- 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
A Bee at UCC
A Bee at UCC Readings
Wednesday 13 and Saturday 16 October
JP Quinn, Head of the UCC Visitors’ Centre and author of ‘A Bee at UCC’ hosts live readings with primary-school aged members of the Cork Down Syndrome Community and their families. The story-telling session will help children understand how honey is made and the importance of everybody realising that they have a purpose in life and that their lives have value.
Wednesday: 11.30am and 2pm
Saturday: 11am, 12pm, 2pm, 3pm and 4pm
Together with and for Community
Down Syndrome Ireland offers information, practical help and support. Most of all, we are a community of people who share the same journey.
The Down Syndrome Centre Cork is based in Forge Hill, Co Cork. The centre provides Speech and Language Therapy, Early Intervention Programme called SKIP, Parent and Baby Class and Networking Events for children up to 7 years and their parents.
UCC Vistors Centre: UCC's campus is full of many interesting buildings and features. From the Lewis Glucksman Gallery in the Lower Grounds to the Stone Corridor of the Main Quadrangle to the Crawford Observatory, UCC is a great place to spend a few hours. The Visitors’ Centre acts as a central point of information for the many visitors to the University.
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.