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Find out about our extensive alumni and supporter events programme that takes place throughout the year – online, on campus, across the UK, and internationally.

Upcoming Events

Is It Too Late to Save Our Oceans?

Virtual
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An online event that will address why oceans are our most powerful nature based solution, and why we need to act now to protect them.

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Turner Sims present: La Serenissima

In person
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Orchestral pioneers La Serenissima and their director Adrian Chandler return to Turner Sims with a magical programme of baroque music.

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Turner Sims present: Manu Delago

In person
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World renowned handpan player and composer Manu Delago presents his first audio-visual solo-programme Environ Me.

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Count Me In! Celebrating student contributions to collaborative videos and game design

Virtual
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This online webinar will showcase research that students at Fairmead School contributed towards, that provided new and different opportunities for student participation at school either through computer game design or video making.

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Games for Social Good

In person
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Games for Social Good: discover new ways of gaming and teaching to raise awareness of environmental challenges.

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Southampton Arts and Humanities Festival

Virtual
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Exploring the human within.

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Festival of Social Science debate: water & waste services – who knows best?

Virtual
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How do we know how well the world is doing in meeting the Sustainability Development Goals? Find out more through this debate/quiz.

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