QUB Mind Your Mood
Wellbeing Wednesdays at the Ulster Museum
Mind Your Mood are collaborating with the Ulster Museum in July and August for 'Wellbeing Wednesdays at the Ulster Museum'
A 20 minute guided tour of one of the museum's galleries will allow students to take inspiration, recharge their batteries from studying and leave refreshed.
The final tour will take place on Wednesday 21 August.
No sign up is required. The tours will begin at 12:30pm and will be finished by 1pm.
Any questions please do not hesitate to email: firstname.lastname@example.org
School of Biological Sciences
Anthea Swan: All-Island Sharing of Best Practice
Friday 23 August, 10.00 - 11.00, The Great Hall
The School of Biological Sciences will be hosting an Athena SWAN event on Friday 23 August 2019. This event will be introduced by distinguished guest, Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell, a name that is synonymous not only with internationally acclaimed ground-breaking science, but also with promoting women in science. Professor Dame Bell Burnell was a co-founder of Athena SWAN awards. For many years she was one of the very few number of women in her field and as a consequence has spent much of her career championing for the advancement of women in Science.
The All-Island Sharing of Best Practice event has been divided into two sections:
Part 1: Introduction by Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell
Everyone is welcome to attend. Register via Eventbrite.
Part 2: Workshop/round-table discussions
The goal of the Workshop/round-table discussions is to provide a forum to examine common themes and challenges in the Athena SWAN agenda and discuss potential ways to address these in an effective action plan. This section is primarily aimed at staff in STEM related Schools/Departments from Universities across the island who are involved in the Athena SWAN application process.
Registration for parts 1 and 2 of this event are separate.