“Thanks to the programme, over 120 young Brits have had a positive impact here in Senegal and Senegal has had, from what I hear from Tony and from some of them, an enormous positive impact. Bravo, Professor Chafer – here’s to the next 30 years!”
Congratulations to astrophysicist Dr Karen Masters who is the new vice-president of the Society for Popular Astronomy!
She said: “It’s a real honour to have been asked to take on this role. The society was set up to inspire beginner stargazers of all ages and from all backgrounds, so I’d really like to encourage anyone and everyone to join – particularly young women, and young people from BME... View details ⇨
Last week as part of Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence Awareness Week our student volunteers and Portsmouth Abuse and Rape Counselling Service (PARCS) taking on the elephant in the room, sexual abuse and violence.
“A lot of people give up their seat for someone else on the tube,” he says, “having made a decision on whether that person is less able than them. But then many people don’t look. You might look down at your paper or your electronic device instead. We can teach you how to decide whether someone is able or not – but we can’t teach you that motivation to look up and to notice.”