Date(s) - Thu 26 February - Thu 26 March
The Best of Bristol Lectures (BoB for short) are a series of exciting and inspirational events showcasing the University of Bristol’s best lecturers and their teaching and research.
Driven by the student community, the series’ goals are to celebrate great teaching as an integral part of academia, to celebrate Bristol as an academic community and to inspire students and the wider public to take an interest in new subjects.
The 2015 Best of Bristol lecturers have been nominated by students and academic societies, and take place on the main University precinct and also around student residences. Tickets and further information are available from each event’s page on Eventbrite via the links below.
Event runs from Feb 19th to March 26th, see websites for timetable of lectures and ticket info (tickets are free)
|Thu 19th Feb, 13:10||Dr James Norman, Department of Civil Engineering||How to change the world in three simple steps – a guide to extreme(ly creative) sustainability||Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building||Audio
|Tue 24th Feb, 20:00||Dr Matthew Avison, School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine||Fighting antibiotic resistance: we’re all in it together||Hiatt Baker Hall||Eventbrite|
|Thu 26th Feb, 13:10||Dr Jakob Vinther & Professor Mike Benton, School of Earth Sciences||Knowing the impossible: the colour of dinosaurs||Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building||Eventbrite|
|Tue 03rd Mar, 19:30||Dr Ian Wei, Department of History||The Idea of the University – the University in Crisis?||Goldney Hall||Eventbrite|
|Thu 05th Mar, 13:10||Dr Pete Falconer, Department of Drama||What makes a good film? Exploring film criticism and evaluation||Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building||Eventbrite|
|Tue 10th Mar, 19:30||Dr Merle Patchett, School of Geographical Sciences||Damaged Landscapes of the Anthropocene: the cost of living in the modern world||Churchill Hall||Eventbrite|
|Thu 12th Mar, 13:10||Dr Lucy Berthoud, Department of Aerospace Engineering||The best-selling show: Is there life on Mars?||Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building||Eventbrite|
|Tue 17th Mar, 19:30||Dr Genevieve Liveley, Department of Classics & Ancient History||A cyborg genealogy: science fiction in the classics||Clifton Hill House||Eventbrite|
|Thu 19th Mar, 13:10||Mrs Liz Gaze, Centre for Comparative and Clinical Anatomy||Cadavers to computers: the changing face of Medical Anatomy teaching||Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building||Eventbrite|
|Tue 24th Mar, 20:00||Mr Andrew Grist, School of Veterinary Sciences||Veterinary Public Health and your Sunday Roast – the role of vets in the production of safe meat||Badock Hall||Eventbrite|
|Thu 26th Mar, 13:10||Dr Debbie Watson, School for Policy Studies||Product design and research with children: supporting children in care||Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building||Eventbrite|