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Upcoming open days

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Colchester Campus
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Southend Campus
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Colchester Campus
Wednesday 5 March 2014 (booking now)

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No open days are available for booking yet. You will be able to book your desired open day online three months before the date.


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Diary of events 2014

Our events listings are updated on a daily basis. If you want to signup for our Daily Bulletin or let us know about an event please email our Communications Office.

Our venues

All of our venues have their own dedicated websites:

Lakeside Theatre, Colchester Campus

Art Exchange, Colchester Campus

Clifftown Theatre and Studios, Southend Campus

East 15 Acting School, Loughton Campus

Ongoing events

Exhibitions

April

Tuesday 22 April

Department of Government Seminar – Erica Franz (Bridgewater State) "Succession Rules and Survival in Dictatorships"

5.15 pm in room 1N1.4.1. ALl welcome.

Advice and support from top writers

Help with writing from the Royal Literary Fund Writing Fellows. Students from all disciplines are welcome to take advantage of these one-to-one sessions with top writers.

Wednesday 23 April

Weekly Cycle Maintenance Service

Every Wednesday in term time. Free cycle checks and Cycle Maintenance Service, 8:30am - 2:30pm, Located between Squares 4-5.

Centre for Film Studies Double Bill - Twigs (A film created by our film production MA students) and Blackfish (Directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite, USA, 2013)

7pm in LTB10. All welcome.

Human Rights Centre and School of Law Seminar – Norman S. Poser (Emeritus Professor of Law), Fernne Brennan (School of Law, Essex), Professor Robin Blackburn (Department of Sociology, Essex). "Lord Mansfield and Human Rights"

Chaired by Professor Karen Hulme (School of Law, Essex). 4pm to 6.30pm in the Law Common Room (5S.6.17)

Thursday 24 April

Advice and support from top writers

Help with writing from the Royal Literary Fund Writing Fellows. Students from all disciplines are welcome to take advantage of these one-to-one sessions with top writers.

Student Street Market

Every Thursday the SU will be bringing you a host of local stalls selling a range of goodies, from freshly ground coffee and tasty cakes to vintage clothing and handmade jewellery. 10.30am–3.30pm in Square 3. Make sure you pop along to get your fresh local produce and grab a bargain.

Talk – "How Mount Everest was really conquered"

The amazing story of Griffith Pugh, the scientific brains behind the first successful ascent of Everest in 1953 will be recalled by his daughter Harriet Tuckey (who is also an Essex alumni) at a special seminar at our Colchester Campus.

1pm in 1N1.4.1. Places for the talk are limited. If you would like to attend please email Lynsey Dawson

Department of Mathematical Sciences Seminar - Dr. Richard Elwes (University of Leeds) "An Outsider's Guide to Concrete Incompleteness"

2pm in room 5S.4.9. All welcome.

School of Philosophy and Art History Seminar Series – Professor Sebastian Gardner (University College London) "The Metaphysics of Human Freedom: From Kant's Transcendental Idealism to Schelling's Freiheitsschrift"

5pm to 7pm in room 5B.202. All welcome.

Friday 25 April

Advice and support from top writers

Help with writing from the Royal Literary Fund Writing Fellows. Students from all disciplines are welcome to take advantage of these one-to-one sessions with top writers.

Monday 28 April

Advice and support from top writers

Help with writing from the Royal Literary Fund Writing Fellows. Students from all disciplines are welcome to take advantage of these one-to-one sessions with top writers.

Tuesday 29 April

Centre for Work, Organization, and Society – Jeremy Gilbert (University of East London): The Politics of Common Ground

3pm to 5pm in Room LTB B

Advice and support from top writers

Help with writing from the Royal Literary Fund Writing Fellows. Students from all disciplines are welcome to take advantage of these one-to-one sessions with top writers.

Wednesday 30 April

Weekly Cycle Maintenance Service

Every Wednesday in term time. Free cycle checks and Cycle Maintenance Service, 8:30am - 2:30pm, Located between Squares 4-5.

May

Thursday 1 May

Advice and support from top writers

Help with writing from the Royal Literary Fund Writing Fellows. Students from all disciplines are welcome to take advantage of these one-to-one sessions with top writers.

Student Street Market

Every Thursday the SU will be bringing you a host of local stalls selling a range of goodies, from freshly ground coffee and tasty cakes to vintage clothing and handmade jewellery. 10.30am–3.30pm in Square 3. Make sure you pop along to get your fresh local produce and grab a bargain.

June

Thursday 5 June

Department of Language and Linguistics – Natalia Gagarina (Berlin Centre for General Linguistics):"On– and offline language support of bilingual children in two languages"

4pm in 1N1.4.1. Full Seminar Details.

News and events

News and events

Our news pages will keep you up-to-date on all that has been happening around our University, including latest research and forthcoming events and activities.

Events

Events

We have theatres at each of our three campuses and a whole range of activities taking place for you to enjoy or get involved in, including student productions and performances by professional touring companies.

Media information

Media information

Our Communications Office can help journalists access the expertise of our academics. Our world class rating for research excellence means we can provide knowledge across the social sciences, science and engineering, humanities and comparative studies, and law and management.

Publications

We publish our stakeholder magazine Essex Quarterly, and an in-house newsletter, Essex Weekly allowing you to keep up-to-date with everything that is happening at Essex, including latest news, research excellence and information on forthcoming events.