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In conversation with Professor Christopher Jackson (Part of our Black History Month programme)-
Professor Christopher Jackson is an academic, adventurer and the first black scientist to give the prestigious Royal Institute Christmas Lecture. Join him to discover more about his life, work and the barriers that still exist within STEM careers.
Spanish Language Group - International Centre-
Practice your spoken Spanish language skills and meet fellow students!
Applying for the PGDE (Teaching) in Scotland-
This short workshop will consider how to apply to a PGDE in Primary or Secondary teaching in Scotland - what to know, application top tips, and how to think about constructing your personal statement.
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor - Music, Life, Legacy (Part of our Black History Month programme)-
Focusing on the celebrated composer and political activist Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875-1912) this event will consider the lack of diversity in classical music.
Connecting with LinkedIn-
Linkedin 2: Making connections and job searching with LinkedIn
A Discussion: Underrepresentation of Black and Ethnic Minority Women in Scottish Politics (Part of our Black History Month programme)-
Learn more about the impact of the underrepresentation of Black and Ethnic Minority women and discover some of the possible solutions.
Black (Zimbabwean) Literary Imaginaries (Part of our Black History Month programme)-
An online discussion with celebrated Zimbabwean writer Tendai Huchu
Linkedin 1: Getting started with building your professional profile-
Attend this workshop to gain hints and tips which will help you build a LinkedIn profile that stands out from the crowd.
Charles Heddle: An Afro-Scottish trader and the abolition of the slave trade in Sierra Leone (Part of our Black History Month programme)-
This talk will outline the significance of Black history to understanding Scotland today.
Money Advice Scotland: Budgeting Workshop-
Learn more about being smart with your money, and how you can budget better!