oSTEM has something exciting to announce… STEM, LGBTQ & You 2021 is on its way! Put Friday 19 February in the diary and be sure to register!
Plastic- Free UoB have had a fantastic first year and made great stride this autumn term. With a shining new logo and an expanded committee, the team set out to tackle plastic-waste head-on.
Although it has been a tough and challenging year, the Black, Ethnic and Minority Scientists Society have worked hard to plan engaging virtual events and help new support students. Foday Kamara tells us more.
Moving online has not slowed EconSoc down! Their dedicated committee span all aspects of university life and all disciplines. They're working hard to support their members by creating support families and new activities.
It's been an exceptionally busy term and like everyone the Society has had to adapt to the changing environment of COVID-19. They've have moved everything online, had more speakers and collaborated more than ever before!
These past few months have been fantastic for the Investment Society! Starting from zero members in August to now over 470 (with many from EPS), they are one of the largest and most active societies at the University.
MathSoc have worked closely with the School of Maths to help welcome new students into the University and provide more virtual socials, charity and careers events than ever before. Kate Huxtable tells us more.
It has been a challenging year for all of us. However, for the Women in Tech Society it has meant a new beginning as they only formed in April, and it's been quite a journey. Valeria Popescu tells us how they've grown.
This semester has been quite different for oSTEM, as I'm sure it has been for many, but that hasn't slowed them down! Their Chair Claire tells us more.
Running a student led society in a tier 3 lockdown would always be a challenge. However, WISE have powered through to have one of their busiest semesters to date! Ellie Wigg tells us more.