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As part of our user research in the discovery phase we interviewed University staff about their experiences of providing services to prospective students. Our goal was to uncover insight relating to staff experiences to see how it fits in with other areas of discovery work we’re doing. Jan 15, 2020
“For my master’s dissertation, I was beyond excited to get involved in a real-life health economics project at the Edinburgh Clinical Trials Unit” Population aging is a worldwide phenomenon, projecting a rise in the number of persons aged over 60 from approximately 810 million currently, to 2 billion by 2050 (O’Brien, 2013). The observed rise […]
Jonathan Gibbs – Two exhibitions ECA & Open Eye Gallery – January 2020 https://www.eca.ed.ac.uk/event/illustrations-jonathan-gibbs https://www.openeyegallery.co.uk/artists/jonathan-gibbs http://www.jonathangibbs.com/ Jan 26, 2020
We have 4 fantastic Staff Pride Network events lined up for LGBT+ History Month 2020 in February.  Please share with your colleagues/friends and retweet/share via social media:   School LGBTQ+ Diversity Since Section 28/Clause 2a https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/school-lgbtq-diversity-since-section-28clause-2a-tickets-90635875343?aff=ebdssbdestsearch  ‘Coming In’: Share a piece of your LGBT+ History https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/coming-in-share-a-piece-of-your-lgbt-history-tickets-91064318829 We Are Human: Personal Stories of LGBTQ+ Identities and […]
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As the new Wikimedia Women in Red Intern at the University of Edinburgh, my role is to encourage the editing and creation of new content around women on Wikipedia. Through a series of monthly workshops, we aim to bring inspiring female role models to prominence and combat the erasure of women’s achievements from history. Throughout […]
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