College Events – 09-02-2021 to 17-02-2021


Dear all

This weekly email draws attention to college events and activities over the next couple of weeks.


Virtual Library Study Sessions
February 9 @ 4:00 – 5:15 pm and weekly until March 18
Want a change from studying on your own? Boost your motivation by joining one of our virtual library study sessions, every Tuesday during Lent Term,  at 4.00 pm. Open to all Hughes Hall students at all stages of their studies. Find out more »


February: Celebrating LGBTQ+ History Month

Hughes Hall joins institutions across Cambridge to help promote inclusion, visibility and equality (and fly flags) for the LGBTQ+ community. There will be more information about the initiative as we firm up College and MCR Committee plans for celebrating the history, lives and experiences of the community. Find out more »

 

Online Workshop: Managing your Time Effective
February 11 @ 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm
What do you find most challenging about managing your time? What is effective time management? Would you like a chance to reflect on your time management style and explore which techniques and tools work best for you? Hughes Hall Library is running two online academic skills workshops in February for Hughes Hall undergraduates. Find out more »

Addressing Addenbrooke’s critical challenges: two perspectives, one goal

February 17 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

In a highly topical conversation, senior members Ajith Parlikad and Nyarie Sitholde share insights into the vital work they are doing to improve patient outcomes at Addenbrookes Hospital. Ajith has been working on patient flow modelling to help predict and manage demand for hospital resources. Nyarie’s work has focussed on improving patient outcomes, including predicting those patients likely to require support in ICU. Find out more »

Conversational language cafés

Finally – last chance to register your interest – we would like to offer a new informal opportunity for college members to connect with each other, wherever you are in the world. Our weekly lunchtime conversational language cafés will provide a fun and supportive environment in which to learn or improve a language.  These 30 minutes cafés will include English conversation sessions – of particular interest to those of you who had hoped to improve your conversational English whilst in Cambridge, but who now find yourselves residing away. With our diverse community, we should be able to offer a range of languages, but we need hosts! If you feel able to help, or are interested in hearing more, please click here to fill out the google form.

 

Keep in touch

 

Best wishes
Alison Nicholson