Where: UHI Outer Hebrides, Lews Castle Grounds, Stornoway
We would like to invite members of the Outer Hebrides community who can attend UHI Outer Hebrides in Stornoway to take part in a workshop which involves discussing with others about local mental health needs.
This workshop is part of a research study based upon work done in Texas by our partners at Texas A&M University (Kingsville). There are two workshops taking place: one here in the Outer Hebrides and the other in the Black Isle in Highland.
The University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) partnership has revealed a new visual identity today (Monday) to strengthen engagement with communities and market its offerings more effectively through a connected and recognisable brand family.
As well as new approaches to photography and design, the change features a new logo across campuses, based on the letters UHI, and an embedded plus sign and strapline: ‘where learning means more'.
Ten years on from establishing university status, UHI has built a strong foundation to move into a new strategic chapter founded on a ‘Daring to be different' ethos, affirming its role as a regionally focused partnership of independent colleges and research institutions covering the largest geographical area of any campus-based facility in the UK.
The new identity represents the first step towards the partnership being more engaged, connected and enterprising in its activity.