Health and Wellbeing Seminar
20 Apr 2017
How do our buildings and greenspace contribute to our wellbeing and infrastructure resilience?
The next Sustainability Seminar Series topic will be on health, specifically how greenspace can impact wellbeing. This will be led by Dr Jeremy Carter and Kelly Watson, both from the School of Environment, Education and Development.
Where: Alan Turing, room G.205
When: Wednesday 26th April
Time: 12-1:30pm (12-1pm lecture plus informal discussion afterwards)
It is advisable to book tickets as soon as possible as spaces are limited. If you book a space but cannot attend the seminar please email firstname.lastname@example.org to cancel your reservation.
One of the outputs from each seminar will be a list of challenges that we could offer to our undergraduate / postgraduate students and researchers to use as part of their taught course / research. The aim is to create a set of challenges that allow students, staff and researchers to make a positive contribution to the campus and the city during their time at the University.
We welcome attendance from staff and students across the University who wish to learn more about sustainability.
Register through Eventbrite to attend the seminar.
Find out more
- To sign up to one of the seminars of the Sustainability Series, visit: Sustainability Seminar Series