ECSU Funding closes Monday 12 noon!

Funding closes next Monday at 12 noon.
ECSU is giving out the last of this years funding in a glut of generosity and goodwill. If you are are the hapless soul who has been put in charge of money for a society please apply using the link below:
http://ecsu.org.uk/pages/society_funding.html
This webpage has lots of help, for even more help please refer to the attached handy document.
Link to page on ECSU: l.facebook.com/l.php 

Symphonic Dances – CUMS concert

SYMPHONIC DANCES

Thursday 18 May/ West Road Concert Hall/ 8.00pm

Adam Gorb Yiddish Dances

Bernstein Symphonic Dances from West Side Story

Ravel Pavane pour une infante défunte

Sibelius Karelia Suite

CUMS Concert Orchestra

Cambridge University Wind Orchestra

Jack Bazalgette, Toby Hession conductors

Cambridge University Wind Orchestra and CUMS Concert Orchestra join forces for their final concert of the 2016-17 season.

Tickets: £10

Concessions: £8

Students: £3

Link to online booking: https://www.adcticketing.com/whats-on/concert/cums-concert-orchestra-and-cambridge-university-wind-orchestra

CUMS concert: Beethoven Pastoral Symphony

BEETHOVEN: PASTORAL SYMPHONY

Saturday 13 May/ West Road Concert Hall/ 8.00pm

Joy Lisney Thread of the Infinite (World Première)/ Tippett Fantasia Concertante on a Theme of Corelli/ Beethoven Symphony No.6, ‘The Pastoral’/ Cambridge University Chamber Orchestra/ Thomas Gould violin/director/ Aditya Chander violin/ Wallis Power cello

For their final concert of the 2016-17 Season, CUCO are joined by guest leader Thomas Gould, who will direct the orchestra from the violin. Gould is one of the most exciting British violinists of his generation, described as an artist who “refuses to be defined by a single genre” (The Guardian). He is the Leader of Britten Sinfonia, a pioneering unconducted ensemble.

This dynamic programme, which explores the balance between old and new, opens with the world première of Thread of the Infinite by Joy Lisney (CUMS Composer in Residence 2016-17). This is followed by Tippett’s Fantasia Concertante on a Theme of Corelli, a modern chamber work for strings which draws upon Baroque Concerto Grosso structures. The wind and brass will then rejoin the orchestra to perform Beethoven’s ‘Pastoral’ Symphony, a vivid and groundbreaking celebration of the great outdoors.

Tickets: £20, £14, £10

Concessions: £18, £12, £8

Students: £5

Link to online booking: https://www.adcticketing.com/whats-on/concert/beethoven-pastoral-symphony/

Enter Cambridge survey with chance to win £50

The University of Cambridge would like your help in trying to make our social media relevant to our staff and students.  Please fill out this short survey, which should only take a couple of minutes to complete. You will also have the choice to enter a prize draw for a £50 Amazon voucher! The data collected is for internal use only and your email will only be used for entry into the prize draw. See terms and conditions.

http://cambridge.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cOX8jE5kLhQe981

Cambridge University Entrepreneurs Grand Finale

Come join us on May 10 as our Ideas take flight competition finalists in the Social Enterprise, Science & Technology, and the GeoSpock Software streams pitch live on stage for the £5K prize

 Don’t miss your opportunity to meet our keynote speaker Jacyn Heavens, founder and CEO of Epos Now. Jacyn build his electronic point of sale company without the help of external investment and was able to grow it to a valuation of over $90 million in 2016 – a true self-made entrepreneur who will be sharing his story with us.

Moreover, we will be announcing the winners of the Young Entrepreneur of the Year competition, who will each receive a £2.5K cash prize along with a 12-month corporate development apprenticeship.

 When: 10th May 2017 at 7pm

Where: Engineering department lecture theatre 0

Get paid £20 to take part in a Psychology Study! 

Psychology Department needs volunteers…

We are looking for healthy adult volunteers, aged 18 and over to take part in a psychology study investigating empathy at the Department of Psychology, Downing Site. The study uses transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) which is a non-invasive, safe technique, frequently used in the areas of cognitive and clinical neuroscience. The study involves two sessions of tDCS (approximately a week apart) and completion of computer task and some questionnaires. You will receive £20 in compensation for your time at the end of the second session

We would like to hear from if you:

  •  have no neurological or psychiatric disorder
  • do not suffer from epilepsy and have no family history of seizures
  • have no metallic object in your body
  • are not pregnant

If you are interested in taking part and meet the above criteria, please email: is405@cam.ac.uk