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Dr Nina Mackert - Eat Your Way to Health. On the Emergence of Health as Ability in the early Twentieth Century US
Keele Hall Readings: Jane Rogers
Concerts at Keele: Albion Quartet
Black Cat Art Collective: Is Feminism a Dirty Word?
Andrew Copson - Politics, religion, and freedom: is secularism failing and does it matter?
Professor Zoe Robinson: Response and Responsibility: Universities as Actors for a More Sustainable Future
Keele Hall Readings: Oz Hardwick
Keele Music Forum: Sound and Techno-Horror: Kairo and Pulse
Facts and Figures
Top 3 in England for overall Student Satisfaction NSS 2019 (broad-based universities)
GOLD in the Teaching Excellence Framework Also Top 5 in the UK (THE ranking, broad-based universities)
96% graduate employability HESA - Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education 2017
Joint 1st in England for student satisfaction with course Guardian University League Table, 2019
1st for affordability Marbles.com, 2016
600+ acres Britain's biggest single-site campus
Global top 25 for campus sustainability UI Green Metric ranking, 2020