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30 January 2015: Student entrepreneurs create Houndly: the UCL event app

Have you ever missed a lecture, workshop or seminar you really wanted to attend? Perhaps you’ve been wandering around UCL glued to your phone, desperately trying to google the location of an event. If so, a group of UCL students have created Houndly – an events app that could mean you never have to miss another event on campus. More...

30 January 2015: Seven questions with Mitesh Vagadia

This week we put seven questions to Mitesh Vagadia, Student Funding Welfare Coordinator.  More...

23 January 2015: Provost's Perspective: Welcome back to spring term 2015

A warm welcome to all students at the beginning of this spring term. I wrote last week about events in Paris, France, but repeat here my sadness and offer UCL’s sympathy and condolences to all the families who suffered as a result of the massacres of people at the Charlie Hedbo office and at the Jewish supermarket in Porte de Vincennes.  More...

23 January 2015: Study seeking volunteers with Asperger syndrome or high-functioning autism

Researchers from UCL's Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology are seeking volunteers with Asperger syndrome or high-functioning autism.  More...

23 January 2015: Seven questions with... Brendan Dunlop

This week, we put seven questions to Brendan Dunlop, third year undergraduate, BSc Psychology & Language Sciences. More...

16 January 2015: Calling all final year undergraduates: share your feedback on your time at UCL

The Office of Vice Provost for Education is reminding final year undergraduates that the National Student Survey (NSS) will close on April 30 and is encouraging you to complete the survey and share your feedback on your time at UCL.
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16 January 2015: Seven questions with... Giuliamonica Leonardi

This week we put seven questions to Giuliamonica Leonardi, MRes, Organic Chemistry. More...

16 January 2015: Participants needed for a study on sensory information and motor functions

The aim of this research is to understand how sensory information received by the brain may be used to control our motor functions. To do this we will ask you sit comfortably in a chair and we will apply different forms of sensory stimulation to your fingers or wrist. More...

8 January 2015: Pick up your copy of Brain Food

Brain Food is UCL’s booklet of public events – many of which are free to attend. In it you’ll find all the details you need including speaker information, time, location and directions. More...

8 January 2015: Shape the future of UCL Grand Challenges

Students and staff are invited to share their insights into and experience of UCL Grand Challenges over the last five years, and help to shape its future direction.  More...

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