The University of Exeter is celebrating its 60th year!
The University is the Being There project’s lead institution, so we’re particularly excited to be taking-part in the celebrations.
As part of the festivities, there will be a “Free Family Fun Community Day” on Sunday 20th March, 12midday – 4pm, held at the University’s Streatham (main) campus in Exeter.
Being There will have our own stall in the Forum, where University of Exeter project members Dr. Miriam Koschate-Reis and Freya Palmer will be joined by Dr. Chris Bevan (project member from the University of Bath) and of course our robot team-mate, NAO.
There will be lots of fun activities for all the family, including the opportunity to meet and interact with NAO.
Entry and parking are free, and more information (including travel) can be found here: http://www.exeter.ac.uk/diamondjubilee/communityday/
So please do come and say hello, and celebrate with us.
We’re always pleased to meet new people and greet familiar faces, so we hope to see you there!