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==LGBT societies==
 
==LGBT societies==
  
There are an '''LGBT staff network'''<ref>[https://www.gre.ac.uk/offices/hr/edi/networks-and-groups/lgbt-staff-network LGBT+ Staff Network]</ref> and a '''Student LGBT+ Society'''<ref>[https://www.suug.co.uk/organisation/LGBT/ LGBT+ page] on the Students Union (SUUG) website</ref>
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[[File:GreenwichStudentsLGBT.jpg|thumb|left|Students LGBT society logo]]There are an '''LGBT staff network'''<ref>[https://www.gre.ac.uk/offices/hr/edi/networks-and-groups/lgbt-staff-network LGBT+ Staff Network]</ref> and a '''Student LGBT+ Society'''<ref>[https://www.suug.co.uk/organisation/LGBT/ LGBT+ page] on the Students Union (SUUG) website</ref>
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 17:30, 25 September 2016

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The University of Greenwich was founded in 1890 as Woolwich Polytechnic. In 1970 it merged with other institutions to become Thames Polytechnic. In 1992 it obtained university status under its present name. It has three campuses, one at the old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, one at Avery Hill also in the London Borough of Greenwich, and one at the former naval shore base HMS Pembroke in Chatham.

LGBT history

BiCon 1997 was held there.

LGBT societies

Students LGBT society logo
There are an LGBT staff network[1] and a Student LGBT+ Society[2]

References

  1. LGBT+ Staff Network
  2. LGBT+ page on the Students Union (SUUG) website