Our Alumni Network
UCL History has an active alumni network which comprises more than 2,400 former students. Each year the department hosts two alumni evenings (also known as 'Lecture Parties'), which provide an opportunity for you to catch up with old friends whilst enjoying a short talk by a member of the department as well as wine and nibbles. Alumni also receive termly e-newsletters summarising relevant events which may be of interest, and key pieces of news. The department is particularly grateful to those alumni who volunteer their time to help us; to Peter Dawe for organising visits and reunions, to Neil Matthews for editing the annual magazine, to those who help provide careers advice to current students, and of course to our generous benefactors whose gifts have helped students of all backgrounds to access both undergraduate and postgraduate education.
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Professor David d'Avray, FBA will give a short talk on the topic of 'Magna Carta: causes and consequences'. This event will be held in the Haldane Room, Wilkins Building.
Starts: Nov 14, 2014 12:00:00 AM
Peter Burley (Ph.D. 1981) has kindly offered a third historical walk. In view of the popularity of the previous walks in St. Albans and last year in the St. Pancras area early booking is advised as places are limited.
The walk will cover the route of the Zeppelin raid on Theatreland which happened on October 13,1915, and will include the story of the raid plus evidence of any remaining damage.
We meet on Saturday, October 10, at 10.45am for a 11am start at the (pseudo) Eleanor Cross in the forecourt of Charing Cross station and finish at the Zeppelin raids memorial in Farringdon Road. The walk including stops will take just under two hours.
There will be a charge of £5 payable on the day-notes please.
To book your place email the Alumni Events Officer Peter Dawe: email@example.com More...
Starts: Feb 23, 2015 12:00:00 AM
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