Wade
(19 Feb 2019)
Dr Jess Wade, a scientist on a mission to change perceptions of women in science, will speak on gender balance, as we mark International Women’s Day 2019

ScienceX returns to intu Trafford Centre on 9-10 March
(19 Feb 2019)
ScienceX is a free, interactive festival of exploration and experiments and a great chance for kids to discover the fun behind science and engineering

Bone density tests at the Sugden Sports Centre
(19 Feb 2019)
The Sugden Sports Centre will be hosting a day of bone density screening on Tuesday, 12 March

Make time to try something new - Chinese brush painting
(18 Feb 2019)
The Confucius Institute is running Chinese brush painting drop-in sessions, Tuesday 19 February

A good deed – and a good look
(18 Feb 2019)
Help women get into work by donating your unwanted smart wear.

Get involved in Manchester International Festival 19
(14 Feb 2019)
Whether it’s volunteering, hosting your own micro-festival, participating in a show or just meeting new friends, there are an abundance of ways for you to get involved in MIF19

Are you a school governor under 40 or interested in finding out about the role?
(14 Feb 2019)
Young Governors Network meeting – supporting and encouraging young school governors

Challenging stereotypes in engineering
(14 Feb 2019)
In honour of International Women’s Day, MACE will recognise women in engineering

Is it fair to charge £9,250 for university tuition fees?
(13 Feb 2019)
Hear an economist's perspective on the university tuition fee debate.

Walter Carroll Lunchtime Concert Series: Daniel Hyunwoo Evans (Piano)
(12 Feb 2019)
FREE lunchtime concert

Nigerian Gospel Singing Workshop with Evanthia Patsiaoura
(12 Feb 2019)
Led by Evanthia Patsiaoura, this workshop explores the rich music repertoires and performance aesthetics of contemporary Nigerian gospel culture.

Amy Conway’s Super Awesome World
(12 Feb 2019)
Join Amy on a video-game adventure like no other in this theatre performance.

MUMS Opera Project
(12 Feb 2019)
Manchester University Music Society (MUMS) present a night of opera!

Walter Carroll Lunchtime Concert Series: Nicholas Ashton, piano: Wasserklavier
(12 Feb 2019)
FREE lunchtime concert at The Martin Harris Centre

The Adhesion of Love
(12 Feb 2019)
LGBT History Month is thrilled to announce Inkbrew Productions “The Adhesion of Love” as the 2019 national heritage premiere for LGBT History Month. A new play by Stephen M Hornby Directed by Helen Parry.

LITERATURE LIVE: Cathleen Miller and Horatio Clare
(12 Feb 2019)
Monday 18 February, 7.30pm. Presented by The Centre for New Writing

MUMS Lunchtime Concerts: New Sounds
(12 Feb 2019)
Come and enjoy a lunchtime concert performed by the Manchester University Music Society.

Walter Carroll Lunchtime Concert Series: Rob Hall and Chick Lyall
(12 Feb 2019)
Join us for a FREE lunchtime concert at The Martin Harris Centre

University of Manchester Drama Society: MIFTAs
(12 Feb 2019)
The University of Manchester Drama Society usher in the start of their innovative and inventive MIFTA season with this first production - ENRON.

Advances in Data Science 2019
(11 Feb 2019)
Call for abstracts for Advances in Data Science

StartUp Spotlight - from an entrepreneur's perspective
(07 Feb 2019)
These informal events are designed to inspire and inform students, from all subject backgrounds, on aspects of starting a venture from the entrepreneur’s perspective

Spring clean - call for clothes donations
(07 Feb 2019)
As part of the Green Impact programme, the School of Materials will be holding a clothes swap and bake sale event in March

University WI host lunchtime guest speaker on FGM: A Survivor’s Story
(06 Feb 2019)
Join us on Thursday, 7 February to hear from guest speaker Tasneem Perry, a survivor of Female Genital Mutilation or cutting (FGM, FGC)

Confucius Institute Talk: China in Drag - Travels with a Cross-dresser
(06 Feb 2019)
The BBC's Asia/Pacific editor Michael Bristow will talk about his eight-year stay in Beijing and why he decided to write about the country’s modern history

Wellbeing brief
(06 Feb 2019)
Friendly February