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Seven questions with Navya Sharan

This week we talk to second year Psychology student Navya Sharan from India who is about to take part in UCL's Global Citizenship Programme for the second time.

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Users wanted for a new app on location privacy expectations and tracking

TrackingAdvisor is a research study that explores the privacy expectations of individuals when it comes to tracking their location and inferring personal information about them. UCL researchers have developed an app that infers your significant places and information about yourself from the places you visit. 

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UCL Global Experience Bursary – funding for international summer opportunities

As exams come to an end and you start to think about your plans for the long summer ahead, you might like to consider the UCL Study Abroad Global Experience Bursary which offers financial support to non-finalist undergraduate students who wish to undertake relevant short-term international opportunities over the summer break.

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Share your views on the student-staff partnership and enter a prize draw

Are you a current undergraduate or graduate student at UCL? If so, our research team would love to hear about your understandings and experiences of student-faculty academic partnership (e.g., collaborations between students and staff on research, course design, instruction, or other academic endeavours). 

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Seven questions with Enya Gomes Clynch

This week we speak to Enya Gomes Clynch, a second year Biochemical Engineering student. Enya's research on using spent coffee grounds as a renewable energy source earned her the opportunity to present it to policy makers at the Houses of Parliament.

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Yale UCL Poetry Competition announces winners for 2017

The winners of the 2017 Yale UCL Medical and Engineering Students’ Poetry Competition have been announced. There were over 90 entries this year and the judging panel were delighted by the standard of poetry as well as the range of themes written upon.

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Become a UCL Open Day Student Ambassador

Paid positions are available for students from all years and subject areas to work at UCL's upcoming undergraduate Open Days this June.

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Seven questions with Selina Yogeshwar

This week, we meet Selina Yogeshwar, a second year Human Sciences BSc student. Selina is President of the UCL Music Society and talks about her experiences performing with UCOpera.

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Pint of Science Festival (14-16 May)

Pint of Science – a three-day global event – brings some of the most brilliant scientists to your local pub to discuss their latest research and findings. 

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Alumni Advice: How to deal with exam stress

Struggling with the pressure of exams? We reached out to UCL alumni - who know exactly what you’re going through - to get their tips for keeping exam stress at bay. Read on for their sound (and sensible!) advice.

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8 things to avoid while you’re revising

University is rife with stories of exam nightmares, from confiscated novelty socks which started playing Christmas tunes during an exam to friends fainting before your eyes (not something I want to relive or experience again). But before all that comes studying for those very exams, which unfortunately doesn't always go to plan either...

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Participants with Type 2 Diabetes required for study

A team of researchers at UCL want to explore the relationship between healthcare professionals (HCPs) and people living with Type 2 Diabetes. This study aims to understand your views about time spent with HCPs, and in particular general practitioners (GPs), nurses and pharmacists. 

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Seven questions with Francesca Peruzzo

This week we speak to Francesca Peruzzo, an Italian student in the UCL Institute of Education (IOE) who is completing her PhD on disability in higher education and ran a UCL ChangeMakers project in relation to it.

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The UCL Graduation Team needs you!

Graduation is taking place at the Royal Festival Hall this July and September and we have paid roles available for any students interested in helping out on the big day.

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Participants needed for paid study on balance and walking

Sensory information from the eyes and inner ear (vestibular system) are important for maintaining balance as we move. This study will investigate how information from the eyes and balance organs of the inner ear help to coordinate movement when we walk.

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