RAMHHE Launched in 2016 by UEL’s own Josephine NawAmaka Bardi, the campaign to Raise Awareness of Mental Health in Higher Education (RAMHHE) focuses on raising awareness of the issues surrounding mental health and aiming to open dialogues between students, staff, mental healthcare providers and lobby university authorities. It’s the UK’s first student-led mental health campaign and is made up of student volunteers.
13:00 - 14:00
Vertigo Ventures Vertigo Ventures (VV) are international impact experts that work with leading research organisations globally to help them identify, capture and report the impact of their research. UEL is subscribed to use their proprietary software VV-Impact, an innovative online impact capture and reporting tool with VV-Impact Metrics, developed over the past decade with close industry input. The software allows for the systematic measurement, analysis and reporting of impact to help you maximise the reach and significance of your research and to help us prepare institutionally for REF2021. (Table will be manned by our REF and Research Impact Oﬃcer – Emma Libonati).
Athena SWAN UEL are signed up to the Athena SWAN charter to encourage and recognise commitment to advancing the careers of women in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM) employment in higher education and research. Our Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Manager Claire Matysova will be available to discuss upcoming events and initiatives.