RSA Northampton with Nick Petford FRSA

Fellowship Event

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Senate Building, University of Northampton

  • Fellowship

We’re delighted to be meeting this month in the University of Northampton’s brand new Waterside Campus, and to hear personally from Vice Chancellor Nick Petford FRSA.

On arrival, please come to the Senate Building. We’ll be in the large seating area next to the coffee bar. We will begin the meetup with a short tour of the campus and then return to the Senate Building to hear the Vice Chancellor share his vision for the university. 

You may be interested in this recent interview with Nick in the Guardian where he talks about the university’s strategic commitment to making a social impact in the county. 

There will time for informal discussion and networking. There are two restaurants open to the public on campus for anyone who may wish to linger and continue the conversations over a meal. 

Places are limited so please let us know you’re coming (see booking link above).  

We welcome both existing Fellows and anyone who is interested in finding out more about the RSA.

If you are arriving by car, you will need to provide your registration number in advance in order to park on site. Please email [email protected] when you book you place 

Location: Senate Building, University of Northampton, Waterside Campus, University Drive, Northampton NN1 5PH

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