I currently work at a research institution, where various academic seminars are held nearly every week, and I receive a seminar information email from my colleague every week. It's more or less like the following.
NEXT WEEK SEMINARS - we inform the next week seminars information.
- Aug 17, Tue 15:00～16:00 ABCDE Research Program
- Aug 20, Fri 15:30～17:00 VWXYZ Science Colloquium
I feel there is something strange with the title part. Thinking about what is(are) wrong, I came to the following assumption.
Assumption #1: The phrase next week seminar seems to be unnatural.
Assumption #2: The use of inform might be awkward.
As a result of my assumption above, I came up with the following correction suggestion.
NEXT WEEK'S SEMINARS - we inform you of next week's seminar information every (day of a week).
Would you please kindly advise me if my assumption is a nice try? Or, am I totally misunderstanding?