History Society talk – “The non-celebrity historian and the media”

This evening (Tuesday 30th January) Dr Timothy Bowman will be giving a talk to the UKC History Society on ‘The non- celebrity historian and the media: some personal reflections.’

Dr Bowman has been involved in various projects projects with television and radio as a consultant and advisor, and was the lead academic advisor for the ‘WW1 at Home’ series. If you are considering a career in the media, or would like to hear Dr Bowman’s thoughts on working with the media as a historian, head along to Grimond Lecture Theatre 2 at 7pm.

See the HistSoc event page for more information.

Paid role (PG students only) – Academic Ambassadors

If you are an undergraduate student interested in working as an ambassador for the School of History and/or the University, please see here.

The Partnership Development Office are looking for postgraduate students who are interested in becoming postgraduate ambassadors to work with young people from the University´s local partner schools and colleges.

Postgraduate ambassadors are employed by their Academic School to develop and deliver sessions in local secondary schools or on campus. Some of these sessions are aimed at inspiring and encouraging young people to consider studying humanities and arts subjects at University and others are designed to help raise attainment in schools.

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