UGM agenda: 10 years of partnership (Penryn Campus)

Summer UGM 2014In the run up to the General Meeting on Thursday 29 May, we’ll be discussing the agenda items and asking you what you think. Please share your thoughts in the comments below and remember to come along to the meeting to get your voice heard. It’s 4-6pm in the Exchange Lecture Theatre at Penryn Campus. All students are welcome!

 

10 years of partnership (Penryn Campus)

It’s been 10 years since the University of Exeter arrived at Penryn to create a ‘shared campus’ with Falmouth University. In that time, student numbers have grown to nearly 6,000, CSM have celebrated their 125th anniversary and we have seen developments at our Falmouth and Truro campus. So what’s next? Come and find out how much has changed in the last 10 years and what changes are coming soon.

If you have any additional comments leading up to and during the meeting, tweet us @FXUtweet and use the hashtag #FXUugm. We’ll be live tweeting the event! And remember, if this is an issue you feel really strongly about it, come along to the meeting. Your voice is important!

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