There are a range of workshops for undergraduates and postgraduates which cover key academic practices. For more info. or to book a place please visit our booking page.
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Strathclyde Bicycle Users Group (StrathBUG) is now online at http://www.strathbug.org.uk/
Register on the site for information, help and encouragement with all aspects of cycle-based active transport to and from University.
There are articles on the site to help people to start to commute by bicycle, as well as a forum where users can ask questions,
and raise issues e.g. about existing facilities, or those they think are needed. You can also share you route with others, and perhaps help someone
new to cycle commuting, or simply find someone to share your commute with.
All students and staff are invited to participate in diversity events taking place on campus during 2014-2015.
The events have been arranged to raise awareness, develop respect and to provide opportunities for making new friends and networking.
These events are FREE and refreshments are provided.
Check out the events by clicking on the following web link:
Here at the MSA, we have a lively and vibrant community who are here to offer advice on all things Strathclyde.
Common Room, Tea/Coffee, Microwaves, Toaster, Fridges, Lockers.
PC Lab with WIFI, printer, photocopier and a scanner.
Quiet study rooms, peer support network.
Date: Wednesday, 26 November 2014, 2pm - 4pm
Venue: Chaplaincy Centre, Level 2, Graham Hills Building, 50 George Street.
This workshop is for all students to learn about origami - a traditional Japanese art of paper folding. This is a fun way to acquire a new skill and form new friendships and learn about other cultures.
Origami papers will be provided.
Free refreshments available.
The Strathclyde University Muslim Student Association (SUMSA) and the Equality and Diversity Office would like to invite you to an interfaith dinner. The dinner is an opportunity to network and to learn about faith and belief in informal surroundings.
The dinner will take place at the Aroma Cafe (formerly Lord Todd Diner) on 26 November 2014. Doors open at 5.30pm for 6pm start. Ticket cost £3 each.
Dress code is informal casual. Please confirm your attendance by replying to this email or contacting Moutaz Hamdan, on 07553720207.
Halal food will be provided, if you have any specific dietary requirements (eg. vegetarian) please highlight this in your RSVP.
The dinner will be taking place as part of the University Get International Week: http://www.strath.ac.uk/getinternationalweek/eventscalendar
We are open from 10.30 am to 3.30 pm, Monday to Friday term time.
Find extra information and help on our myplace classes: http://classes.myplace.strath.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=15343
Or visit our website www.strath.ac.uk/mathsskills
Are you ready to Get International?
Get International is a fun and informative week of events to kickstart your international experience at Strathclyde. With information sessions, social activities, and skills sessions Get International Week will help you get the most from your time at Strathclyde.
When? 24-28 November 2014
Where? http://www.strath.ac.uk/getinternationalweek/ for more information and to view the Events Calendar
Inviting all students who are Sikh or interested in learning about the Sikh faith - a new student society is being set-up. If interested please send an email to the University Sikh Chaplain Dr Satwant Multani: email@example.com
You are also invited to meet Dr Multani at the Faith and Belief Fayre taking place on the Thursday 25 September between 11am-2pm at the Chaplaincy Centre, Level 2, Graham Hills Building, 50 George Street, Glasgow G1 1QE. Free coffee and doughnuts provided.
This is a short survey including 7 questions about cycling hazards, cycling experience, and demographic information (age and gender). Completing the survey will take around 5 minutes. You are eligible to take part in this survey if (i) you are a commuter cyclist, or, (ii) you are contemplating cycling to your existing workplace. Thank you for your consideration to take part in this PhD research.
Interested in China, Chinese people, culture and history? Why not come along and learn more about the country and its people through a range of activities including an exhibition, films and games.
The Chinese Students' Association and the Equality and Diversity office invite all students and staff to this event taking place:
Date: 28 November 2014
Venue: Insight Institute, Collins Building, 22 Richmond Street, Glasgow G1 1XQ
All are welcome. You may attend at any time and stay as long as you want.