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Happy EEK Week!

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Happy EEK Week everyone!

Don’t forget that Dr. Katie Edwards will be giving a Hidden Perspectives talk today in the Arts Tower, Lecture Theatre 9, at 1-2pm. Time will be allocated for Q and A. Below are details of other events and talk that will be going on during EEK Week and a link to direct you to further information.

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Link to EEK Week full programme:

E&E “How Can We Save The World” series event here:

EEK Week-End Bar Crawl event here:

All week you will be able to try our cocktails: ‘Green Giant’ and ‘Blue Planet’ in Bar One (2 for #6!), enjoy 10% off at Coffee Revolution when you bring your own mug/flask, and get a discount when you choose veggie food in Interval. And don’t forget to have your say on the Mooncup debate hosted by Women’s Committee on the Union whiteboards!


Monday 18th:
People and Planet: Clothes Swap Shop, The Activities Zone 11-1pm
Speak: Sheffield Food Map hand-outs, SU Foyer 12-1pm
E&E Present (1-2pm AT LT09):
Biblical Studies: How Changed Perspectives Can Change the World (Dr Katie Edwards)
MBB: Can Biofuels from Algae Help Save the World? (Dr Dan Gilmour)
Amnesty and DebateSoc debate, Coffee Revolution 7pm

Tuesday 19th:
Speak: Sheffield Food Map hand-outs, SU Foyer 12-1pm
E&E Present (1-2pm AT LT09)
Computer Science – Biological Modelling and Animal Testing (Dr Dawn Walker)
Physics – Solar Cells (Dr Alastair Buckley)
Stop the Traffik: Pub quiz and fundraising, Interval 7pm
E&E Present (7:15pm Coffee Revolution):
Jack Jackson, MA – International Development
Margi Bryant, PhD – Conservation and Volunteering in sub-Saharan Africa

Wednesday 20th:
STAR: ASSIST Tea Party, The Activities Zone 1-4pm
E&E Presents (1-2pm AT LT09):
BA Geography – Exploring Renewable Options (Dr Matt Watson)
BSc Geography – Why Should We Save Our Rivers? (Dr Helen Moggridge)
VegSoc: Talk on Animal Rights
Engineers Without Borders: 1.4bn reasons film screening AT LT03 6pm
Student Eats: Film screening, University Arms 7pm
E&E Present (7:15pm Coffee Revolution):
Huw Birch – Integrating Renewable Energy into the Grid
Ava Shakleford – Grow Sheffield
Ian Humphrey PhD – Digging for sustainability: alternative food initiatives

Thursday 21st:
Speak: Sheffield Food Map hand-outs, SU Foyer 12-1pm
People and Planet: Workshop & Film, Fossil Free Universities and 350.org AT LT02 5-7pm
Sustrans: 6 places available for a bike maintenance course, 6pm
E&E Present (7:15pm Coffee Revolution):
Alix PolSoc – Climate Change
Rob Masters, PhD – Improving Organic Solar Cells

Friday 22nd:
Speak: Sheffield Food Map hand-outs, SU Foyer 12-1pm
E&E Present (1-2pm AT LT04):
Maths – Environmental Statistics (Professor Paul Blackwell)
Final lecture TBC
Barnardos: Games and Petitions on the concourse, 11-3pm

Saturday 23rd:
EEK Week-End Bar Crawl!

Author: Hidden Perspectives

A research project within the Sheffield Institute for Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies (SIIBS) at The University of Sheffield.

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