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UAL Research Fortnight 2019

Event date
4 March 2019 - 15 March 2019
UAL Research Fortnight 2019

"The annual research fortnight events at the University of the Arts London offer staff from across our different subject areas and colleges a chance to get to know more about what their colleagues are researching. Academics, support staff and PhD students all contribute their time to a rich programme of activities that we hope will encourage new debates and collaborations”. 
Professor Oriana Baddeley, UAL Dean of Research.

There will be more than 80 events in the Research Fortnight programme. Many of these events are open to the public.

A full programme will be available in the spring term 2019

Events open to the general public will be listed here: 

UAL Staff and Students can see a full listing of both internal-facing events and events open to the public at the Research Blog Page (link to follow in 2019) where daily updates and social media feeds will also be visible.
Please remember to check back on these links to ensure you receive the regular programme updates! 


The Research Fortnight Public Launch Event will take place on:
Monday 4 March 2019
18:30 - 20:00
UAL wide event hosted at London College of Fashion, 20 John Prince's Street, London

In this Keynote Professor Walter Kaelin will talk about his role as Envoy of the Chair Platform on Disaster Displacement.
The UAL Passagens: Creative Actions and Environment Displacement research group; Professor Lucy Orta, Professor Lucy Kimbell, Professor David Cross, Hannah Entwisle Chapuisat (PhD student), and Professor Oriana Baddeley will be involved with this event and others will be invited to join the panel and Q&A session following Professor Kaelin’s Keynote.

A Reception will follow from 20:00 - 20:45 
 London College of Fashion: find-us


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