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Noticeboard - week beginning 5 October

Don’t miss this week’s notices: Drapers daily specials, multi-factor authentication (MFA) launching soon, Consent Matters training, send us a video for International Pronouns Day, call for healthy male volunteers to take part in a clinical study.  

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Drapers Daily Specials

Drapers Bar and Kitchen is open daily on our Mile End campus, from 12noon – 10pm, and they have a brand new menu for you to enjoy! They also have a special daily deal each day, including Meat Free Mondays, Frat and Fries and Wake and Shake! 

Multi-Factor Authentication launching soon - register for the service

IT Services is extending the coverage of Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) across many of the services you access, including Office 365 (email, Word, Excel etc). MFA is an additional layer of security that involves sending a code to your phone that you’ll use to confirm your identity. The new service will be switched on mid-October but you can get ready for the switch by registering for both MFA and Self Service Password Reset (SSPR) now. 

Consent Matters - have you completed the training?

This short, interactive course on QMplus explores ways to recognise and ask for consent, how to look out for others, and where to go if you need support. Please enrol on QMplus and complete the training as soon as possible

Send us a video for International Pronouns Day

It is International Pronouns Day on 21 October. To celebrate and raise awareness of this important day the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion team is inviting staff and students to submit a video of a couple of seconds sharing their pronouns, to be included in a 'Why Pronouns Matter' video. Find out more and take part

Call for healthy male volunteers to take part in a short clinical study at the William Harvey Research Institute

Are you fit and healthy? Aged 18-45? Non-smoker? The William Harvey Research Institute is looking for healthy volunteers for a study looking at the effect of dietary nitrate on blood vessel function. Your time and travel expenses will be compensated. Contact Asad Shabbir on 07716096364 or asad.shabbir@qmul.ac.uk to express interest or to receive further information.