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  • SurreyLearn Scheduled Update Cancelled

    Due to technical reasons the SurreyLearn Software update will no longer be taking place.

    There will be no scheduled downtime from Tuesday 22 July to Friday 25 July as previously communicated. 

    We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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  • Loss of Network Services (Telephony and Internet)

    Date of work to be carried out: Wednesday 9 July 2014

    Duration:  06:00am to 07:00am

    Who affected: Users of the telephones in Senate House, AC, BA, BC, MS, DK, AY, AZ, AX, Students Union, AA, WH, HA, PM, Oak and Court receptions. Users of the data Network in Senate House levels 0, 1 and 2.

    Services affected: Telephony, all services for users in the areas identified above. Data Network, all network services e.g. web and email for users identified in Senate House above. 

    Description: Recent unplanned power interruptions have identified an issue with the electrical switch gear in Senate House, this downtime is needed so E&FM can repair the faulty electrical equipment.

  • Phishing Email Warning – ‘Your email account has reached its maximum limit of 20 GB of storage’

    You may have recently received an email from David Ashton (VP & Registrar Office) titled ‘Your email account has reached its maximum limit of 20 GB of storage’. Please do not respond, this is a phishing email and has not been generated by David Ashton.  

    If you receive emails requesting your personal details they should be immediately deleted as they have not been generated by University IT. If you have clicked on the link and provided your account details you must reset your password immediately.

    Instructions and a link to change your password can be obtained by visiting the University IT web pages and clicking “Password Changer” under the Quick Links section or by contacting the User Support Help Desk by phone on: 01483 689898 or email: usersupport@surrey.ac.uk.

    If you have clicked on the link and provided your account details it is essential that you contact the IT User Support Help Desk for further advice.

Event Calendar

  • 2014 BYOB CubeSat Workshop

    25 July 2014

    Following on from the success of our 2013 event, Surrey Space Centre (SSC) and AMSAT-UK invite CubeSat developers to bring their equipment to a ‘Bring Your Own Board’ (BYOB) workshop. The aims are to demonstrate your latest CubeSat developments, to foster new partnerships and links within the UK and EU community, and encouraging more interaction with AMSAT-UK and the Colloquium (more info at: http://amsat-uk.org/colloquium/colloquium-2014/).

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  • Hollywood’s Musical Contemporaries and Competitors in the Early Sound Film Era Conference

    26 July 2014

    Generously supported by The Film Music Foundation, the Royal Musical Association, Music & Letters, The British Academy and the International Relations Office and School of Arts at the University of Surrey.

    This conference offers a welcome opportunity to investigate scoring practices at the birth of the sound era in cinematic traditions outside Hollywood and the USA. 

    Music in the very first sound films from, for example, Europe, Scandinavia, Russia/The Soviet Union, South America, and Asia remains significantly under-explored in the scholarly literature. Without such wider understanding of the early musical development of the ‘talkies’ in non-North-American regions, and without awareness of the degree to which such practices were influenced by, fed into, or countered US/Hollywood models, the history of film music is far from complete.

    In an attempt to fill these gaps in knowledge and understanding, the conference presents papers, lecture-demonstrations and a panel session addressing film music in the first years of the sound era, from c. 1928 to the late 1930s, in screen repertoire produced outside the United States. Screenings of early European sound films with newly composed scores, and specially commissioned audio-visual performances will take place on Saturday and Sunday evenings in venues on campus and in Guildford.

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  • Hollywood's musical contemporaries and competitors in the early sound film era conference

    26 July 2014

    This conference offers a welcome opportunity to investigate scoring practices at the birth of the sound era in cinematic traditions outside Hollywood and the USA. 

    Find out more »

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