International Women's Day is a global day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. CareerCentral will be celebrating on Thursday 5 March, with #SheCan, a day of inspirational and rewarding workshops to empower students followed by a drinks networking...
As UEA’s Medical Aspiration outreach programme celebrates its eleventh year in operation, the latest cohort of sixth-form students have spent three days on campus learning how to kick-start their career in medicine.
The Do Something Different (DSD) Festival has just kicked off on campus. It’s a free week-long festival that replaces the normal UEA teaching structure with a schedule of exciting events running from Monday (16 February) through to Sunday (23 February).
The last of the current series of Big Shift Big Days took place on Friday 14 February. A cross-section of staff and students spent an intensive day discussing their visions and ideas for the future of environmental sustainability (within overall sustainability) at the University.
Due to high winds, large parts of the Lasdun Wall (or teaching wall) will be closed to staff, students and visitors except where associated with specific applicant day activities and essential research experiments between Saturday (15 February) at 4pm and Sunday (16 February) at 11am.
Primary school students from four schools across Norfolk experienced a musician’s-eye view of orchestral instruments at UEA, during a private musical performance from the University’s Student Symphony Orchestra this week (Wednesday 12 February).
Last week we told final-year undergraduates about the National Students Survey (NSS). This week it’s all about the surveys for the rest of the undergrads and postgraduate taught students: UKES and PTES.