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Department of Zoology’s Equality and Wellbeing Lecture 2023

Date: Thursday 2 February 2023, 4pm
Location: Online and in-person at Department of Zoology, Downing Street, Cambridge CB2 3EJ
Booking details: via Eventbrite

The guest speaker is Helen Chatterjee, Professor of Human and Ecological Health at University College London. Helen will discuss the topic ‘Why visiting a museum is good for everyone: cultural heritage, health and wellbeing’.

Hosted by Rebecca Kilner, Director, Cambridge University Museum of Zoology, and Lynn Dicks, Chair of the Equality and Wellbeing Committee, Department of Zoology.

Helen Chatterjee is Professor of Human & Ecological Health at UCL. She is also currently the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Research Programme Director for Health Inequalities. Helen co-founded the Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance; is an Advisor to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Arts and Health; and is a Founding Trustee of the National Centre for Creative Health. In 2015, she received an MBE for Services to Higher Education and Culture.

This event is being signposted to Clare Hall members due to its connection to wellbeing within the University.


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