Find out what’s on this week as we get closer to the end of the Autumn term.
Monday 4 December: Support session, badge and lanyard making and therapy dog (Medway)
Student Support and Wellbeing (SSW) are running a support session for students affected by the recent terrorist attacks in Israel and ongoing war and humanitarian crisis in Gaza. This is a drop-in session taking place from 13:00-14:00 on Monday, upstairs in Locke Building near the Coop, staffed by a mental health adviser and counsellor from SSW. All students are welcome.
Make a decorative badge or a lanyard for Disability History Month at the Venue. This is an artistic outlet to say who you are and wear around whenever you want.
Over lunchtime at Medway, you can meet the Pets as Therapy dog Bailey and friends! Chill out and have some cute cuddles.
Wednesday 6 December: Using AI in your studies and festive events
Do you want to know how you can use Artificial Intelligence (AI) in your studies? This workshop will explore fears, misconceptions and opportunities offered by AI.
And if you want to get in the festive mood, why not head to The Hub for the Winter Wonder Wednesday with a crafts corner, stalls, live music and festive treats!
Or if you’re at Canterbury campus, there’s a special festive Pause for Paws in Nexus with therapy dog Coco. You can also wrap up a book for a stranger or pick a surprise one for yourself.
Thursday 7 December: Self defence class and Cookies and Conversation
On Thursday lunchtime there’s a free self defence class for all students who identify as women and non-binary. The hour-long class is taken by an expert at Kent Sport, who will teach you practical skills to equip yourself and make you feel prepared for any situation.
The library invites you to join their Cookies and Conversation event. Help shape your university experience by giving you feedback about library services while enjoying free cookies and hot drinks.
Friday 8 December: Winter Global Hangout
Come along to the Winter Global Hangout in Colyer-Fergusson Foyer for an afternoon filled with festive cheer, where you can enjoy seasonal free food and drink while getting to know other students. Take part in bauble making, craft tree decorations, write Christmas cards and more. This cosy gathering is a perfect opportunity to meet new friends over the holiday period.
Saturday 9 December: ResLife festive events
Your ResLife Ambassadors are running a range of events on Saturday. You can join a paint and sip in Keynes where you’ll enjoy an afternoon of watercolours and mocktails, a free screening of the Muppets Christmas Carol in the Gulbenkian, and a Christmas quiz following the film. Why not join? Book your place on the Home at Halls app.