Black History Month - Guest Presentations & Talks

Black History Month - Guest Presentations & Talks
Monday 22 October 2018
1pm - 4pm
Amphitheatre, Sir Ian Wood Building




As part of Black History Month, our newly introduced International Committee will be hosting a series of events throughout October, featuring guest speakers, presentations, talks, music sessions and student testimonies. 

Entry is free and all students are welcome to attend!

This year's speakers include:

- Chrys Chikere (Doctoral Researcher / Demonstrator)
- Victor Onyekwere (Busness Development Manager, Africa at Peloton)
- Dr Ollie Folayan (Chairman, AFBE Scotland)
- Edindra Ezek (HR/Recruitment Co-ordinator, Menzies Group)
- Chinedu Ezek (Snr Procurement Specialist, Aberdeen & Highland Councils)

Events take place on Monday 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th October from 1-4pm in the Amphitheatre of the Sir Ian Wood Building.

If you are interested in sharing your own story at one of these events, please contact Michael Ife (Student President of Communication & Democracy) by emailing prescd@rguunion.co.uk




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