Blogging on – read about UEA’s inspirational stories
Often a crisis can bring out the best in people, both individually and as a collective. You’ll be pleased to hear that the coronavirus outbreak has had exactly that impact on our UEA community – and now there’s a place where you can read all about the inspirational stories arising from our university.
It’s all pulled together in the UEA Community Blog, which launched earlier today (Tuesday 31 March) and will keep you regularly updated with feel-good features driven by students, staff and alumni.
Here you can read about UEA experts sharing useful advice, student initiatives helping to make the best of a bad situation and tips on how you can stay happy, healthy, safe and entertained during the crisis, as well as creativity, compassion and innovation.
You can already read uea(su)’s Welfare, Community and Diversity Officer Amelia Trew’s story on the fantastic work she is doing to raise food bank donations on our campus, with many more similar first-hand accounts of ingenuity in the face of the coronavirus crisis to follow over the next few weeks.
Do you have your own story to share for the blog? Please email email@example.com.