Inviting all students particularly Sikh students to celebrate and participate in the Nagar Kirtan Vaisakhi march which takes place on 6th April 2014. The march starts from Otago Street Gurdwara, West end (near the University of Glasgow) at 9.30am and ends at Albert Drive, Pollokshields.
All are welcome. Click here to see a short video clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wupQ-k0mhE
For further information please contact Dr Satwant Multani, University Sikh Chaplain: firstname.lastname@example.org
You are invited to three FREE events covering contemporary issues in Japan entitled 'Fukushima, Hiroshima, Fukushima' on:
- 30 April 2014
- 1 May and
- 2 May 2014.
The workshops are open to students, staff and members of the public.
Venue: The Chaplaincy Centre, Level 2, Graham Hills Building, University of Strathclyde, 50 George Street, Glasgow, G1 1QE
Time: 2.30 to 4 pm
Our friends in Fukushima’ (40 mins)
About two million people are living in Fukushima Prefecture. How are they coping with the nuclear accident at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant of 11 March 2011? The film follows staff and students at Fukushima University.
‘Hiroshima in 2013’ (22 mins)
‘I saw everything in Hiroshima.’ ‘You saw nothing in Hiroshima.’ The dialogue is repeated in Alain Resnais’s 1959 film ‘Hiroshima mon amour’. What do you see in Hiroshima? Especially after the nuclear accident in Fukushima?
‘100 Bq/Kg, 0.23 μSv/h: The standard of living in Fukushima‘ (43 mins)
100 Bq/Kg is the limit of radioactive materials in general foods in Japan. 0.23 μSv/h is the air dose rate target for decontamination. What does it mean to live in Fukushima Prefecture (County), where about two million people are living.
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.
The theme for this year’s Education@Strathclyde event will be Assessment and Feedback, with keynote speaker Professor Ian Pirie, Assistant Principal, Learning and Development, University of Edinburgh.
Four sessions will take place on Tuesday 22nd and Wednesday 23rd April.
- Curriculum for Excellence
- Innovative Assessment
- Experiential Learning
For details of the sessions and to book, visit the course bookings page.
For enquiries, please email the Education Enhancement team.
Dealing with both preparation and performance, this workshop explores ways to minimise stress and successfully negotiate the exam process
Opportunity to Join the futureSME VIP in Semester 2.
We are looking for 2nd and 3rd year students to get involved in the futureSME Vertically Integrated Project. This VIP builds upon existing research on Small and Medium-sized Enterprise competitiveness to engage with SMEs, deliver business diagnostics and develop the ‘toolkit’. The project is hosted in DMEM and we are particularly interested in students from other faculties to broaden the discipline base e.g. Marketing, Management, Management Science, other engineering disciplines.
You would take the course as a 10 credit elective course in second semester and should expect to continue on the project into later years. The VIP concept is described further here.
If you are interested please contact email@example.com