Imperial College London Graduate Students' Union

The Graduate Students' Union (GSU) is the representative body for postgraduate students at Imperial College London.

It was launched in 2005 to give its members a voice within the Imperial College Union (ICU) and College.

Operating as usual

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GSU Signposting Series: COVID-19 Specific Support πŸ’»πŸ’­

πŸ–€ The kind mind series is a series of weekly videos and resources from the experienced Imperial Student Counselling and Mental Health Advice Service team. The videos can encourage and guide you towards being kind to yourselves during this extraordinary and difficult time.

Follow this link to find more information about the kind mind series:
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/counselling/kind-mind/

πŸ–€ Laptop support fund. Having trouble accessing online study materials and software? The student financial support team is making funds available to assist students with the cost of purchasing a laptop.

Follow this link to find more information about the laptop support fund:
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/students/fees-and-funding/financial-assistance/student-support-fund/

Photos from Imperial College London Graduate Students' Union's post 15/08/2020

GSU Signposting Series: Masters Students Support for COVID-19 πŸ€“

There are two key policies relating to master students currently at Imperial: The safety net policy and the registration policy. Make sure you have read these and understand what this means for you and your work.

πŸ’› Follow this link to find more information about the safety net policy:
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/about/public/Safety-Net-Policy.pdf

πŸ’› Follow this link to find more information about the master students registration policy:
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/about/public/Masters.registration.policy.final.pdf

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GSU Signposting Series: PhD Students Support for COVID-19 πŸ™ŒπŸ»

πŸ’™ The college has answered some of the common questions about registration, deadline extensions as well as interruptions. You can also refer to the guidance on assessments affected by COVID-19.

Follow this link to find more information about the guidance regarding assessments affected by COVID-19:
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/Guidance-regarding-doctoral-assessments-and-examinations-affected-by-coronavirus.pdf
Follow this link to find more information and FAQs:
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/student-records-and-data/for-current-students/covid19/postgraduate-research/


πŸ’™ In terms of funding extensions, please check what your funding body's policies are. If you are not eligible for additional funding from your provider, then you may be eligible for a funding extension from college. Check out the funding extension application which is coming out in waves based on your end date. If you are not eligible for the funding extension from college, but you feel you do require additional financial support, then please refer to the hardship fund, which is being reviewed in light of COVID-19.

Follow this link to find more information about the application for an extension from college:
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/study/pg/graduate-school/covid-19-support-for-students/applying-for-an-extension-to-your-stipend/
Follow this link to find more information about the student support fund:
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/students/fees-and-funding/financial-assistance/student-support-fund/


πŸ’™ The graduate school has created a website dedicated to Remote PhD Supervision & Exams, with lots of information that can guide you during this difficult period:
Follow this link to find more information about the website:
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/study/pg/graduate-school/remote-phd-supervision/

Photos from Imperial College London Graduate Students' Union's post 09/08/2020

GSU Signposting Series: COLLEGE πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸŽ“

πŸ’œ Student Hub
Brings together many of Imperial's key support services in one easily accessible place. It is hub for advice and information on a wide range of aspects of College life, including admissions, finance, accommodation, exchange programmes and exam arrangements. The team is on hand to answer your questions in person, by email or online. http://www.imperial.ac.uk/student-hub/

πŸ’œ International Student Support
Offers advice to international students related to visas and visa extensions, ATAS, rules on working during studies, and options to remain in the UK to work after study. Follow this link to find more information about international student support: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/study/international-students/

πŸ’œ Graduate School: Postgraduate Coaching Programme
This programme has been established to provide you with an opportunity to talk, independently from your academic department, about challenges you may be experiencing during the course of your studies. The programme primarily focuses on building effective working relationships and there may be other self-development issues that you wish to explore: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/study/pg/graduate-school/community-support/coaching/

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GSU Signposting Series: MENTAL HEALTH πŸ§ πŸ’•

πŸ’— Mental Health First Aiders
If you're experiencing mental ill health, college has trained staff and students who can provide information on how and where to get further help and support. Mental Health First Aiders are identifiable by their green lanyards, and you can approach them in person or contact them by email or by phone. Follow this link to find more information about mental health first aiders:
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/natural-sciences/staff/health-and-wellbeing/mental-health-first-aiders/

