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UCL Access & WP Research Seminar - Dr Michael Donnelly and Dr Sol Gamsu

UCL Access & Widening Participation Research Seminar: Dr Michael Donnelly and Dr Sol Gamsu

Bookings for the Social Mobility and Access to HE research seminar series are now open. Places are limited, so please complete the form below to secure your place for the research seminar on the significance of place in young people's lives and future trajectories, presented by Dr Sol Gamsu and Dr Michael Donnelly. This lunchtime seminar takes place on Tuesday 12th September (exact time TBC). Light refreshments will be provided. 

Attendance at the seminar is free, and is open to colleagues with an interest in the access and social mobility agendas.

All events take place on UCL's campus in central London. The room and timing will be confirmed via email before the event.

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