Nominations for Student Enterprise Awards open
Presented across three awards, the Student Enterprise Category of the Engagement and Enterprise Awards recognises the entrepreneurial achievements and innovation of students and recent graduates. The deadline for nominations is Monday 10 December. Nominate now.
This Girl Can Week
This Girl Can is a nationwide campaign to get women and girls moving, regardless of ability. This week, the Students’ Union is putting women in the limelight for a dedicated This Girl Can Week with a fantastic timetable of events!
Vintage clothes swap
The Queen Mary Fashion Society and Students’ Union Sustainability Officer Josie Holden are organising a clothes swap event tomorrow, Wednesday 21 November in Blomeley Rooms 1 and 2 of the Students’ Union Hub, Mile End campus. Donate clothes for tokens or buy tokens on the door to spend on other items and help protect the environment!
Taming corruption: the way forward for African Economic Development
Mr Ibrahim Magu, West Africa Anti-corruption Chairman and Chairman of the Nigeria Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, will be joining the School of Business and Management’s Centre for African Research this Friday, 23 November to deliver a lecture as part of a continuation of Black History Month on this topic.
London Bound events season, part of Being Human
Being Human, a national festival promoting public engagement with humanities research, runs until this Saturday, 24 November. Learn about the housing cooperative, one of the best-kept secrets of social housing in London, or join Queen Mary researchers and historians at the Ragged School Museum to learn how charities in Victorian London offered hope and opportunity to Victorian children.
Scholarships for summer school in Brazil
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais in Brazil are offering one scholarship and one partial scholarship to two Queen Mary students to participate on their summer school in Brazilian Studies from Monday 15 to Friday 26 July.
Do you have a tattoo that needs fixing?
E4 Tattoo Fixers is casting for a brand new series and are looking for the country’s most shocking, outrageous and embarrassing tattoos to fix. They would also like to hear from people who have a fun, unique or interesting reason to get a new tattoo. Apply now.