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University students help themselves by helping others: Student Mentoring

If someone had told me when I enrolled in my postgraduate Education degree that towards the end of my first year I would be engaging in some very energetic African drumming/dancing on Level 3 of the Campus Hub building with some fellow university students, high school students, their teachers, and the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Social Inclusion), I might not have believed them…

So why would a self-confessed introvert such as myself venture out of their comfort zone and tear themselves away from their iLearn modules and the library research databases to do something with such potential for social awkwardness?? Continue reading University students help themselves by helping others: Student Mentoring