Departmental webinars to whet your appetite
Dive into different subjects in detail with webinars and recordings from Cambridge’s academic Departments and Faculties
Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership - Advancing Leadership webinar series
Throughout 2020, the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) will be hosting a series of ‘Advancing Leadership’ webinars. Find out more about which sessions can cater to your development needs and interests.
Faculty of Law
Over the coming months, the Faculty of Law has organised a selection of webinars that are open to alumni, including the 'Criminal Justice in a Pandemic' series.
Previous webinars can be found on the Faculty's Youtube channel - including the recent 'Criminal Justice in a Pandemic: The Courts'
Listen - Youtube
Faculty of Economics - Cambridge-INET COVID Economics Alumni webinar series
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented arguably the most significant economic shock in over 100 years. Mitigating economic damage while protecting the health of citizens requires entirely new economic thinking. At the Faculty of Economics, our research continues to address these important global challenges. Organised by Dr Meredith Crowley, the Cambridge-INET COVID Economics Alumni webinar presents a public lecture series for Cambridge Alumni.
Institute of Continuing Education (ICE)
The Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) will be hosting an online series of Topical Talks, Virtual Open Days and a Bitesize Lecture Library. Learn something new, get your questions answered and discover what it’s like to be a student again at the University of Cambridge. Topical Talk speakers include Naked Scientist Dr Chris Smith and award-winning author Sophie Hannah.
Laing O'Rourke Centre for Construction Engineering and Technology
The Laing O'Rourke Centre for Construction Engineering and Technology is delighted to invite you to a FREE online webinar exploring the report titled, ‘Methodology for quantifying the benefits of offsite construction’. Working with over 20 industry and government partner organisation, the Laing O'Rourke Centre for Construction Engineering and Technology at the University of Cambridge and CIRIA have proposed a methodology for quantifying the benefits of offsite construction, by thoroughly researching and describing construction performance metrics for the first time.
Friday 5 June, 11:00am - 12:30pm
MPhil in Conservation Leadership - Department of Geography
Earlier this month, the Masters in Conservation Leadership alumni network held a ‘Conservation and Coronavirus: what happens next?’, which was chaired by Chris Sandbrook, with Bill Adams as a panellist (along Christina Hicks, Bram Buscher and EJ Milner-Gulland).