Former Poet Laureate, playwright, and Visiting Artist at the University, Dame Carol Ann Duffy will return to Lincoln in October as part of the Autumn 2019 Great Lives public lecture series.
Each year the University welcomes high-profile individuals from all over the world to speak at our prestigious Great Lives series. The lectures connect audiences with inspiring figures who are considered leaders in the worlds of business, sport, politics, science, and the arts.
Watch the video to see our interview with Dame Carol Ann Duffy, or find out more about the upcoming lecture below.
The Lincoln Medical School is an exciting collaboration with The University of Nottingham. Students can benefit from the academic expertise of both universities, studying for a trusted and well established medicine degree in a university known for putting students at the heart of everything it does.
The BMBS Medicine and BMBS Medicine with a Foundation Year degrees are widening access to medical education. They aim to develop students into the practising doctors of the future, giving them the opportunity to gain hands-on clinical experience through excellent links with local Lincolnshire NHS trusts.
Students can learn in the University's £19 million Sarah Swift Building, which is equipped with specialist clinical suites, while work is underway to deliver a purpose-built medical school in 2021.
The former Poet Laureate, a prominent broadcaster and environmental campaigner and a celebrated satirical cartoonist and illustrator will visit the city as the next guest speakers for a popular public lecture series it has been announced.
Charitable organisations, grant funders and philanthropic donors whose gifts and grants are helping to build one of England’s new medical schools have taken turf-cutting honours at a ceremony to mark the start of construction.