Festival of Communities – Saturday 12 - Sunday 13 May
Come and explore living and learning in Tower Hamlets with local community organisations and Queen Mary at the Festival of Communities. The Festival will take place on Saturday 12 May in Stepney Green Park, and on Sunday 13 May at the Queen Mary Mile End campus. This event lets you get hands-on with Queen Mary research and learn about community initiatives, businesses and services based here in east London through over 100 fun activities. There will also be food stalls and live performances. Find out more.
Open invitation to the new look Library User Forum
The next meeting of the Library User Forum will take place on Wednesday 25 April, 2-3.30pm in Mile End Library Learning Café. Everyone is invited to come along and join in the discussion around 'Your ideal space to study'. There will also be coffee, tea and cake for those who attend. There are only 50 places available so find out more and register now.
Participants needed for paid psychology experiment
Prince Kouamelan Kouassi, a postgraduate student in the School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, is inviting you to take part in a cognitive effort study using an electroencephalogram (EEG), which is used to read electrical signals from your brain,
non-invasively. The task involves basic arithmetic and will take between one and a half and three hours to complete (including preparing the EEG cap). If you are interested, please email Prince at email@example.com.
Are you a vaper who also smokes?
The Health and Lifestyle Research Unit at Queen Mary is looking for volunteers to help with a new study. If you use both
e-cigarettes and regular cigarettes, and are willing to help with their research, please call 0207 882 5722, email
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Wolfson Institute website for more information.
Students' Union job opportunities
The Students' Union is currently recruiting for Venues Staff, Venues Kitchen Staff, Student Activators, Baristas, Student Photographers and Student Videographers. All roles are really flexible and ideal for fitting in with university studies. Check them out.