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Lockdown Insights – Struggles and Solutions for University Security and Student Accommodation

Recently we had the pleasure of holding our first ProtectED Reflections online event. These monthly events bring together higher education professionals, academics, sector experts and ProtectED Member institutions to share their perspectives and experiences on issues impacting students' safety, security, and wellbeing. The online ProtectED Reflections will run alongside our real world ProtectED Conversations events — if and when the Covid-19 restrictions on such events have been eased. We would like to thank everyone who joined our ProtectED Reflections event on 28 May 2020, and hope you enjoyed the insightful glimpse into the challenges our speakers have been dealing with. The focus of this

Can you see me? Can you hear me? COVID 19, Social Distancing and Mental Health

Me, anxiety and a PhD. I wish I had a space to share. As I await my PhD viva, I am as anxious as can be for reasons that I cannot explain, because up until a few weeks ago, I was still checking my email several times a day to see if a viva date has been set, so anyone would think that finally knowing the date and time will comfort my anxious nerves. It did not. However, anxiety is something that I am all too familiar with, from being an international student who had to quit her studies because she was unable to pay the tuition fees, applying and waiting for a decision from all the scholarships without which I would not have studied for the last ten years; BSc, MSc and PhD, not least of all t

Jane Farrell admitted to Register of Chartered Security Professionals

We would like to congratulate Jane Farrell, longtime member of the ProtectED Advisory Board, on being admitted to the Register of Chartered Security Professionals. This is a great achievement, and Jane is only the seventh woman to be admitted to the Register since it was launched back in 2011. Read the full article here.

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