• Masters News

    Published: Friday, 11 November 2016

    Student Representatives...

    Student Representatives

    The following are the student representatives for our masters programmes.  If there is something you would like to bring to the attention of the school, please consider speaking to one of your representatives about it.  We have so far had one meeting, from which there are a range of actions, and we will have further meetings throughout the year. 

    MSc in Advanced Computer Science: Chatzikyriakou Kyriakos
    MSc in Advanced Computer Science: Ali Syed Abdullah
    MSc in Advanced Computer Science: Kynigos Markos
    MSc in Advanced Computer Science: Rafi Naveed
    MSc in Advanced Computer Science: Pieris Kyriakos
    MSc in Advanced Computer Science: Wan Kunxin
    MSc in Advanced Computer Science & IT Management: Kun Ju
    MSc in Advanced Computer Science & IT Management: Qiuyu Li
    Modular MSc in Advanced Computer Science & IT Management: Hanady Ahmed
    Modular MSc in Advanced Computer Science & IT Management: Jon Halliday
    Modular MSc in Advanced Computer Science: Pejman Saeghe

    Meet the Professionals

    The Careers Service and the Alumni Relations team are running a Meet the Professionals event next Tues 15 Nov 17:00–19:30, in Collab 1 in the Kilburn Building. You can meet University of Manchester alumni who are now working in the area of IT and/or Computing.  It will be held in a speed networking format, with groups of students meeting a different alumnus/alumna every 10 minutes. The formal networking lasts an hour and then you'll be able to network more informally with the alumni volunteers over pizza and soft drinks. Advance registration required.

    Making a Difference Fair and First Aid CPR Training

    Come along to a First Aid CPR session or the Making a Difference Fair on Tuesday 29th November to join in the activities for the third #GivingTuesday, a national day of giving, encouraging people to consider giving time, money or support to a worthwhile cause at a time of year when society in the UK tends to become consumed with parties, looking good and buying material things for people who often already have a lot.

    The Making a Difference Fair, showcasing a variety of organisations where you can volunteer, in the Renold Building Concourse between 11.30am and 2pm, or pop along to a CPR session in your lunchbreak (between 12-2) in the Barnes Wallis Building to learn some lifesaving first aid skills.

    Some of the organisations represented are:
    Green Impact – NUS Scheme to encourage environmental sustainability
    SPORT –many opportunities need no sporting skill or experience
    Students Union Access All Areas and RAG
    Kaya Volunteering – International Volunteering opportunities
    Wood Street Mission (local charity supporting families)
    UMBUG (University Bicycle User Group)

    Students and staff from the whole University are welcome to attend and if you speak to any of the providers and complete the evaluation you could even win a £50 High Street Gift Voucher.

    Follow #GivingTuesdayUoM to see other people’s giving stories from across the University about how they Make a Difference.

    Tuesday 29th November (#GivingTuesday)
    Renold Building Concourse  11.30am – 2pm – Making a Difference Fair
    Barnes Wallis Building Hub – 12noon -2pm  (running every 30mins on the half hour)– First Aid CPR Sessions

    Girl Geeks

    Practically everyone uses Wikipedia – but have you ever tried adding to it? Women are sorely under-represented in editing and contributing to Wikipedia articles, and Manchester Girl Geeks aim to shift the balance with their Voting For Change edit-a-thon. They're teaming up with the People's History Museum and the Working Class Movement Library to acquire material related to the fight for the vote, and then share this knowledge on Wikipedia. Helpers from Wikimedia UK and Manchester Girl Geeks will be on hand to help you learn and develop editing skills. Free event this Sunday 20 Nov.

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