Student sustainability workshops and events
The Physic Garden
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    campus

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    Bike Week events - various locations

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    Refugee Week events - various locations

  • Room 605, Rolle Building

  • Room 406, Babbage Building

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    Rolle Marquee

  • Portland Square Building

  • Devonport Lecture Theatre, Portland Square Building (inaugural lecture - 17:00 start)

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Calling all students!

We have an international reputation for being a leader in the field of sustainability. But we want you to be involved. Watch out for sustainability events around the campus and city.

  • Indulge yourself with cream teas and picnics this month.
  • Local food collection point on Fridays at the University.
  • 'Everyday cycling for everyone' - a cycling talk, cyclist breakfast, Dr Bike sessions, cycle training and a BUG bike ride to Clearbook/Yelverton.

Upskill online with the Accelerate webinars (13-15 June)

  • Bite-sized, interactive web-based seminars.

The Future of HR (16 June)

  • Free mini conference open to all.

Refugee Week 2017 (13-23 June)

  • Come and join us for a wonderful week of events celebrating the contribution of refugees to our society.

Innovation in Pedagogy Cafe - Sustainability Education through games and simulation (28 June)

  • This will be an immersive training opportunity to explore Sustainability Education through the use of simulations and games as an active and participatory teaching and learning approach. 

UK Robotics Week 2017 (29 June)

  • Discover cutting-edge robotics research taking place at the University.

The science of big boulders (30 June)

  • Inaugural professorial lecture by Anne Mather.

Sustainable Earth 2017 (29-30 June)

  • A global forum for connecting research with action.

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