Events roundup 13-19 March

Here’s a roundup of what’s on this week.

Online Module Registration (OMR) opens for undergraduate students on Wednesday 15 March. Find out more about choosing your modules for next year.

Industrial action reminder: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday are UCU strike days, so your teaching may be affected on these days. The College and Community Life Team are offering drop-in support sessions on these days in Locke Building between 9:00-17:00. How to prepare for a strike day.

Monday: Graduation Message Day, Neurodiversity Café and PG Coffee Morning (Medway)

In your final year? On Monday head to the plaza outside Co-op to write a message about your time at Kent or a thank you message to friends or family. We’ll take a photo of you with your message and these will be displayed at graduation in July.

As part of Neurodiversity Celebration Week, we’re hosting our first Neurodiversity Café. The event is for students and staff who identify as neurodivergent (that is, who have or may have autism, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, ADHD, Tourette’s) to get to know one another and share their experiences of neurodivergence at university.

Over Monday lunchtime we have a PG coffee morning in Rochester building at Medway campus. Come along to meet other PG students, staff from the Graduate and Researcher College and PG Network reps. If you’re an undergrad considering postgrad study, you’re also welcome to come along and find out more about the postgrad experience.

Wednesday: Diamond Orchard planting, Language Taster Sessions and Exam Chambers practice sessions

We managed to plant some trees last week in the snow (!) but need your help to plant more. We’re planting 300 trees in our new Diamond Orchard at Canterbury campus to mark our Diamond Anniversary in 2025. Our new undergraduates will graduate in 2025 when we’re celebrating our Diamond Anniversary! Be part of this legacy.

On Wednesday there are free language taster sessions as part of our Study Plus programme to help you develop new skills. You can try learning languages including Mandarin, Ukrainian and Italian. See all Study Plus sessions.

Student Learning Advisory Service (SLAS) are offering an exam practice session at Medway to help you improve your performance in exams and reduce any feelings of anxiety. There’s no revision and no marking, just an opportunity to practice. See all exams preparation events. 

Friday: Gardening and Exam Essay Writing

Get involved at the Kent Community Oasis Garden, located near Park Wood at our Canterbury campus. Every Wednesday and Friday (10:00-14:00) there are open gardening sessions for students, staff and community members.

Starting to think about your exams? Join SLAS session about essay writing in exams, which includes a live presentation and time for questions.

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