Key Learning Centre, Oxford Castle & Prison - Chairman's Lecture - Tuesday 1 October, 6pm
The second in our series of Chairman's Lectures - 'Oxford University Estate - past, present and future' with Pro-Vice Chancellor, Dr David Prout.
Oxford University (separate from the 38 Colleges) has more than 250 buildings, ranging from the Sheldonian Theatre and Bodleian Library to the Engineering Building on Banbury Road and modern research facilities like the new Physics Building. This presents a huge challenge in terms of keeping the University Estate in a fit for purpose condition and providing the academic facilities that are needed to maintain the University’s position in global research and education rankings. David Prout (Pro-Vice Chancellor for Planning and Resources) will make a presentation and lead a discussion about the University’s Estate.
Members: £10, Non-members: £15
Photo credited to Stephen Hebron