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Thu, Mar 30, '17
6pm - 8pm
Join us in the Munich offices of Süddeutsche Zeitung for a Warwick alumni evening

The most-subscribed daily national newspaper of Germany – Süddeutsche Zeitung – will host our Warwick alumni community on 30.03.2017 (18.00) at their Munich offices. The journalists of this leading newspaper will discuss with us the recent global phenomenon – rise of fake news – and its impact on journalism and society.

Wed, Apr 12, '17
6:45pm - 10:45pm
Dinner, Operetta and Tour - Natural History Museum

To start off events in 2017, alumni in Vienna have decided to try something new and would like to invite you to an alumni get-together at the Natural History Museum in Vienna. The museum, in cooperation with renowned caterers, organize several traditional dinners that can be combined with fantastic roof-top tours. On a particular evening, the "SEEFESTSPIELE MÖRBISCH" will be performing highlights of the operetta "DER VOGELHÄNDLER".

Tue, Apr 18, '17
6pm - 8pm
Public Science Events 2016/17: The Microbiome
School of Life Sciences Atrium

We all have one, but what is a microbiome? Discover the huge impact your microbiome has on you and your health! Microbiomes are vital in plant health and nutrient uptake, animal health and livestock rearing. Discover how we can manipulate microbiomes to reduce spread of antibiotic resistance.

6pm - 8pm
'Knowledge is GREAT' lecture in Singapore

Professor Peter Abrahams, Emeritus Professor of Clinical Anatomy at Warwick Medical School, will be delivering his second British Council Singapore 'Knowledge is GREAT' Lecture, entitled "The Tiger Bronzes: An Anatomical Whodunnit?" on Tuesday, 18 April 2017, at the National Gallery, 1 St. Andrew's Road, Singapore 178957.

Wed, May 3, '17
6:15pm - 7:15pm
From Lotteries to Polls to Monte Carlo: Warwick Public Lectures in Mathematics and Statistics

This talk will discuss randomness and probability, to answer such questions as: Just how unlikely is it to win a lottery jackpot? If you flip 100 coins, how close will the number of heads be to 50? How many dying patients must be saved to demonstrate that a new medical drug is effective? Why do strange coincidences occur so often? If a poll samples 1,000 people, how accurate are the results? How did statistics help to expose the Ontario Lottery Retailer Scandal? If two babies die in the same family without apparent cause, should the parents be convicted of murder? Why do casinos always make money, even though gamblers sometimes win and sometimes lose? And how is all of this related to Monte Carlo Algorithms, an extremely popular and effective method of scientific computing? No mathematical background is required to attend.

Sat, May 20, '17
50 year Reunion Dinner - 20th May 2017

The University of Warwick is delighted to invite the class of 1966 back to campus to celebrate their 50th anniversary. To mark the occasion there will be a reunion dinner on Saturday 20 May 2017 in Chancellor’s Suite, Rootes Social Building with music to reflect those heady days of ’66.