Health, Nutrition and Wellbeing Alumni Day

We have an exceptional group of alumni returning to campus to talk to students about all things Health, Nutrition and Wellbeing.

Come along and hear from ‘Yorkshire Patron’ Phil Benson, who has set up three successful businesses in events and catering, cookery blogger Sandra Tranmer, with tips on nutritious meals you can cook, drama graduate Tom Roberts, a Category Executive at Glaxo, talking about working for the biggest pharmaceutical company in the world, and marathon runner and author Rachel Cullen who will discuss coping with mental health issues.

 

Health, Nutrition and Wellbeing Alumni Day
Tuesday 20th March | Canham Turner
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12:30 – 16:00 (including lunch, refreshments and networking)

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Join us on Health, Nutrition and Wellbeing Alumni Day for an afternoon of networking, careers advice, and suggestions on leading a healthier, happier more balanced life, with those who have studied at Hull and have gone on to be entrepreneurs, and experts in health, fitness, nutrition and wellbeing.

  • 12:30     A healthy and nutritious lunch
  • 13:00     Session one: Careers in health, nutrition and wellbeing
  • 14:00     Session two: Networking over free Xing Smoothies and delicious blueberry muffins
  • 14:45     Session three: Wellbeing – Managing mental health, and nutritious meals you can cook!

Whether you’re looking for careers advice, need pointers on living more healthily, or want to hear from others on how they managed stress, anxiety and depression, join us and meet some of our exceptional alumni, who are here to help.

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