UCU general secretary Jo Grady is coming to University of Leeds on Wednesday 2 October. An open meeting is scheduled for 1pm-2pm, Mechanical Engineering Lecture Theatre B, and she will also meet with our anti-casualisation working group*. Please put this in your diary as it is an exciting opportunity to engage with, influence and take inspiration from our new leader. If you would like to read more about Jo, this interview recently featured in The Guardian.
*If you would like to join the anti-casualisation working group please email email@example.com
Directions and accessibility
Mechanical Engineering Lecture Theatre B (2.37), Mechanical Engineering Building, University of Leeds, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, LS2 9JT.
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Directions to Mechanical Engineering Building
Facing away from Parkinson steps, turn left, go straight up Woodhouse Lane past two pedestrian crossings. Mechanical Engineering is on your left.
Directions to Lecture Theatre B
Go through the main door of the building, up the stairs to the second floor, turn either left or right through the double doors, Lecture Theatre B is at the top of the small flight of stairs.
Accessibility: Height Adjustable Lectern, Wheelchair access (Students), Assistive Listening System, Wheelchair access (Staff), Level access
Accessibility information: There is level access into this room via the lift. Entry is to the front of the lecture theatre. There are two waiting spaces for wheelchairs with accompanying height adjustable desks. Seating is tiered and fixed and there are no arm rests on the chairs. An induction loop assistive listening system is fitted in this room. To use this facility users should turn their hearing aid to the ‘T’ position.
Accessibility directions: Go through the main door of the building. The lift is situated to the left of the staircase. Take the lift up to the second floor, turn left and go through the double doors, Lecture Theatre B is on your right.
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