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21 July 2017
Estate update: A30 pedestrian & bus diversions and part of Bakeham lane closes for 2 months
19 July 2017
Contensis upgrade is coming – 25 July
18 July 2017
A30 road and pathway works from 18 July to 3 October
14 July 2017
Royal Holloway Women's Football are BUCS Club of the Year winners!
13 July 2017
Summer Multi-Sport Camps
Estate update: Changes in access into and around Arts Building, Windsor and Founder's East
11 July 2017
Finalists for three TUCO Awards
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15 August 2017
Employer Assistance Programme (EAP) - 15 August
EAP 'Bereavement: Coping with loss' webinar
30 August 2017
ISG Smart Card and IOT Security Centre (SC-IOT) Open Day
19 September 2017
EAP ' Information Overload' webinar
20 September 2017
Social Science launch event
29 September 2017
Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
14 December 2017
Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) - 14 December
We provide an Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) to offer extra support to manage life’s everyday challenges.
Available by telephone, email, instant messaging and online, the EAP is free, confidential information and support 24/7, 365 days per year to help you gain a better work-life balance.
Would you like to find out more about what the Programme can offer and not just for those ‘difficult’ moments?
There will be three briefing sessions during 2017; August, September and December.
Further briefing sessions will follow in 2018.
Bereavement: Coping With Loss Webinar
Tuesday 15 August, 12 - 1pm
Losing someone or something close to you can bring up deep feelings of grief and sadness.
The death of a loved one, divorce, or other event is typically followed by a period of grieving. The process of grief impacts not only you the bereaved, but also those around you. A grieving person must be given the space to heal in his or her own time. Your Employee Assistance Programme is available to help you understand the process of grief and healthy ways to respond to it.
Grief and loss trigger conflicting emotions. Explore your own reactions to loss, from a death to divorce. Learn why some people are stuck in a “grief rut” as you discuss more healthy ways to grieve.
Click on Member Login at the top of the home page.
Enter your organisation’s: User name: RHUL Password: employee
On the home page, go to Online Seminars, select this seminar and follow the registration instructions.
The ISG Smart Card and IOT Security Centre (SC-IOT) Open Day will be held on Wednesday 30 August 2017, marking the 15th anniversary of the Smart Card Centre.
Back again by popular demand there will be short sound-bite presentations plus an exciting guest lecture from Ken Munro of Pen Test Partners LLP: “The IoT does actually make me WannaCry. The truth behind ransomware, botnets and your household goodies”. There will also be practical demonstrations of products and technology.Current academic staff and students will host the event in attendance by industry experts, professionals and wider contacts.
We would like to extend a big thank you to the SCC funding supporters: Transport for London; UK Cards Association; ITSO and to the SC-IoT Open Day event sponsors: Infineon; MULTOS; Nationwide; Pen Test Partners and Underwriters Laboratory. If you would also like to support us in providing research that makes a real-world difference then please get in touch.
The open day will run from 10am-4pm, in the Picture Gallery.Booking is essential, tickets can be booked online.
Discover more online.
Information Overload Webinar
Tuesday 19 September, 12 - 1pm
It is estimated that more information has been created in the last 10 years than was created in all of humankind before that. All of this information is constantly coming at us in the form of texts, tweets, e-mails, and videos. But how to sort through it all? Your Employee Assistance Programme is a great place to start.
Our consultants can help you find the information on search engines, online resources, local libraries, and our own website.
Managing the enormous amount of information that is thrown at us is difficult. Understand what contributes to information overload and apply tips and tools for effectively managing information.
There is currently a new initiative to highlight the profile and strength of Social Science at Royal Holloway, involving social scientists from all three Faculties.
The launch event will be on Wednesday 20 September 2017 during Welcome week – we hope this will mean that the maximum number of people can attend at least for part of the day. Importantly, if you are a Social Scientist, please follow the link and complete the form so that we can gain a better understanding of the Social Science activity in the College. The form includes an opportunity to register for the event on the 20th September. The Launch event is primarily internally focused, but features a keynote from the Head of Policy of the Academy of Social Science.
Please download the programme of events for the day.
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