The Distinguished Lectures are occasions where the University and wider community can come together to reflect on the major social, scientific, cultural, and policy issues of our time.
They are now an established part of the University’s calendar, and have already brought outstanding speakers to the University. It is these sorts of occasions that help define a university as a place of discovery and debate.
The Distinguished Lectures include the Vice-Chancellor’s Distinguished Lecture Series, the Baggs Memorial Happiness Lecture, and a selection of other notable lectures from around the University.
The lectures are always free to attend and aim to open the University to a wider audience.
Upcoming Distinguished Lectures