Posted on 17 October 2022
I hope you are all keeping well and look forward to seeing you around campus as term gets into full swing, the nights draw in and (unfortunately) the rain starts. As always for those looking for a warm drink and a cup of tea/coffee alongside some relaxed chat about all things political, the Department Coffee Morning will be on Wednesday from 9:30am to 11:00am in Politics Reception.
We also have some interesting events this week - see below for details :-)
John Evemy (Learning Community Officer)
Tuesday 18th October 2:00pm-3:30pm, Online
The Interdisciplinary Global Development centre is hosting a panel discussion with leading scholars, activists and politicians from across the globe to discuss the United Nations Sustainable Development goals and the need for cross/inter-displinary enquiery and multi-agency/secotral collaborations. If ever there was a time when the idiom “we cannot go it alone” held true, it is now! You can find more information and book tickets on the university website
Wednesday 19th October 4:30pm,
Treehouse, Berrick Saul Building, Campus West
York’s Centre for Women’s Studies (CWS) is delighted to invite you to the launch event of its new Women’s Studies Now! seminar series. It kicks off with a round table on gender and migration with Dr Sara de Jong (Politics), Haleemah Alaydi (English and Related Studies), Dr Joy Ogbemudia (Leeds Business School) and Daria Lynch (Archaeology and History) chaired by Dr Rachel Alsop (Director of the Centre for Womens Studies)
More info: t: @UoYCWS; e: firstname.lastname@example.org; w: york.ac.uk/womens-studies/research/womensstudiesnow/
Friday 21st October 1:00-2:00pm,
AEW/106 (Alcuin East)
Sarah Cunnold, (Student Wellbeing Officer) and Louise Frith (Academic Skills Tutor) are running a session for anybody that wants to learn some coaching techniques to support your cross-cultural communication.