Director's Colloquium dates for 2014

Wednesday 15 January 2014

The Director's Colloquia will be held in the Leonard Huxley Theatre at the following times in 2014:

  • 12:00 Wednesday 5 March. Professor Veena Sahajwalla, UNSW.
  • 12:00 Thursday 10 April, Professor Ian Chubb
  • 12:00 Thursday 1 May, Dr Nathan Steggel
  • 12:00 Thursday 5 June. Professor Andrew White, University of Queensland.
  • 12:00 Thursday 31 July, Dr David Campbell
  • 12:00 Thursday 14 August, Professor Piero Baglioni
  • 12:00 Thursday 4 September, Dr Andrew Sullivan
  • 12:00 Thursday 6 November, Professor Andrew Roberts

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