Alumni Diary

As you will remember from your time as a Member there is always a wealth of activity going on at the College.

Below you can find listed some of the upcoming events that are also open to Alumni, giving you the perfect reason to come and spend an evening at the College. Don’t forget that you also benefit from an exclusive discount on catering in the Great Hall and Freddie’s so why not enjoy a meal at the College before going along to an event? You can find full details of how to access your discounts and other benefits here.

If you wish to attend any of the events listed below, please email us at alumni@goodenough.ac.uk 


February 2017

Monday 6th February - Lecture: The Hon Mrs Justice McGowan, Governor of Goodenough College, eminent judge and past Chairman of the Bar Council

19:00 onwards - London House Large Common Room

Tuesday 7th February - Port Talk: Atificial Intelligence and the Future of Humanity

20:00 onwards - The Churchill Room

A panel discussion with Dr Joanna Bryson (Oxford, MIT, Bath), Dr Adrian Weller (Cambridge, Alan Turing Institute), and Dr John Lewis (Bank of England).

Monday 13th February - Lecture: A View from the City

20:00 onwards - The Churchill Room

Catherine McGuinness of the Corporation of the City of London offers an introduction to the great powerhouse of the UK.

Wednesday 15th February - Annual Business Lecture: Why You should Care about Entrepeneurship

19:00 onwards - London House Large Common Room

Timothy Barnes, Founder and Senoir Deity, The Rain Gods, will present his thoughts on why we should care about entrepeneurship.

Thursday 16th February - Port Talk: Re-Writing the Rules of Sex

20:00 onwards - The Churchill Room

In this talk co-author of "Enjoy Sex (How, When and If You Want To)", Dr Meg-John Barker will explore some of the common assumptions we tend to have about sex.

Thursday 23rd February - Port Talk: The U.S Presidency

20:00 onwards - The Churchill Room

Dr Bud Weinstein (LH 63-64), US based Fellows of the College, offers a reflection on the consequence of the new US Presidency - Donald Trump's Path to the American Presidency: Economnic, Demographic and Political Factors.

 

 

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