Forthcoming college events over the next ten days …
Time Wed 6 June, 19.00 – 20.30
Event THEORY OF TEACHING THINKING: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES BOOK LAUNCH
Details Cambridge Educational Dialogue Research Group (CEDiR) book launch at which the editors Laura Kerslake and Rupert Wegerif (both Hughes Hall) will speak about how theories of teaching thinking have translated into innovative practices in the classroom. Organised in collaboration with The Bridge.
Further info All welcome. Drinks and light refreshments provided. More info/to book click here.
Time Mon 11 June, 17.45 – 19.00
Event RARE ELEMENTS, UNTRACEABLE TOXINS: WHERE IS TODAY’S RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY?
Details Demetrius Floudas, Hughes Hall Associate, gives an insight into this topical issue, deconstructing some of the facts behind the headlines.
Further info All welcome, including non college guests. Drinks to follow. More info/to book click here.
Time Tues 12 June, 18.00 – 20.00
Event THE FUTURE OF MONEY IN A CRYPTO WORLD
Details Mel Ragnauth, Glint Chief Business Development Officer, discusses how cryptocurrency is changing the future of finance.
Further info A Hughes Hall Enterprise Society (HHES) event. Followed by networking session and refreshments. More info/to book click here.
5 June: Formal Hall
8 June: Formal Hall
12 June: Formal Hall
Save the date:
15 June: End of Term Party at the Bumps. More details to follow.
For college activities
– COLLEGE CALENDAR: www.hughes.cam.ac.uk/about-us/college-calendar/
– NEWS & EVENTS: www.hughes.cam.ac.uk/hhevents/list/
– MCR EVENTS: https://mcr.hughes.cam.ac.uk/calendar/