People and Pandemics - Has Covid Changed Us?
In this panel discussion Professor David McCoy, Dr Evi Argyriou, Professor Pat Healey and Dr Sevasti Foka share their perspectives on the impact of Covid-19 on the way we connect and interact with each other.
Alumni Angles: A conversation with BBC newsreader, Jane Hill
Our new engagement series, Alumni Angles, launched with a special in-conversation event with BBC newsreader and alumna, Jane Hill (Politics BA, 1991),
The Future of Digital Education - The Drapers Lecture 2021
Professor Sian Bayne delivered the 15th annual Drapers’ Lecture in Learning and Teaching on Wednesday 24 March 2021.
Inaugural Lecture - Professor Rüdiger Görner, Centenary Professor of German.
Beethoven, Hegel & Hölderlin at 250: Thoughts on the presence of triadic structures in their works.
People and Pandemics – A Better World?
In this panel discussion Dr Philippa Lloyd, Professor Barbara Taylor, Professor Norman Fenton and Dr James Bradley will discuss their thoughts and experiences relating to Covid-19 and what the world might look and what we might want it to look like post pandemic.
People and Pandemics – Covid-19 and its Global Impact part 2
In this second part of our panel event, Dr Philippa Lloyd, Dr Magda Osman, Professor Tim Bale and Professor David McCoy will continue to discuss how different countries and their populations have responded to Covid-19.
People and Pandemics – Covid-19 and its Global Impact
In this panel event Dr Philippa Lloyd, Dr Magda Osman, Professor Tim Bale and Professor David McCoy will discuss how different countries and their populations have responded to Covid-19
Drapers Lecture 2020
Queen Mary University of London was joined by Nick Hillman, Director of the Higher Education Policy Institute.
The Annual Arts Lecture 2019 with Nish Kumar
Comedian Nish Kumar presented the Annual Arts Lecture on the Mile End Campus.
A Conversation with Bill Gates
Co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation took questions from students in a wide-ranging Q&A session.
Towards 2030: Realising the UK's AI Ambitions
In this panel session a panel of leading experts, chaired by Lord Tim Clement-Jones CBE, discuss Artificial Intelligence, covering its potential to transform all aspects of human life and how the UK is planning to harness the opportunities and challenges brought about by these technologies which have been described as the “fourth industrial revolution”.