Thursday 3 February at 6.00 pm to 7.00 pm, Peter Richards Rm
Hughes Hall attracts a dynamic, vibrant, international body of students who are passionate about their studies and research. As they progress through their studies, and launch their own careers, we are proud of the fact that many will make positive differences to the world.
Our Bridge Initiative also aims to make a difference – by leveraging the College’s multi-disciplinary perspective, international nature and external focus to bring the research and expertise of its academic community to solve real world problems. It aims to take innovative ideas wherever they come from and help find a way of translating these so that they have direct impact on our society – locally, nationally and globally.
This is your chance to come and find out what the Bridge Centres are all about.
- Drop in and meet the Bridge Centre key players and find out about our current projects, and how our work might have relevance to your interests and provide new perspectives on your studies or research.
- We also want to hear from you: share your views on the issues we’re tackling, and give us ideas for where our work could progress further.
- Projects span Climate Change, Digital Innovation, Education and Leadership Development – so whatever your discipline, there is something of interest.
Who will be there?
- Cambridge Digital Innovation
improving lives and health care through collaborative innovation and knowledge transfer
- Centre for Climate Engagement
encouraging academic excellence in climate law, governance and organisational change
- Cambridge Teacher Research Exchange CamTREE
creating a global platform for educators around the world who wish to reflect on their practice and conduct research on improving learning in their classrooms and institutions.
- Digital Education Futures Initiative
working with partners in industry, policy and practice to explore the field of possibilities that digital technology opens up for education.
- Oracy Cambridge
Raising awareness of the importance of effective spoken communication, and ways that it can be taught and learned, amongst policy makers and practitioners, within the UK and internationally.
- Impact Leadership Programmeproviding transferable skills and experiences to complement academic research training.
Please register using the Eventbrite link: click here
Open to Hughes Hall college member. Drinks and nibbles will be provided.