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Lunch Hour Lectures Reviews

UCL student journalist Hannah Buttle reviews some of our latest Lunch Hour Lectures. These lectures, run by UCL since 1942, showcase the exceptional research work being undertaken across UCL. Lectures are free and open to all.

 


Holocaust monument Berlin
 LHL review - Nazi Persecution and the Quest for Justice

Student Journalist Hannah Buttle reviews Professor Mary Fulbrook's Lunch Hour Lecture marking Holocaust Memorial Day 2020.

10 February 2020


Generation Z
LHL review - Teaching and Leading Generation Z

Hannah Buttle, UCL Student Journalist – and fellow member of Generation Z – reviews this Lunch Hour Lecture on the interests and struggles of her generation.

4 February 2020


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LHL review - Ageing and Caring in a Globalised World

With the beginning of the new term comes the return of UCL's Lunch Hour Lectures! Here, Student Journalist Hannah Buttle reviews one of last term's interesting talks on ageing in our increasingly digital society. 

13 January 2020


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LHL review - Why Can’t I Sing with Australians on the Telephone?

UCL student journalist Hannah Buttle reviews this lecture on data travel by Dr Domaniç Lavery, of UCL’s Optical Networks Group.

5 December 2019


lecture hall and screen
LHL review - Earth Observation for Planning Sustainable Cities

Hannah Buttle, UCL student journalist, reports on this Lunch Hour Lecture by Dr. Andrew Maclachlan, UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis - looking at how we cool down cities for sustainability. 

29 November 2019