Join us for our Global challenges in a changing world Taster Day event, featuring lectures on geopolitics, glaciers and climate change, Geohumanities and the Aerocene, and climate change.
Full Event Details:
This Taster Day will feature a video competition for students. The competition requires your team to produce a video on the subject of 'How can geography address a major issue facing society?' Schools can submit a maximum of two teams to the competition. Teams can comprise 2-5 students in year 12, and produce a 5 minute video answering this question. Videos should be uploaded to Vimeo by 12 noon on 28 June 2021, and participants should send a link to Dr Bethan Davies (email [email protected]
). Please only include people in your video with their permission.
Below lists the programme of the day, for your reference.
10am Welcome Dr Bethan Davies LIVE
10:30 Geopolitics Dr. Alasdair Pinkerton RECORDED
11:30 Glaciers and Climate Change Dr. Bethan Davies RECORDED
12:00 Introduction to the Taster Day Competition LIVE
12:10 Extended lunch and chance for all participants to view the competition entries
13:30 Royal Holloway virtual tour RECORDED
13:35 Department of Geography LIVE
14:00 Discussion of competition entries and awarding winners
14:30 Climate Change Prof. Ian Candy RECORDED
15:30 GeoHumanties and the Aerocene Dr. Sasha Engelmann RECORDED
16:00 Closing Discussion LIVE
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Individuals (Enquiry not required to be through a school)
This event is delivered online on the following date(s):
2nd July 2021
Minimum number of students: