Harris Student Fellowship Showcase

Small wooden artists' mannequin lyning prone on large grey pebbles with quartz linesPlease join us for this year’s Harris Fellowship Showcase. Hear the results of students who have made art about grief, created a web advocacy tool for chronic pain, constructed a podcast series in the medical humanities and explored nurses in remote Indigenous communities. Their work is creative, inspiring, hopeful and exploratory.

Staff and students from all faculties will find these projects fascinating.

Students interested in applying for a Harris Fellowship 2019/20 are highly encouraged to attend. For more information on this Fellowship contact Dr Claire Hooker.

Date: Thursday, 29th of November 2018

Time: 10.00-11:30am (followed by light lunch)

Venue: Burkitt Ford Lounge, Edward Ford Building, Fisher Road, The University of Sydney NSW 2006 (Camperdown Campus)

This is a FREE event however registration is essential via Eventbrite.

This project received funding from the Harold and Gwenneth Harris Endowment for Medical Humanities.

The Harold and Gwenneth Harris Endowment for Medical Humanities aims to develop capacity in the Health Humanities; to encourage cross-disciplinary learning and interaction between health, medicine, the arts and humanities; to enable students and clinicians to access experiential learning in the Health Humanities that fall outside standard University activities or funding parameters; and to enrich student learning and development to make medicine and health care more humanistic and patient-centered, and encourage self-care.

 

Image from Pixabay, used under CC0.