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UCLIC Research Seminar 21st February: Petr Slovak, Promoting mental health with technology

Technologies have already found an important role in detecting and helping treat mental health difficulties. However, much less is known about applying technology within prevention approaches, with the aim to promote resilience of those at risk and mitigate the occurrence of mental illness later in…

Research Associate position on WeDraw

We are recruiting a Research Associate to work on the WeDraw project in UCLIC! The advert for this post is now live internally only on the UCL Redeployee Jobs pages, so it is available to UCL redeployees only until Wed 28 Feb - interviews will be shortly after. If no suitable redeployees apply,…

CIEHF award for Design for Real People Group

The Design for Real People Action Group, led by Rachel Benedyk, has received the Richard Clive Holman Communications Award for its recent work creating the Teacher's Guide to UCD for Design and Technology in schools! This award is made for effective communication such as a blog or social media…