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IMCC3 STUDENT ACTIVITIES

Student activities will take place throughout IMCC3, from Friday 15 August to Sunday 17 August. Activities may have a delegate capacity or registration fee. All student activities require registration. Activity descriptions can be found below.

More information on student activities coming soon. 


Conservation Conversations: Beyond Business Cards (Speed-Networking Event)
Location: SECC
Date: Friday, 15 August
Time: Lunch break
Capacity: 150 students
Cost: No fee

Does the thought of interviews make your heart race? If asked why hire you, do you find yourself saying ‘um’ a lot? Come meet a diverse range of conservation professionals in a fast-paced environment while learning how to perfect your pitch, learning about the dos and don'ts of networking and ensuring a professional personal brand. This is a brown bag event, so students are encouraged to bring their own lunches. Lunches are available for purchase at McColl's (grab-n-go shop), Cafe Ritazza and Harry Ramsden's.


Plenary Luncheon
Location: Campanile, 10 Tunnel St, Glasgow ( approx. 5-10 minute walk)
Date: Saturday, 16 August 2014
Time: Lunch break
Capacity: 45 Students
Cost: No fee

This lunch event honors our plenary speakers and offers students a chance to meet the speakers on a more personal level and learn more about their life contributions to the marine community in an informal setting. A buffet of heavy hors d'oeuvres and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided. Pre-registration for this event is required, and the event is expected to fill quickly.


Want to save the world? Here's how: Skill sets all marine conservationists should have
Location: SECC
Date: Sunday, 17 August 2014
Time: Lunch break
Capacity: 200 students
Cost: No fee

If you want to pursue a career in marine conservation then this is the event you want to join! Come along and meet our speakers, learn what skills you need to have and find out about how to become more engaged in conservation. Marine conservation is an interdisciplinary science , join us and discover the many career paths that can be taken to become a successful marine conservationist. This is a brown bag event, so students are encouraged to bring their own lunches. Lunches are available for purchase at McColl's (grab-n-go shop), Cafe Ritazza and Harry Ramsden's.


Feelin' druth? Then gee urself a bevvy! (Feeling thirsty? Then get yourself a drink)
Location: The Grosvenor, 24 Ashton Ln, Glasgow G12 8SJ (approx. 30 min walk)
Date: Sunday, 17 August 2014
Time: 8p.m. to close
Capacity: 300 delegates
Cost: Student tickets are $25 (£18*), Non-student tickets are $42 (£24*)

*Cost in pounds sterling may change with the exchange rate at tiem of registration

Welcome to the twinkling lights and cobbled street of Ashton Lane! Get ready to party all night at the Grosvenor cafe, where drinks will be flowing for student friendly prices! You’re sure to have an amazing time meeting new friends and enjoying everything the Scottish Nightlife can offer! So how about that bevvy? The first 200 people to purchase their ticket will get to indulge in our delicious buffet line (served from 8p.m.-10p.m.), and all will be able to enjoy special drink promotional prices. Funds raised from ticket sales will go to support future student travel grants.