UCL Faculty of Arts & Humanities


Launch of the Eclectic Resilience Hub

13 December 2023, 1:00 pm–5:00 pm

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Our Eclectic Resilience Hub provides a new lens through which to view resilience and wellbeing. Join us for our launch event!

Event Information

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Dr Wendy Sims-Schouten


Gideon Schrier Lecture Theatre
UCL Bentham House, 124
4-8 Endsleigh Gardens

The Arts and Sciences department at UCL are excited to invite you to our launch event!

Located at the intersection of the arts, humanities and sciences our ‘Eclectic Resilience’ Hub provides a new lens through which to view resilience and wellbeing, through coproduction with students, staff and the wider community, centralising personal experiences.

Working collaboratively with students and colleagues, the event will showcase the projects and related impact, most notably when it comes to developing inclusive and interdisciplinary grounded resources for enhancing wellbeing and EDI practices. Using the umbrella term ‘Eclectic Resilience’, we aim in the medium term to create a hub as a home for our uniquely interdisciplinary research and teaching enhancement projects putting human resilience and wellbeing at the core.


13.00-13.15 Welcome!

13.15-14.00 - “Resilience of the Forgotten Generation”, Donald Campbell, founder of The Forgotten Generations (TFG) will reflect on voices and historical facts of information and achievements made by African and Caribbean people

14.00-15.00 – Wellbeing, Equality and Diversity, projects by colleagues in the Arts and Sciences department, UCL and beyond

15.00-15.30 – Break

15.30 – 16.15 – ‘Alumni Experiences: Wellbeing and Resilience after UCL’ Alumni Talk Show

16.20-17.00 – ‘Ableism in Academia’: Theory and Practice

Tea, coffee and snacks will be provided.

This event is supported by an Education Enhancement Grant from the Centre for Humanities Education. The Centre for Humanities Education is funded by generous support from the Lord Randolph Quirk Endowment Fund at UCL.

About the Speaker

Donald Campbell, founder of The Forgotten Generations (TFG)