Janet and I are sad when the MSc students have received their results and are saying au revoir. Some of them converted to part time because of Covid, but here’s what some of those who stayed to the end had to say:
“As a mature student, returning to study after such a long time away felt like a huge leap into the unknown, but it has been a fantastic experience and transformative in many ways. So thank you!” – Ray
“You were helpful and compassionate – and not crap!” that was apparently a reference to previous experience, not being damned with faint praise. He qualified with “you were fantastic” – Anon please
“It has been a wonderful masters and I feel I have learned the skills and gained the knowledge in biodiversity conservation to a high standard, it has been so much fun and at last I am confident in statistical analysis thanks to you! The modules have been brilliant, your guidance in professionalism such as report writing and potential career paths has been fantastic. It’s been a fab year, I’ve loved it! – Theo
Jake (email@example.com) was telling me today about this society our undergrads have set up. Looks like fun – if I were 35 years younger! I’m sure Jake would love to hear from you if you are joining us next year and would welcome your ideas
Brief Description of Society Activities EVEA is an abbreviation of both environmental and earth sciences which we noticed didn’t have their own subject society. This society aims to provide a link between all the years studying this subject and provide a way for us to socialise together. We combined the subjects as we found we shared similar modules and therefore spend a lot of time together in lectures. One main issue we noticed is that there is no link for first years to other years. Once set up we aim to have a tutoring system in place for all academic years to enjoy. There will also be the potential for a Ball at the end of the year.