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Spotlight on Tessa Trabue

This week the spotlight is on Tessa Trabue, Executive Assistant, UCL Knowledge Lab, UCL Institute of Education.

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UCL Study Abroad Fair (20 October)

This year, the Study Abroad Fair will be held on Friday 20th October 4-6pm. This will provide undergraduate students with an opportunity to find out more about the global mobility options available to them, speak to study abroad students who have recently returned, and learn more about the support they’ll receive while abroad.

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Spotlight on Will Richard

This week the spotlight is on Will Richard, Visitor Services Assistant at the Grant Museum of Zoology and Bloomsbury Festival Coordinator.

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B-MEntor: cross-institutional London-wide mentoring scheme for academic and research staff from Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) backgrounds

Building on previously successful years, UCL is currently recruiting the next cohort of mentees and mentors for B-MEntor, the cross-institutional London-wide mentoring scheme for academic and research staff from Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) backgrounds. It is being run in partnership with Queen Mary University of London, Kings College London and the London School of Economics. It is a well-established programme which was shortlisted for two national awards in 2014: the ENEI Tapping into Talent award and the Race for Opportunity Developing Talent (Progression) Award.

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Spotlight on Mark Hibbett

This week the spotlight is on Mark Hibbett, Senior Database Manager, Cancer Research UK & UCL Cancer Trials Centre.

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Spotlight on Dr Beth Payne

This week the spotlight is on Dr Beth Payne,  Senior Clinical Researcher/Clinical Consultant, UCL Cancer Institute.

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UCL security advice for staff and students: a reminder

In light of the incident at Parson’s Green Tube Station this morning, UCL staff and students are reminded that the current threat level from International Terrorism to the UK is categorised as severe.

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Introducing the UCL Data & Insights Service

The UCL Data & Insight Service will launch in October 2017. The Data & Insight (D&I) Service aims to improve decision-making in support of UCL’s academic mission. It will provide dashboards and visualisations that are up-to-date, intuitive and engaging, to help academic and professional services staff make better evidence-based decisions.

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UCL International Student Orientation Programme (ISOP): Welcoming students in September 2017

Each September and January, UCL Student Support and Wellbeing organise the International Student Orientation Programme (ISOP) to help make students’ transition into life in the UK and studying at UCL as smooth as possible. ISOP is for all non-UK students (including European and other international students) who are starting their studies with us this September. The programme is optional and free of charge. Students choose whether to attend ISOP or not as part of their online pre-enrolment.

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Spotlight on Dr Evangelos Himonides

This week the spotlight is on Dr Evangelos Himonides, Reader in Technology, Education and Music, UCL Institute of Education (IOE).

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UCL Open Day: 9 September

UCL will be hosting an Undergraduate Open Day on Saturday 9 September.

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Players needed for University of London Indoor Football League

The University of London Indoor Football League has been running since the early 1980's and comprises players from UCL, The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, SOAS, Birkbeck and Senate House. The four-a-side games take place on Wednesday lunchtimes in the gym at Student Central on Malet Street.

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UCL Undergraduate Open Day (9 September): staff helpers needed

On Saturday 9 September UCL will be holding a Undergraduate Open Day. The Open Day gives prospective undergraduate students (and their guests) the opportunity to get to know UCL, our campus and help them decide if UCL is the right place for them to study. There will be a range of activities taking place throughout day including academic subject talks, tours, student support services and faculty fairs.

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Understanding the links between bullying and mental health – UCL's Dr Jean-Baptiste Pingault investigates

Looking at a child’s formative years is crucial to tackling mental illness in later life. 75% of mental illness starts before the age of 18, yet it takes on average a decade for young people to get the right support. This delay in effective treatment suggests there is a fundamental gap in our understanding of how mental illness develops and should be treated. A gap that research carried out at UCL is tackling head on.

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