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Dr Shashi Tharoor - Looking Back at the British Raj in India

Dr Shashi Tharoor - Looking Back at the British Raj in India

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Careers Service - How We Work With You - Jennifer Steven

Careers Service offer a wide range of support and services to help you prepare your CV and interview skills plus a range of other services that will help put you at the top of the short-list.

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Advice For Parents And Supporters - Lesley Ross

Lesley Ross provides some hints and tips for parents and supporters of offer holders in 2019.

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Why we still need to talk about diversity in Physics - Dr. Jess Wade

Dr. Jess Wade is a physicist who, alongside being a postdoc researcher at Imperial College London in plastic electronics, campaigns tirelessly to increase diversity in physics. One of Nature's…

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Annual Report and Accounts 2017/18

This short video highlights some of the progress made at the University of Edinburgh in 2017/18. Phil McNaulll, Director of Finance, talks about the City Region Deal, our surplus for reinvestment,…

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Employ.ed for PhDs Case Study - Zoe Stephens

Employ.ed for PhDs Case Study - Zoe Stephens, Change Management Advisor, Estates

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Employ.ed for PhDs Case Study - Emma Waterson

Employ.ed for PhDs Case Study - Emma Waterson, PhD Intern

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Dr Torgny Roxå

Strong and weak ties – changing teaching cultures in higher education in programme Torgny Roxå Lund University, Sweden Learning & Teaching Conference 2018

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What impact did the intern have

Employers of students on the Employ.ed on Campus, Employ.ed in an SME and Employ.ed for PhDs internship programmes give their impression of the impact made by interns on their teams.…

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We asked students to tell us about their internship experience

Students tell us about their reasons for applying for internships through the Employ.ed on Campus, Employ.ed in an SME and Employ.ed for PhDs pr0grammes. …

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An Instructor's guide to Media Hopper Replay: Live streaming your lecture

This short tutorial video shows you how use perform a live stream of your lecture using Media Hopper Replay. You can view Media Hopper Replay Instructor guidance at: http://edin.ac/2hMqmYV Licence…

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The benefits of lecture recording - An interview with Dr. Steve Loughnan

Dr. Steve Loughnan, a lecturer in Experimental Social Psychology, discusses the benefits of lecture recording at The University of Edinburgh. For more information on the Lecture Recording Programme,…

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