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18 October 2021
Get to know...the Welcome to Royal Holloway app
Dr Paula Koelemeijer awarded a Philip Leverhulme Prize
External Engagement Showcase and Forum: Climate Change
15 October 2021
Informal Modern Greek Language Beginners' Course at The Hellenic Institute
COP26 Forum: Making our lives and local area more climate-friendly
Staff parking on Visit Experience days this weekend
14 October 2021
Notice of Elections to the Academic Board
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19 October 2021
20 October 2021
The Advance Prog: Now you have your award: The Basics
Diversifying Power: Why we need Antiracist, Feminist Leadership on Climate and Energy
21 October 2021
An Audience with Baroness Doreen Lawrence OBE
Yoga and Relaxation sessions
26 October 2021
Introduction to Impact and Knowledge Exchange
27 October 2021
Effective Engagement with Stakeholders
Wednesday 20 October 2021 at 4pm
Location: Microsoft Teams
Introduced by Professor Klaus Dodds, Department of Geography.
Jennie C. Stephens, PhD, is the Director of the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs and the Dean’s Professor of Sustainability Science & Policy at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. She is also the Director for Strategic Research Collaborations at Northeastern University’s Global Resilience Institute, and is affiliated with the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program, the department of Civil & Environmental Engineering and the department of Cultures, Societies & Global Studies.
Her research, teaching and community engagement focus on integrating social justice, feminist and anti-racist perspectives into climate and energy resilience, social and political aspects of the renewable energy transition, reducing reliance on fossil fuels, gender in energy and climate and climate and energy justice.
For more information please contact Josephine.carr AT rhul.ac.uk
This event is organised by the Gender Institute at Royal Holloway.
Staff and students are invited to join the Royal Holloway Black and Global Majority Staff Network as we chat with anti-racism campaigner, education advocate and Labour Peer Baroness Doreen Lawrence OBE. We’ll discuss her thoughts on racism, talk about her charity The Stephen Lawrence Day Foundation, and explore her hopes for the future. Guests will also have the opportunity to ask questions.
Thursday 21 October 2021, 1-2pm
The event will be hosted on MS Teams.
To join 'An Audience with Baroness Doreen Lawrence OBE' please click here
This is a free of charge traditional 60 minute mixed ability classical yoga class for all ages and physical abilities (adaptations can be made as required)
Please bring: a yoga/exercise mat and blanket
Please wear: any loose, comfortable clothing and warm socks for relaxation.
The session will be socially distanced, so people need to express their interest in advance for each session. Please email Moya atmoya.watson AT rhul.ac.uk
Yoga Nidra is a traditional guided meditation and relaxation practice which has been found to reduce tension & anxiety and improve sleep.
This is a free of charge 45 minute session open to all ages and physical abilities and no experience is necessary.
Please bring: a yoga/exercise mat, blanket and pillow.
Please wear: any loose, comfortable clothing and warm socks.
Remember not to be late: There is no entry after the session has started to preserve the experience for the group as a whole.
The session will be socially distanced, so people need to express their interest in advance for the session. Please email Moya atmoya.watson AT rhul.ac.uk
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