Programme of events
London South Bank University is celebrating Black History Month with a series of inspirational events highlighting the achievements of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) people around the world.
All of our events are open to the public and we particularly welcome members of the Southwark, Lambeth, Lewisham and Wandsworth communities to visit our Southwark campus and participate in the celebrations. Click on the links below for more details on the events and how to register to attend.
|6 October 2016||5-7pm||An inspirational talk from Lanre Sulola, a poet, musician and management consultant who uses his experience of day-to-day life to motivate others to achieve their dreams.|
|11 October 2016||5.30-8.30pm|
Ada Lovelace Day celebrates the achievements of women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM).
Follow our all-female panel of experts as they take you on a journey through their professional lives: how they achieved their goals, challenged stereotypes and created a new environment for female professionals in their fields.
|18 October 2016||5-7pm||
Celebrating 50 years of Barbados Independence.|
Learn about the history, culture and art of Barbados from The High Commissioner of Barbados, Guy Hewitt. Guy will be taking your questions and providing a unique insight into life on this amazing country.
|21 October 2016||7-11pm|
|26 October 2016||1.30-4.30pm|
Every Cook can govern: the life, works and impact of C L R James
See the first feature film to document the life of Trinidad-born revolutionary C L R James. The film, which will be shown in LSBU's new Elephant Studios cinema, grapples with issues from colonialism to cricket, from slavery to Shakespeare, from Marxism to the movies and from reading to revolution. It will lift the lid on the life of a tireless, fearless and uncompromising revolutionary and offers a unique opportunity to explore the life of a legend. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the director, Ceri Dingle.
|27 October 2016||12-3pm||Exploring Chinese culture|
Learn about Chinese culture through calligraphy and dance.
Students from the School of Engineering will share their cultural experiences of working as Learning Partners at HSBC in China.
|29 October 2016||9.30am-4.30pm|
Diversity in engineering: getting ahead in industry
Did you know that only 6% of professional engineers in the UK are from Black, Minority and Ethnic (BME) backgrounds? The School of Engineering in collaboration with the Association for BME Engineers are committed to making a difference.
We will demystify the engineering industry and what is required to be employed in the sector. Interactive workshops will help develop essential skills for job searching and application processes, including mock interviews, CV reviews and psychometric tests.
|29 October 2016||4.45-8pm|
Diversity in engineering: networking and prize giving
22 June 2018The Working-Class Avant-Garde
22 June 2018BA Photography End of Year Show
22 June 2018Engineering Product Design Taster Day
22 June 2018Mechanical Engineering Taster Day
23 June 2018BA Photography End of Year Show
23 June 2018University Open Day
24 June 2018BA Photography End of Year Show
25 June 2018Social Sciences Taster Day
25 June 2018BA Photography End of Year Show
26 June 2018Law Taster Day
Ex-smokers might be better off with high rather than low nicotine e-cigs
18 June 2018
LSBU students provide solutions for the local business community
14 June 2018
Ground-breaking report shows gangs are more money than territory-orientated
5 June 2018
Another solid rise for LSBU in league tables
1 June 2018
LSBU wins Partnership of the Year with St Mungo’s at the Student Nursing Times Award 2018
21 May 2018
How black nurses were vital to our health service even before Windrush, a talk by Stephen Bourne
17 May 2018
Remodelling crowd medical services in the English football league, a study by LSBU and Millwall Football Club
4 May 2018
Product Design students deliver creative Airlander concepts
3 May 2018
London South Bank University enters top 100 League in Complete Universities Guide
25 April 2018