Academic Enrichment Programme: March Schedule

As part of their programmes, English Literature students at the University of Portsmouth can attend the Academic Enrichment Programme (AEP). The AEP is designed to sit alongside timetabled classes and consists of workshops, seminars, employability events and a host of other activities on a broad range of topics. Through the scheme, students are able to forge a broader and deeper understanding of literature and its latest research, engage with a community of like-minded people and develop employability skills.

Here is the list of activities for March:

Date Event When? Where?
04.03.19 ‘Nameless Country: The Scottish-Jewish Poet A. C. Jacobs’ 16:00-18:00 Milldam LE0.06
06.03.19 ‘Justice on Trial: A Talk and Performance with Holocaust survivor Ruth Barnett 14:00 White Swan Studio 1
06.03.19 ‘Imagining, representing and managing heritage in the Ancient City of Pingyao’ – Talk by Dr Monica Riera, University of Portsmouth 15:00-17:00 Milldam LE1.04
12.03.19 ‘Make Your Summer Count’ careers event: highlighting summer careers and placement opportunities. 11:00-14:00 Third Space
13.03.19 ‘30 Minute Guide to Personal Statements’: employability event to help you make the most of personal statements in applications. 13:00-13:30 Careers & Employability
13.03.19 ‘Desiring to be fruitful in early modern England’ – Talk by Dr Leah Astbury, University of Cambridge 15:00-17:00 Milldam LE1.04
19.03.19 ‘From bounded to fuzzy regions in West Africa: The EU’s regional approach and the ‘making’ of the Sahel’ – Talk by Elisa Lopez Lucia, Visiting Fellow, University of Portsmouth 14:00-16:00 Park 2.16
19.03.19 ‘Language Cramming for Crown and Country: Wartime Japanese programs in Britain and their legacy’ – Talk by Prof. Kayoko Takeda, Rikkyo University, Japan 17:00-18:30 St Andrews Court 3.03
21.03.19 ‘Build Your Confidence with Barclays’: two sessions of an event designed to help you value and develop your soft skills for the employment market 13:30-15:30 & 16:30-19:00 Careers & Employability
27.03.19 ‘British Patriotism and an Ecocritical Dilemma’ – CSL Annual Lecture by Prof Michael Gardiner, University of Warwick 15:30-17:30 Milldam LE1.03
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