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There's always something exciting happening at Oxford Brookes University

Book tickets to Oxford Brookes University events to ensure that you don't miss out.  These events are open to alumni, current students, staff and the general public. 

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Being who you are today
You are invited to be inspired, enlightened and challenged by a lively discussion of the gains and continuing work to ensure diverse sexual orientations and gender identities are fully accepted and celebrated in UK society and communities.
Speakers: Professor Nick Rumens, Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, Dr Jay Stewart and Tom Guy
22 February 2017 at 18:00
It could never work, could it?
Dr Bennett with talk about a unique approach to prison and rehabilitation. He will also discuss his success in managing a sager and more humane prison that also reduces re-offending.
01 March 2017 at 18:00
Smashing another glass ceiling
Karen Mattison (Director of the Timewise Foundation) will use her own experiences of launching Women Like Us and Timewise to look at the challenge of how to fulfil your business and workplace ambitions, but keep the flexibility to live your non-work life to the full.

This is the Oxford Brookes Athena SWAN Lecture for 2017 and in celebration of International Women's Day.
08 March 2017 at 18:00
And along came a spider
Find out how animals are built by a 'genetic toolkit'. Discover why understanding natural variation in genetic regulatory interactions is important.
Speaker: Professor Alistair McGregor
22 March 2017 at 18:00
Confidence - born, bred or bluffed? : Event FULLY BOOKED
Dr Katherine Grainger (Chancellor of Oxford Brookes University) looks at examples from a variety of sources including her own life and career to try to unlock some of the secrets of confidence.
05 April 2017 at 18:00
Founders' Day Lecture
Paul Mayhew-Archer, Oxford Brookes honorary graduate will be talking about comedy, laughter and the psychology of audiences.
24 May 2017 at 18:00
Safeguarding child wellbeing
Professor Appleton explains the public health role and value of contemporary health visiting. Drawing on research Professor Appleton will make the case for why we need health visitors to promote child welfare and wellbeing.
07 June 2017 at 18:00

Events at Brookes

These events are intended to be a pleasant social occasion and we expect all attendees to behave in a courteous manner and to treat other attendees fairly and respectfully. The University reserves the right to request any attendees to leave who, in its view, are impairing the enjoyment of others.