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Geography Evening Lecture at Dulwich College "African & Arabian Climate Cha...

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Dulwich College, Science Block Auditorium

Dulwich Common

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Dulwich College and Royal Holloway Geography department will be hosting an evening for Year 11, 12 & 13 pupils that want to know more about what Geography has to offer at University on Thursday 30th November. Parents are also very welcome to attend.

Professor Simon Blockley is an expert on studying climate change and working with climate modellers who predict climate change in the future. He will deliver a lecture on African and Arabian climate change (including A level focused content).

Royal Holloway colleagues will then run one workshop session on the archaeology of the area and another on linking archaeology to climate records using volcanic ash. This evening will also look at the wider question of climate drivers on human dispersal.

The lectures are great ways for pupils to get an insight into the world of Geography at Higher Education and will also be a fantastic addition to any Geography personal statement.

Refreshments will be provided from 6.15pm.

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