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Provost's Newsletter - 07 November 2011
Professor Malcolm Grant
2011-11-07
Why the dog failed to bark; Bête noire de la semaine; Senate House and brutalism; Proposed changes to university admissions post A-levels; New strategy for equalities and diversity; Money for teaching equipment and innovation; Staff survey; Provost's Awards for Public Engagement

 
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Provost's Newsletter - 14 November 2011
Professor Malcolm Grant
2011-11-14
On the road; Smart cities; American universities and American football; Bête noire de la semaine; UCL Green Impact programme; Staff survey

 
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Provost's Newsletter - 21 November 2011
Professor Malcolm Grant
2011-11-21
Appointment of Vice Provost (Education); 2012 re-launch of the impact studentship scheme; Bloomsbury master-plan; New UCL Institute of Health Equity; Francis Galton strikes again; The NHS Commissioning Board; Bête noire de la semaine; Keep happy!; Memorial event for Harry Bruhns

 
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Provost's Newsletter - 28 November 2011
Professor Malcolm Grant
2011-11-28
Queen’s Anniversary Award; Proposed new additional campus; Breeding leaders of research councils; Annual report and financial statements; Staff survey; UCL Fellow’s 100th birthday; New state of matter seen on cheap; University mergers; Les bêtes noire continuent

 
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