End of an era at UWS Hamilton Campus last week as the coffee bar shuts its doors for the last time – staff have been saying farewell to a campus institution – but looking forward to serving at the new Lanarkshire campus!
Thanks to Claire Mackie for the pics!
Please note that Moodle will be unavailable on Wednesday 25th April between 2:00 pm-4:00 pm.
This downtime is required for essential maintenance and upgrading of Moodle from version 3.0 to 3.4. Moodle 3.4 has additional features and improved functionality that includes:
- Updates to existing features
- Additional navigation links between resources and activities
- Stealth activities
- Calendar improvements
- Improved module management
- Improved completion status options
- Mobile App links
- Improved analytics
- GDPR Compliance
Note that integrated learning technologies such as Turnitin and Mahara will also be unavailable during this time frame.
The School of Health, Nursing & Midwifery are hosting a Careers Fair on Tuesday 12 June 2018 between 10am and 3pm in the Chancellor’s Hall at Paisley Campus. This Careers Fair is an excellent way to meet prospective employers and gather information on careers and other opportunities and all students from the School are encouraged to attend this event.
Time will be credited for attendance at this event for third year nursing students, with buses also supplied to and from home campus to Paisley Campus for these students.
‘Working in Healthcare’ workshop – Tuesday 8 May 2018.
Edinburgh Napier University, Room 2.D.04 Sighthill Campus, Edinburgh
Healthcare continues to be one of the most politically important yet divisive issues for voters and politicians within the UK. Despite the high levels of support for the NHS, the notion of a universal health care provider is seemingly under constant challenge from internal markets and of commercial providers. Likewise, the retrenchment in public sector spending since the Great Financial Crisis has resulted in real terms spending cuts on the NHS, putting greater levels of pressure on those who work in the NHS. The winter crisis on this year and the junior doctors’ strikes of 2016 have drawn attention to the increased pressures on the NHS’s service provision.
This event aims to bring together academics researching work and employment in the health and social care sectors both to discuss their work, and to provide a place to build a network of researchers interested in working collaboratively in the future.
UWS will be represented by Dr Vanesa Fuertes, Lecturer in Politics.
Please see attached for more details.
Celebrating five years of our Inspiring Women Series.
Join us as we host our annual celebratory day, marking five years of our UWS Inspiring Women series.
This all-day event, open to all staff and students, will give you the opportunity to be inspired as you hear from a number of keynote speakers who come from different backgrounds, each with a unique inspiring journey to share.
We will also be providing an opportunity for you to choose from a number of development workshops that will motivate, stimulate and develop you in areas you would like to focus on. This is your opportunity to come together to develop new approaches, ideas and new networks across UWS.
More details around this event will be published in the coming months. This event is open to all staff and students. If you would like further information – contact Naira Dar – firstname.lastname@example.org.
A flyer is attached.