This Week at Loughborough | 10 May
Module Choice Event
10 – 21 May, Online
The Module Choice Website gives current students the opportunity to take part in a live web chats and find out more information about your module options. Click here to access the website.
Happy Mondays: Sew/Glow (textiles and electronics)
10 May, 7pm, Online
Student Tanya Fish will introduce you to electronic textiles. You’ll get to explore how lights and sensors are used in costuming, and make your own electronic accessory to keep. No experience necessary. Find out more information on the events page.
Finalists First: Finding a Job (including Q&A)
11 May, 6 – 7pm, Online
Hear about researching your options and where to look for vacancies. Find out more information on the events page.
Finalists First: Social Media for Jobs and Opportunities (including Q&A)
12 May, 12 – 1pm, Online
Learn how to make the most of your social media presence. Find out more on the events page.
Anarchism Research Group Seminar: Lidia Iazzolino – The Egoism of Dora Marsden
12 May, 2-3pm, Online
Lidia Iazzolino is a PhD candidate at Anglia Ruskin University. Her research focuses on the development of philosophical egoism in Britain between 1894 and 1914. Find out more information on the events page.
Reimagined Democracy in Times of Pandemic
12 May, 2.30-3.30pm, Online
Instead of observing or predicting actual changes in our democratic makeup, Kalypso Nicolaïdis will ask a different question: How is the pandemic affecting our democratic imagination? Find out more on the events page.
Covid, Communication and Culture: Research Insights and Policy Solutions
12 May, 2-5.30pm, Online
The Centre for Research in Communication and Culture is pleased to announce a research event to discuss innovative work that helps understand how different aspects of the Covid-19 pandemic are affecting and being affected by various facets of communication and culture. Our research also makes a distinctive contribution to identifying policy solutions required to address the challenges brought about by the pandemic.
The event is organised in three sessions focused on the goals of Understanding, Protecting and Adapting to the pandemic and post-pandemic reality. Find out more on the events page.
Mock Assessment Centre
13 May, 6-8pm, Online
Delivered by the Careers Network and staff from Druck, you’ll hear first-hand what to expect and learn how to prepare effectively, so join online and gain as much practice as you can before your first real assessment centre. Find out more on the events page.
Mental Health Awareness Week
Campus Poetry Walk
Launches 10 May
We’ve commissioned 10 Loughborough University students to write a poem inspired by a location on our East Midlands campus. These poems form a special audio poetry walk which launches on Monday 10 May 2021.
Mental Health Awareness Week: Bluebell Walk in Burleigh Wood
11 May, 12pm
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, we are holding a guided Bluebell Walk around Burleigh Wood.
Outdoor Yoga: Mental Health Awareness Week
11 and 12 May, 12.30-1.30pm
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, join us for an outdoor yoga session and connect with nature. Suitable for all abilities.
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