Heads of University Biosciences (HUBS) is unveiling its 2024 strategy to members of the higher education community and will discuss the future of higher education.
Heads of University Biosciences (HUBS) group
HUBS is open to department heads and subject leads or nominees and focuses on responding to the unique management challenges of biological and life science departments in the UK higher education sector. HUBS acts as a forum for discussing issues facing the provision and funding of research and teaching in the biological sciences, and as a source of informed comment on national and government agendas that affect HE institutions delivering in the biological and life sciences. It provides a network for staff at various stages of their careers to share ideas, best practice and training for the benefit of its member institutions and their students.
HUBS is unveiling its revised 2024 strategy to the Bioscience higher education community along with the benefits that are available to you as a member. The evening will be an opportunity to network with bioscience professionals and will include talks from:
- Stephen Benn, 3rd Viscount Stansgate
- HUBS executives
- Dr Kat Arney, author, science communicator, and founder and Chief Creative Officer of First Create The Media.
The talks will be followed by a canapé reception and networking. This event is being sponsored by LearnSci
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)This event has been approved by the Royal Society of Biology for purposes of CPD and can be counted as 6 CPD points.
If you have received an invitation please register using the link at the top of the page or contact Beth Glynn-Ramsden at firstname.lastname@example.org
or on 020 3930 9927 to RSVP. Registration will close at 23:59 on Sunday 25th February
Instructions to register
Please log into mySociety (if you are not a member of HUBS or RSB, please create a free mySociety account with your name and email address). Then, click "events and conferences" where you will be able to book your place for this free event.
This event is being organised by the Royal Society of Biology for HUBS. For any booking or website queries, please contact Beth Glynn-Ramsden at email@example.com
or on 020 3930 9927.