Students, staff and sixth formers in a packed lecture theatre listened in awe as Mindu Hornick spoke about her traumatic experiences in Auschwitz, as part of the University’s Holocaust Memorial event. Having already been forcibly removed from her home, and seen her father sent off to dig trenches for the Germans, Mindu was sent to … Continue reading The POWER of WORDS
Have you heard about the “Ask for Angela” campaign? Lucy Sandwell, the Student Community Wellbeing Service Manager, in collaboration with Worcester City Council and Night Safe, has launched the Ask for Angela campaign in venues in Worcester City Centre and the SU’s Hangar, as part of the Safer Worcester Partnership. The Ask for Angela campaign … Continue reading “Ask for Angela” Campaign
The University displayed a Christmas tree in the Cathedral cloisters, as part of the Christmas Tree Festival. The tree was decorated by students with the theme, ‘Peace of Mind’ which was initiated by the Student Wellbeing Champions as part of the University’s Health & Wellbeing activities. The origami doves carry messages of hope and reflection … Continue reading ‘Peace of Mind’ Christmas Tree
As you celebrate graduation with your graduates and their families, are you aware of the jobs they are going in to? How can we continue to enjoy one of the highest rises in graduate employability in England?
Insights into the work of one of the University's Counsellors.
From Study Skills workshops to firstpoint queries, Access to Learning fund applications to Graduate Employability success, Student Services Year in Numbers is a snapshot of the work we do.