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Student Quality Reviewers wanted: receive £150 stipend

Student Quality Reviewers work with UCL to take an in-depth look at different areas of academic practice, and help to improve them by providing detailed feedback and analysis from a student perspective. Applications for this role are open until July 3.

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Male participants wanted for sleep and memory research study: chance to win up to £140

A Master’s student from UCL Psychology and Language Sciences is recruiting male participants as part of his research project investigating the effect of sleep on memory processes. Specifically, the research project will examine how sleep will interact with rewards and information structure to influence memory performance.

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A student survival guide: advice from UCL academics #3

Meeting deadlines, adjusting to new surroundings, navigating relationships – just some of the challenges that can often make life as a student feel like a bit of a rollercoaster. Check out our third round of advice from UCL academics, based on their own experiences of being a student at university, which could help make the ride a little smoother.

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Virtual Reality: the new cure?

Virtual Reality (VR) has recently been established as a means of propelling gamers into an imaginary environment with realistic imagery and sounds - putting them at the centre of the game. As well as gaming, VR technology is now being used in assisting therapy and recovery of health related complications. Further work could also see VR being used for diagnosis of particular diseases.

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7 questions with Firoza Dodhi

This week, meet Firoza Dodhi, an LLB Laws student set to graduate this July. Firoza shares her ideas around how volunteering can enrich the student experience and explains why she is so inspired by confident women.

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How to make the most of your internship: the dos and don'ts

It’s a feeling so many of us can relate to, we get an incredible opportunity to undertake an internship, most of us go into it without much thought… and only realise what we should have done afterwards!

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Female participants needed for a study on thinking styles and eating disorders

Researchers from the UCL Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology are conducting a study to explore the thinking styles in women who have recovered from anorexia nervosa compared to women who have never had any eating disorder. The study is open to female participants between the ages of 18-65 who have either no history of a previous eating disorder, or who have a past history of Anorexia Nervosa.

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