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Modern Languages Christmas party

Description
December saw the return of the Modern Languages Christmas Party, which was attended by Undergraduates, Postgraduates and staff in the Department as well as Erasmus and International students from across the University.
Date:
08/12/2016

Andrew Mitchell, MP Debates the Syrian Crisis

Description
The Middle East Politics Research Group and POLSIS hosted a talk by Andrew Mitchell, MP, on the Syrian crisis.
Date:
08/12/2016

School Enhancement Fund supports Student attendance at Model UN

Description
The London International MUN HS took place this weekend where 100 high school students engaged in a simulation of the different committees at the UN. Through the different sessions they were able to come up with high-quality resolutions portraying their commitment and developing their diplomatic skills.
Date:
08/12/2016

Aris Yunandar, The 6th Prague Conference on Southeast Asia Studies

Description
With the funding from the POLSIS Student Enhancement funds, Aris Yunandar have traveled to Prague to present his paper in a forum full of scholars in Southeast Asia Studies
Date:
08/12/2016

Why leadership matters

Description
In order to avoid the anxiety of wondering about the 'what ifs' in life, humans have a tendency to think that things will carry on much as they did before. It's what psychologists term 'continuity bias'. However, 2016 is testimony to the fact that this assumption is not always reflective of events. This year, 'change' was the watchword and changes in political leadership characterised 2016.
Date:
08/12/2016

Why leadership matters

Description
In order to avoid the anxiety of wondering about the 'what ifs' in life, humans have a tendency to think that things will carry on much as they did before. It's what psychologists term 'continuity bias'. However, 2016 is testimony to the fact that this assumption is not always reflective of events. This year, 'change' was the watchword and changes in political leadership characterised 2016.
Date:
08/12/2016

'Events at the Lapworth Museum of Geology'

Description
Get yourselves out of the cold and into the warmth to enjoy festive frivolity whilst surrounded by Birmingham's favourite fossils!
Date:
08/12/2016

'Museum Mascot'

Description
The Lapworth Museum of Geology would like to introduce its newest member of staff, created by our talented volunteer Julian! The only problem is we don't have a name for them yet.... Will you help us?
Date:
08/12/2016
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