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Architecture Public Lectures

Student public Lecture Series

Each academic year, students invite practitioners to speak at our student-run public lecture series. Previous series have been launched with a DEGW Foundation Lecture to mark the arrival of the DEGW archives that were kindly given to the School.

The 2019/20 Lecture series will be focussing on the relationship between practice and climate change in the built environment. Lectures will be held Thursdays across the spring and summer terms.

Please note that the below dates are provisional and subject to change. Speakers will be confirmed for the start of the spring term.

  • 23 January 2020
  • 27 February 2020
  • 26 March 2020
  • 30 April 2020
  • 14 May 2020
  • 28 May 2020

All lectures take place:

  • 17:30-18:30
  • Room G01, Building LO22, London Road campus, University of Reading, RG1 5AQ
  • Free admission

Previous student public lecture series posters:

Reading 2050

The Reading 2050 lecture provides a platform for discussing the work of the Reading 2050 group, established in 2013 by the School of the Built Environment, Barton Wilmore and Reading UK to deliver a strategic, long-term vision that will support the delivery of Reading's legacy of a truly smart and sustainable city.

Upcoming Reading 2050 talks:

Economy and Employment

  • 19 November 2019
    Future Housing and Population Change in Reading (Simon Macklen and Debbie Mayes, Barton Willmore)

All lectures take place:

  • 18:00-19:00
  • Room G01, Building LO22, London Road campus, University of Reading, RG1 5AQ
  • Free admission

Previous Reading 2050 lecture series:




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