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Hello from CamCat!

Description
Cameroon Catalyst (CAMCAT) is an international development charity focused on promoting sustainable development in the Eastern region of Cameroon.

University of Birmingham to be Live Case Study for Advance HE Teaching and Learning Leadership Programme

Description
The University of Birmingham will support the Spring 2019 cohort of the Advance HE Leading Transformation in Learning and Teaching (LTLT) programme. The Univeristy will serve as a 'live case study' where programme participants can share their expertise and ideas.

Aerospace, Nuclear and Rail have new logos!

Description
Following the successful design competition run at the start of term Aerospace, Nuclear and Rail courses now have brand new logos!

RailSoc Visits the Swindon Panel

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RailSoc visited the Didcot Railway Centre and Swindon Panel in October to experience an operating session and have a look around the Didcot Railway Centre. Matthew Teller tells us more.

Civil Engineering alumnus named Birmingham Alumni's Volunteer of the Month

Civil Engineering alumnus named Birmingham Alumni's Volunteer of the Month
Description
The University's Development and Alumni Relations Office name Mark Hipwell (MEng Civil Engineering, 2013) as Volunteer of the Month.
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Putting a spin on light: from Poynting to knotting

Date
28/11/2018
Description
Professor Dennis will give his inaugural lecture on the 28 November. Titled "Putting a spin on light: from Poynting to knotting", he will be speaking about his background in physics and will describe how to control the shape of light beams and optical wavefunctions.

Minding the gap: how to improve boarding and alighting from trains

Date
05/12/2018
Description
Bridget Eickhoff, Professor of Railway Interface Engineering, will present her inaugural lecture on Wednesday 5 December 2018. She will reflect on the challenges of the interface between trains and platforms on a mixed traffic railway.

EPS Societies' Awards 2019

Date
12/06/2019
Description
Returning for their sixth year, the EPS Societies' Awards are the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences' annual celebration of our 29 student groups.
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