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November 2004

The University’s first-ever Enterprise Fest is a huge success. Guest speakers are Ultimo bra-creator Michelle Mone and fruit smoothie entrepreneur Richard Reed who inspire the packed audience with their success stories.
Ex-chief nursing officer Sarah Mullally opens the new Mary Seacole Building for the School of Health’s City Campus site. The fantastic new development includes clinical skills laboratories with simulated ward environments.
Professor Clem Seecharan gives an insight into Caribbean history when he presents a paper on “Cricket and Education in the Making of the British West Indies, 1860s-1960s”. He is one of the very few experts in the field of Caribbean History in Britain and the University is very pleased to welcome him as a guest.