Our alumni are invited to a number of events throughout the year, from course celebrations and reunions to career fairs and public lectures. Take a look at our upcoming events below and email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on any of our events.
Time: 17:30 - 19:00
Have you been scribbling away during the pandemic? Would you like release from the pressure of exams? Are you fascinated by words and would like a chance to start writing?
If any of these apply to you why not come along to the next Open Spaces creative writing workshop at 5.30pm on Wednesday 26 May and try your hand at poetry with writer and director of the Poetry Shed, Sharon Morris.
We will look at types of poetry and Sharon will set some practical exercises in ways of writing. You are welcome to write in any language and/or bring languages together. Please bring a pencil or a pen and a piece of paper for a workshop aimed at opening up your writing. This is a writing workshop designed to help you to start a piece of creative writing, with suggestions as to how to write into the blank page.
Please note the session will be on Zoom. There will be no requirement to share your writing and no previous experience of poetry necessary. Beginners welcome.
Read more about Open to Write.
The St George's Archives and Special Collections Team invites our alumni, staff and students to put their diagnosis skills to the test.
Guests will be split into groups to diagnose 19th-century patients using the hospital’s post-mortem reports and medical case notes. We hope you will be able to join us for this unique opportunity to delve into the university's Archives and Special Collections. You can register for the event via the link.
Time: 17:30 - 19:00
Angela and Nigel will share stories, film, new technology (x-system) through experimentation, questions and conversations. Together with wellbeing researcher Paras Patel, they have worked on neurophysiological measures of human emotion in music (in particular HRV) and have collaborated in bringing together experiences of dealing with trauma in the health services and in the NGO sector respectively - something of particular importance during the pandemic.
This first of the Open Spaces Open Symposiums is a rare invitation to join them at St George’s for this one off event to hear about the highly successful Connection Through Music events (including working with the Regional Staff Wellbeing Hub, set up to deal with the psychological fallout of the pandemic on staff) and the online Music for Wellbeing playlists. Come along, engage in conversation and ask your questions.
Read more about Music for Well Being
Register via the link
Times to be confirmed
Location of race: SGHBC boathouse - located at University of London Boat Club
Location of dinner: The Lanesborough Hotel
Are you a former member of the St George’s Boat Club? If so, the St George’s Students’ Union boat club is hosting a social event and they would love for you to join them.
The club plans to hold a student vs alumni race, followed by a whole-club dinner, on the afternoon of Saturday 17 July. The dinner will take place at The Lanesborough Hotel, formerly the original St George’s site on Hyde Park Corner, and will be combined with an awards ceremony. Awards will be given out to members of the club for outstanding contribution, and the Dr Eddie Wilson Cup will be awarded during this time to the winners of the alumni vs students race. Please note that plans may change in line with Covid-19-related restrictions, but we will ensure to keep you up-to-date on any developments in the run-up to the event.
We would encourage anyone who was part of the Boat Club to come down and join in for some fun!
Please email us at email@example.com for more information and to be put in touch with a member of the Boat Club to receive updates.
If you would be interested in holding your own reunion or event and would like some help promoting it to your classmates, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.