We’ll be hosting a number of events this semester linked to environment, energy and climate change. Our events will start in October 2017.
Over 75 students and staff from across the University took part in our GESA Welcome and Networking Event on 9 October at the ECCI. Director Pete Higgins (pictured) introduced GESA, with contributions from Al Powell (EUSA), Dave Gorman (SRS), Dave Reay (Geosciences) and Elizabeth Bomberg (Politics and IR and GESA Dep Director).
Watch this space for upcoming GESA activities, including our first Masters Reading Group in November!
GESA featured prominently in the successful application for a Partnership Collaboration Award with Sydney University
Several GESA MSc students will be travelling to Boston this October to take part in the Clinton Global Initiative University conference in Boston