Our Autumn Open Lecture series kicks off on Wednesday 2 October, with guest speaker Till Roenneberg discussing one of the common experiences of all humanity – sleep!
Professor Roenneberg, from the Institute of Medical Psychology at Ludwig-Maximillians University in Munich, Germany, will open our programme of lectures with a discussion of how sleep patterns have changed in modern life and the consequences for humankind. The lecture will be held at our Canterbury Campus from 6pm.
Other speakers this term include Kent alumnus and honorary graduate Jonathan Cooper OBE on human rights law, who is always an entertaining guest; Steve Pateman of Santander bank on the recovery from the financial crisis; and Commissioner Androulla Vassiliou from the European Commission on the lessons of the global financial crisis for economists and economic journalists.
You can see the full list of lectures, venues, timings and dates, plus more information about our distinguished guest speakers here.