April 18, 1997

University of Luton

The university's programme ofinaugural lectures will include:Brian Birch on "The Proper Interaction between Academia and industry for Analytical Science"on May 7 at 4.30pm Room 1, Putteridge Bury (Tel: 01582 743700); Martha Pennington on "Linguistic Colonisation: Technology, Information and the Spread of English" onJune 4 at 4.30pm, Putteridge Bury Tel: 01582 743409); John Phebyon "Small Business Policy: Retrospect and Prospect" on July 2at 4.30pm, Room J110(Tel: 01582 743131).

Loughborough University

Peter Taylor, professor of geography, will give his inaugural lecture on April 30 at 5pm in CC.0.13, James France Building. The lecture is entitled "Historical Geography of Modernities".

Noticeboard is compiled by Lynne Williams. For further information see NetGazette http://thesis.newsint.co.uk

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