UEA in the City
Thursday 25th June 10:30 - 19:30
Join UEA students at the Forum to learn about their research projects, covering a huge range of subjects, from superheroines to solar-powered bacteria.
10.30am – 4pm (drop in) | Poster exhibition | The Atrium
Students will present their research through visually engaging posters and be on hand to explain their projects. You will have the chance to vote for your favourite
1 – 5pm (drop in) | Presentations | The Curve
Students have six minutes and 20 slides to explain their research in a way that anyone can understand. Learn something new about cutting-edge research through these dynamic presentations
6pm | Public talk | The Curve
UEA Masters student, Amara Bangura, is a BBC radio journalist from Sierra Leone. Amara will talk about what happened to him during the civil war, about reporting on the current Ebola crisis, and how he hopes to use the skills and knowledge he has acquired at UEA to help rebuild his country
The whole day is free to attend and open to all. Registration is essential for the evening talk – please email, call or book online.
Telephone: 01603 592130