The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Westminster is relaunching a series of master classes for 2021 and 2022.

The talks are delivered by senior academic staff at the University and are designed as interactive sessions to provide a taster of what it feels like to be a university student in liberal arts and sciences.

The events are free to attend and are open to students in Year 12 and 13 or those on a L3 or Access to HE course.

See below for full details and book here

24th November 2021, 2-3.30pm - in person

Race and Childhood: Understanding the importance of representation presented by Dr Ben Pitcher 

8th December 2021, 12.30-2pm - in person

History, Her-story, Their-story, Your-story presented by Prof Pippa Catterall and Dr Ludivine Broch

19th January 2022, 2-3.30pm - in person

Multicultural London English presented by Dr Kelechukwu Ihemere

2nd February 2022, 2-3.30pm - online

Immune drones against cancer invaders presented by Dr Nina Porakishvili

16th February 2022, 2-30pm - in person

How Literature helps us understand the contemporary world presented by Dr Michelle Geric

2nd March 2022, 2.3.30pm, in person 

Stress: Friend or Foe? (Psychology/ neuroscience) presented by Prof Catherine Loveday

16th March 2022, 2-3.30pm, in person 

How to become a competent intercultural communicator: the relationship between language and culture presented by Dr Federica Mazzara

30th March 2022, 2-3.30pm, in person 

The Humanities and the Fight for Freedom: Identities, Rights, Politics presented by Dr Simon Avery

1st June 2022, 2-3.30pm, in person

What does it mean to be different? (Psychology) presented by Dr Nikolaos Souvlakis

15th June 2022, 2-3.30pm, in person 

“A Reflection on how the pandemic has underlined the ongoing inequality in society” presented by Dr David Khabaz 

15th June 2022 from 14:00 to 15:30

Regent Campus
Regent Street, 309, England W1B 2HW

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