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Workplaces failing to tackle 'always on' culture
New research from the Department of Organizational Psychology’s Dr Almuth McDowall found that unlike other countries, the UK has made little progress in helping staff switch off outside of work hours – to the detriment of workers' wellbeing.
In Pursuit of Love
The Peltz Gallery celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality with an exhibition of artist Sunil Gupta’s iconic images of gay love and desire.
Scholarships awarded to five exceptional Arts students
The Daniel and Elizabeth Peltz Awards, each worth £6000, have been granted to five students from the School of Arts based on their outstanding academic or professional records.
Study UK: Discover You! Work and Study (Online)
No booking required
Sunil Gupta: In Pursuit of Love - private view and reception
Peltz Gallery, 43 Gordon Square
Free entry; booking recommended
Bridges to Birkbeck: HEIS Application Workshop (Tottenham)
639 Enterprise Centre, 639 High Road, London, N17 8AA
Free entry; booking required
The post-storm city
Dr Anna Hartnell comments on the very different depictions of Hurricanes Harvey and Katrina and how in both disasters, it has been the poorest who are hardest hit.
The Seasons in Quincy UK release
The Seasons in Quincy, the first feature-length documentary to be produced by the Derek Jarman Lab, Birkbeck’s audiovisual hub, has been released in the UK and Ireland.