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Last academic year a higher percentage of the students who the Advice Centre supported at University Meetings were from marginalised backgrounds (including Black students). Your Advice Centre is here to support you when times are hard at UEA, we can provide free and independent advice, advocacy and representation at Student Engagement Meetings, Plagiarism and Collusion Meetings, Fitness to Practice meets, Non-academic Disciplinary Meetings and SSDC Hearings. Not matter what the issues, we’re here to support you, empower you and ensure you know your rights at UEA.
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advice(su) is based in the Advice Centre, opposite the Kiosk within the main Union House building. Our opening hours are Monday to Friday, 10am-3pm.
From 17th October, we will be running #Don'tDropOutDropIn sessions on a Tuesday and Thursday from 10am-4pm. Come along to the SU Advice Cetnre in the Hive to speak with an advisor. No need to book an appointment in advance! Alternatively, you can book an appointment by completing our contact form here.
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We are pleased to announce that during October 2022, UEA will be advertising for PhD Student Lead vacancies on their Black Humanities Project. You can find all the details below, as well as the application form if you want to put yourself forward!
Job Role: Student Lead (x2 posts available)
Description: We are looking for two enthusiastic PhD Student Leads that are passionate about widening the participation of ethnically diverse students studying humanities in higher education. As a PhD Student Lead, you would be responsible for supervising a small team of undergraduate Student Coordinators. You would provide them with support and guidance in the research, development, and delivery of engaging and inspiring academic sessions that expose, explore, and empower black humanities to year 9 and 10 students within local schools. We actively encourage applications from people with black and minority ethnic backgrounds.
Application Deadline: Sunday 9th October 2022
Interview Date: Wednesday 12th October 2022
Start Date: Week commencing Monday 17th October 2022
Check out our social media campaign for regular updates throughout Black History Month 2022!