In cooperation with Alumni Relations a series of online activities will be planned to celebrate our European connections as part of Europe Day. Professor Claire Wallace, from the School of Social Science, will be leading a discussion on examining Europe’s response to the coronavirus pandemic and the future of the European Union (please see the itinerary below).
Beginning on May 9 and ending on May 16 we will be sharing stories from our European alumni community on the alumni relations twitter and Facebook pages and we will be hosting our first online event (more booking details below).
During this uncertain time, the impact of working together and supporting one another cannot be underestimated and we are so proud of our Aberdeen family for all that you are doing!
We hope that you enjoy this celebration and thank you for all of your support!
Saturday 9 May
On Saturday 9 May (Europe Day) we're going to be launching a virtual 'walk' across Europe and we'd love for you to get involved! Help us travel across the continent by sharing photos of a favourite spot or location in Europe along with a message or a favourite memory by email to email@example.com by Friday 8 May. We'd love to feature every country!
Thursday 14 May
Join us for ‘In Conversation with Professor Claire Wallace - Europe and the Coronavirus Crisis' in which Professor Wallace, Chair of Sociology, will lead a discussion examining Europe’s response to the coronavirus pandemic and the future of the European Union. The session is taking place on Thursday 14 May from 4pm – 5pm (BST). For more information and to book your place please click here.
Tuesday 19 May
Best known as the founder of Beast Gear, Ben Leonard grew an international 7-figure business and successfully exited after 3 years. Professor Ignacio Canales, Professor of Management, will host a discussion with Ben, 'Ben Leonard - Are Entrepreneurs Born or Made?', on Tuesday 19 May from 2pm – 3pm (BST). Please click here to read more and book your place.