This event is a unique opportunity for the university's staff and students, their friends and families, to come together to celebrate Christmas at our magical annual Carol Service. The service is held in the beautiful historic setting of the Old Royal Naval College Chapel in Greenwich. Carols will be led by the University of Greenwich [...]
GLAN (Greenwich Law Alumni Network) Reunion
Join us for the launch of the ESII toolkit, find out the i3Centre programme and opportunities for September 2017-2018!
The Creative Professions and Digital Arts Department at the University of Greenwich, in collaboration with the Women’s Film and Television History Network UK/Ireland, are proud to host a one-day symposium blending theory and practice to explore the themes of trailblazing women on and off screen, past and present. We aim to bring together academics and [...]
A 3 hour workshop with bestselling author and Greenwich alumna Sarah Ockwell-Smith for parents of 0-18 year olds, or those who work with them, focusing on gentle approaches to discipline.
A 3 hour workshop, with bestselling author and Greenwich alumna Sarah Ockwell-Smith, for parents of 0-5 year olds, or those who work with them, focusing on gentle, no cry, sleep techniques.
The LGBT+ Society is delighted to invite you to the first Annual LGBT+ Celebration at the University of Greenwich. Students, staff, alumni and friends are invited to celebrate the achievements of the LGBT+ community. The reception will start at 17:30 and the programme will start from 18:00. This will include the premier of the documentary [...]
How Can Creative Business Models be Ethical and Profitable? Creative Conversations would like to invite you to a panel discussion on how creative businesses can be both ethical and profitable. Creative Conversations is a programme of events and research in the Department of Creative Professions and Digital Arts at the University of Greenwich, investigating the [...]
The Creative Conversations Initiative, as part of the Creative Professions and Digital Arts Department at the University of Greenwich, presents: Designing Death: Challenges and Aesthetics for the 21st Century Dying is one of the most personal experiences we will have in our lives and yet there are still norms for what bereavement and funerals should [...]
Please join us on Tuesday the 28th of February to celebrate the opening of 'Material Legacies, in the Landscape of the Lost' at the Stephen Lawrence Gallery. Material Legacies brings together a collection of works that encapsulate the essence of three people’s lives. It explores how making can create meaningful encounters with the dead. These [...]