Winchester Hub is made up of all you wonderful students doing volunteering, campaigning and running events - however if you want to talk to someone directly about our activities, watch out for these people! They are happy to answer any queries or to collaborate on something, just pop them an email!
Winchester Hub really is all about you, the students, but there are a few permanent staff who make sure the 'behind the scenes stuff' gets done. If you ever want to find out more about what we're up to, drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hub office is always open so pop into Winton Building 116 to say hello! With a big meeting table and an array of comfy seating options, it's the ideal space for 'sky's the limit' thinking and tea drinking! Due to COVID-19 we are currently working from home, but pop us a message and we will happily schedule a call to chat!
Don't fancy the trek down from West Downs? No problem, we're more than happy to come and meet you. Just drop us an email and we'll sort it out. Here are our faces so you can recognise us round campus!
The Advisory Board ensures that Winchester Hub thrive as a result of being well embedded in the university and community environment. By bringing together individuals and organisations with varied perspectives and expertise, our Advisory Board helps the Winchester Hub to identify which activities to prioritise, as well as ensuring coordination of messaging and activities with other stakeholders.
The Advisory Board meets once per term, and includes members representing the broad range of Winchester Hub’s work and partners.
The University of Winchester is world leading in values-driven higher education, with a mission to educate, to advance knowledge and to serve the common good. Social justice is one of our core values and the integration of the Student Hub into the life of the University has done much to advance out work in this area. The Hub has been invaluable in engaging with the community, in inspiring volunteering, in raising aspirations among young people, and challenging educational disadvantage. It is our ambition that our graduates will leave us as responsible global citizens with the inspiration to make the world a better place. The projects of the Hub are such an important part of that aspiration, and the support that the Hub has given to our students is helping to broaden their horizons and equip them the experience and outlook they will need both in employment and in public life, whatever they go on to do. The Hub has the wholehearted support of the University community and I look forward to seeing it develop and flourish over the coming years.
Professor Joy Carter DL, Vice-Chancellor