University News - October 2005

Oct
2005
•  04 October 2005 - Fulbright Historian Gives Inaugural Lecture
•  05 October 2005 - Celebrations at Centre of Excellence
  - Equipment Donation is Boost for Technology Park
  - Appeal for Whistle Blowers to Come Forward
•  06 October 2005 - Mexican Pulp Fiction to Open Cinema Season
  - Find Out About Finance at University Open Day (Hull)
  - Find Out About Finance at University Open Day (Lincoln)
•  07 October 2005 - Agriculture Student Numbers on the Rise
  - Student Stand-up’s no Joke
  - Lincoln Student Homes in on Career in Design
•  10 October 2005 - Lincoln Graduate Scoops Prestigious TV Award
  - Garden Looking Rosy for New Media Students
•  11 October 2005 - International Conference Fosters Closer Ties
  - Airborne Cat is Purrfect Computer Game
•  12 October 2005 - Photographs of City Bound for Law Courts
  - Bishop to Unveil Commemorative Plaque
•  14 October 2005 - University Opens New Student Chapter
  - Centre of Excellence for Food Industry
  - Editor to Lift Lid on Online Journalism
•  17 October 2005 - Cartoonist’s Tribute to ’Father of Modern Art’
  - Brass Ensemble to Kick Off Concert Series
  - Talk on Plight of Real Life Oliver Twists
  - Students Bridge the Generation Divide
•  18 October 2005 - Batman Star Backs Black History Event
  - Bon Voyage! Hull Students to Exhibit in France
  - Talk on Constructing a Successful Business
•  19 October 2005 - Criminal Question Time at University
•  20 October 2005 - Anti-Terror Laws Under Fire
  - University Finance Advice at Open Evening
•  21 October 2005 - Hungarian Professor Speaks Out on Europe
•  24 October 2005 - Students Volunteer Their Support
•  25 October 2005 - Take a Walk on the Wild Side
  - Find out More About Wartime Britain
  - Local Faith Communities Unite in Prayer
•  26 October 2005 - Wear it Pink and Show Your Support
•  27 October 2005 - Students to Attempt 10,000ft Freefall
•  28 October 2005 - Deconstructing the Role of an Architect
•  31 October 2005 - Ghostly Goings-on at the University of Lincoln
  - The BBC - Value for Money or Stealth Tax?