The University of Suffolk Open Lecture Series is a high-quality events programme featuring world-renowned speakers, showcasing academic excellence both inside and outside the University. The events include conversations with lectures and guest lectures by experts across a wide range of disciplines.
Lectures open for registration at 5.30pm and finish at 7.30pm with refreshments. All events are free of charge.
View planned sessions and book onto our 2022-23 Lecture series
Professor Alison Wray, Tuesday 10 May 2022, University of Suffolk, Ipswich 'Memory, Identity, Communication: The Power of Interaction for Sustaining Personhood'
Dr Ed Garratt, Thursday 5 May 2022, University of Suffolk, Ipswich "Leading the new Integrated Care System in Suffolk and North East Essex"
Professor David Croisdale-Appleby OBE, Thursday 7 April 2022, University of Suffolk, Ipswich 'Creating health and wellbeing'
Professor Valerie Gladwell, Thursday 31 March 2022, University of Suffolk, Ipswich "I like to move it, move it"
Professor Colin Martin, Wednesday 16 March 2022, University of Suffolk, Ipswich 'I can’t get no (birth) satisfaction: International experiences with the Birth Satisfaction Scale-Revised (BSS-R)
Lisa Perkins, Thursday 10 March 2022, University of Suffolk, Ipswich "Research Realisations: Funnels, Flywheels and Fibre!"
Dr Harry Brünjes, Wednesday 8 December 2021, University of Suffolk, Ipswich 'From Science to Showbusiness'
Kate Nolan, Thursday 27 May 2021, online via Zoom 'Artist Talk'
Danni Kerr, Thursday 6 May 2021, online via Zoom 'Your name's not on the list: the failure of space as social mediator'
Dr Edward Kessler, Tuesday 23 March 2021, online via Zoom 'The Changing Landscape of Religion and Belief: Standing at the Crossroads' Watch the recording.
Moshe Katz, Wednesday 17 March 2021, online via Zoom 'Discover the Da Vinci in you!' Watch the recording.