Events

November 24, 1995

ARTIST AND THE MOON

The Museum of the History of Science is hosting an exhibition to mark the 250th anniversary of the birth of John Russell, entitled "The Artist and the Moon". The exhibition continues until January , 1996, and the museum is open Tuesday to Saturday 12noon until 4pm. Admission is free. Information: Museum of the History of Science, Broad Street, Oxford, OX1 3AZ. Tel: 01865 7280. Fax: 7288.

CHRISTMAS COOKERY

Bishop Burton College has organised a Christmas cookery demonstration on December 6 starting at 10am. Information: Lorraine Cornwell or Melonnie Ward, Bishop Burton College, Bishop Burton, Beverley, HU17 8QG. Tel: 01964 550481.

PUBLIC RELATIONS

Heist and the University of Central England in Birmingham have jointly organised a one-day conference on "Public Relations for Personal Assistants", which will be held at the Botanical Gardens in Edgbaston on December 4. The conference will cover the following topics: dealing with advertising sales; dealing with journalists; how to deal with complaints; writing and editing student recruitment literature. Information: Rachel Wood, Conference and Training Manager, Heist, 2 College Close, Beckett Park Campus, Leeds LS6 3QS. Tel: 0113 283 3184. Fax: 283 3187.

SKILL STUDENT CONFERENCE

Hereward College, Coventry will host a conference organised by the National Bureau for Students with Disabilities to enable students to share experiences and gather information enabling them to develop successful policies and practices for disabled students in their institution. The conference will be held on Tuesday 20 February, 1996. Information: Skill, 336 Brixton Road, London SW9 7AA. Tel: 0171 4 0565. Fax: 4 7840.

CAMPUS SECURITY

An international congress on campus security will be held at the University of Southampton on March 20-22. Themes will include: crime; community involvement; police liaison, drugs; security in student residences; car parking; personal problems and training. Information: John Hiett, Congress Secretariat, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton SO17 1BJ, tel: 01703 760260. fax 766207.

Noticeboard is compiled by Lynne Williams. For further information see also NetGazette on thesis@newsint.co.uk.

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