Come along with your questions and to find out more about the Camp Leaders programme – what’s included in the programme, what you’ll receive and how to apply.
This powerful monologue remembers that seminal event from history which changed Rosa Parks’ life and the lives of many others.
Spend an afternoon with IBM to help improve your employability skills and knowledge of their application process.
Sean Beer will be speaking about ‘Why talk about sustainable food production is largely hokum’ followed by a short Q&A session.
‘Why talk about sustainable food production is largely hokum’ will take place in Dylan’s Bar on Tuesday 21 October
Historian Stephen Bourne presents an illustrated talk about his latest book Black Poppies – Britain’s Black Community and the Great War.
BU Marketing Communications lecturer Dr Gabriel talks about her role as Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Black British Academics.
Join Tony Kerins as he talks about his early career, how his work has developed over the years using different techniques and how the materials he uses dictates the look and feel of his work.
Diverse Abilities Plus iare coming to BU to tell you about the different services they provide, the benefits of working with them and their volunteering, internship and placement opportunities.
About the event Following the success of the Time4you Maternity Conference held in Poole in 2013, Time4you 2 continues to focus on care and compassion for and by the whole maternity care team. Time4you 2 is an ‘open to all’ [...]