- UCC Community Week 2021
- Monday 11 Oct
- Tuesday 12 Oct
- Wednesday 13 Oct
- A Bee at UCC
- Access UCC
- Artist Talk - Tinka Bechert
- Community Wealth Building
- Creating Together
- Dementia and Mental Health
- Enforcing EU Environmental Law
- Involving Older People in Research
- Keynote_Future of Public Health
- Keynote_University in the Era of Climate Change
- Services for LGBTQ Dementia
- Student Mental Health Strategy Launch
- Virtual Forest Bathing
- working with education
- Thursday 14 Oct
- Friday 15 Oct
- Curated for You
CUBA Walk and Talk
Walk and Talk: Trees and Wellbeing [Passage West and Carrigtwohil]
All folk welcome on this walkabout, led by William O’Halloran, together with Passage West and Carrigtwohill biodiversity groups and with other nature enthusiasts from community organisations and UCC. During the walk you will get to discover how to record and recognise the most important trees in our community and how easy it can be to capture nature imagery on video and to share it with those who cannot access nature so easily.
As it’s so important for us all to learn about nature, especially in our local community, this outdoor event will happen every day during Community Week.
Taking place in Passage West walks will meet at Robert's Bridge car park. All are welcome to attend, though places need to be limited, so pelase register in advance.
Together with and for Community
CUBA Initiative: This event is run in celebration of the good things that have been happening with Community University Biodiversity Action over the past two years. A partnership initiative between SECAD Partnership, Cork communities and University College Cork, the initiative brings community expertise together with academia to collaborate and build capacity to address Ireland’s biodiversity crisis.
UCC Community Week: This event is part of UCC Community Week 2021. During Community Week, staff and students across the university come together with community and public sector partners to host community focussed events and activities. The week long programme of events celebrates UCC as a civically engaged university.