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You're all invited to this years SGSU Awards Evening on the 27th June! 
Come along to watch students receive awards for their dedication and commitment to their club/society/the SU.
The evening will begin at 6.30pm in Monckton and will have a variety of performances from the likes of One Dissection, Revue and the winners of this years Face Off - and many more!!
The evening will then be followed by a drinks reception in the boardrooms. 

We look forward to seeing you there!
If you have any queries, please email us at societies@su.sgul.ac.uk.
 

SGUL Winner -- 2014 National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy Competition

We are very pleased to announce that Long Nguyen (an M5Y2 medical student) has won first place in the preclinical category of the National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy Competition, which was held at the University of Southampton last month.

The format was a 70-minute MCQ paper and an 84-item anatomy 'spotter' in the dissection room - and there was tough competition from approx. 100 other students from medical schools across the UK (the winner in the clinical category was a final year student from UCL).

Congratulations to Long (who was awarded his prize by Professor Sir Graham Teasdale, originator of the Glasgow Coma Scale) and also to the six other SGUL students who took part this year.

 

 

 

 

Hello,

 
I use the Direct Payments Scheme to to recruit my own care/support staff.  Having recently worked in a university Students' Union myself, I am aware of just how much this job appeals to students; particularly those with medical training and/or social care experience.  With this in mind, I would like to advertise the positions attached.
 
Please either reply to this email or contact me on 07956107206 if you have any questions or need to negotiate this process with me any further.
 
Kind regards,
 
Sarah Jones Nash
 

Dear George-onians,

All nominations for this year's summer elections are now closed!

You can view the candidates & their manifestos at the following link: http://www.sgsu.org.uk/elections/candidates/9/

Hustings was indeed recorded, but will be uploaded on Monday, so stay tuned for that to see candidates' presentations and responses to people's questions.

 

VOTING WEEK begins Monday 9am ONLINE at the sgsu.org.uk/elections
Voting will also be available 9am-5pm each day in the Henry Gray Room 2nd floor Hunter Wing, in the SU's e-voting booth!

Whether your a joint faculty student, graduating this year, or not even in the country; YOU CAN VOTE!

Last year only 23.6% of you Voted. Avoid elections apathy, and have your voice heard. Whether you know any candidates or not, these people will potentially be representing YOU, so it's important you get to know them and their plans before you VOTE!


Enthusiastically

Mo
 

Perfect week is an opportunity for the hospital to really combat and resolve clinical issues that prevent St. George’s from achieving clinical excellence. Perfect week shall be running between the 2nd of Jul-9th of July. We are recruiting Ward Liaison Officers to observe, help out on the wards, and be our eyes and ears. This is great experience for those want exposure on the wards! You can check out how we did last time via this YouTube link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjBZXmi54dg

All you need to do is fill in the form and hand it in at the drop off box outside M&S, alternatively email your name, email, telephone contact and whether you would like to do a 08:30-15:30 or 15:30-21:30 to Orlagh.flynn@stgeorges.nhs.uk

Form here and here

 
On behalf of The Humanitarian Water & Food Award I would like to extend an invitation to you and your students to attend our Master Class on sustainable business and annual award ceremony. 
 
We are inviting up to 1000 students to attend this year's Water and Food Award that will take place  in Central Hall Westminster on June 18th. 
 
Besides presenting the latest in food security initiatives - our finalists have succeeded in creating  food security under challenging circumstances - students will be invited to interactive dialogue with representatives from corporations and NGOs as well as the finalists.
 
Student attendance (and accompanying teachers) is free.

 

If you could take the time to read the attached invitation and distribute it to the relevant students/classes/courses of study it would be greatly appreciated!

 

I look forward to your response
Best wishes

 

Chris Jones

 

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