πŸ’— Student Counselling Service
Provides individual counselling for students for any personal issues that may be affecting your wellbeing and mental health. These can include academic problems, low mood, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, loneliness, issues around sexuality, self-esteem or self-harm. Follow this link to find more information about the student counselling services: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/counselling/

πŸ’— External Support Services
When the support at Imperial does not seem like enough, you can find a range of external support services that offer confidential help for mental health issues or crises. Follow this link to find more information about the external support services: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/counselling/mental-health-guidelines/external-support/

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GSU Signposting Series: DEPARTMENTAL & FACULTY SUPPORT πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ«

πŸ’š Supervisors
Your relationship with your supervisor is central to research degree success. They guide the nature of your research and standard expected. Develop your abilities and achieve best possible outcomes. Support you academically and personally. It is important to understand what is expected from you, and what you should expect from your supervisor.
- https://www.imperial.ac.uk/students/success-guide/pgr/effective-research/working-with-your-supervisor/
-https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/study/graduate-school/public/Mutual-Expectations-PGR.-01.07.20.pdf

πŸ’š Mentors/ Personal Tutors
Each department has its own pastoral care network. Masters students may be assigned a personal tutor, while PhDs may have a mentor. They offer support, guidance and are available for confidential chat. Approach if uncomfortable discussing a certain topic with your supervisor. Able to guide you to the right support services available for you.
- https://www.imperial.ac.uk/personal-tutors-guide/understanding-your-role/whats-new/personal-tutoring-expectations/

πŸ’š Postgraduate Senior Tutors
Has overall responsibility for the academic and pastoral care of postgraduate students in the department. Able to guide and support in handling problems or queries you are unable to solve directly with your supervisor/ representatives.
- https://www.imperial.ac.uk/personal-tutors-guide/understanding-your-role/your-senior-tutor-and-faculty-senior-tutor/

πŸ’š Faculty Senior Tutors
Have responsibility for ensuring the delivery of consistent, high quality support for students in their personal, general academic and professional development. Work with departments and senior tutors to ensure students are adequately supported and appropriate college processes are implemented.
- https://www.imperial.ac.uk/personal-tutors-guide/understanding-your-role/your-senior-tutor-and-faculty-senior-tutor/

Photos from Imperial College London Graduate Students' Union's post 01/08/2020

GSU Signposting Series: UNION 😎

🧑 Student Support Zone
Offers support about a problem or difficulty you are facing, or addresses some of your common concerns, including managing your money, finding accommodation, etc. They also offer support about your physical and mental health, from registering with your doctor to maintaining a healthy work/life balance. Follow this link to find more information about the student support zone: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/student-support-zone/

🧑 Student Advice Centre
Offers academic and wellbeing support, for issues such as mitigating circumstances, problems with supervisors, appeals, and guidance on university regulations. They also offer support for life challenges including debt, housing and landlord issues and legal affairs. They also offer support for sexual violence. Follow this link to find more information about the union advice centre: https://www.imperialcollegeunion.org/advice/

🧑 Liberation & Community Zone
Imperial College Union has eight liberation and community officer who each represent students within their respective zones. These include a black and minority officer, a gender equality officer, a disabilities officer, an ethics and environment officer, an interfaith officer, an international officer, an LGBT+ officer, and a mental health officer. Follow this link to find more information about the liberation and community zone:
https://www.imperialcollegeunion.org/your-union/your-representatives/liberation-community-zones

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GSU Signposting Series: STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES πŸ™ŒπŸ»

❀ Course/Program Representatives
Your course or program representative is an elected student whose role is to effectively listen and express the views and concerns of all the students in their respective course or program, and to convey these views in meetings with staff to bring about positive change. They are your first point of contact for issues relating to your course and are in regular contact with your departmental representative.

❀ Departmental Representatives
Your department representative is an elected student whose role is to effectively listen and express the views and concerns of all the students in the department, and to convey these views in meetings with staff to bring about positive change. They are in regular contact with your student course/program representatives but can be reached directly.

❀ Faculty Representatives (Graduate Students’ Union Academic and Welfare Officers)
The GSU academic and welfare officer is an elected student who is responsible for receiving and collating student feedback from student representatives in their faculty and raising it to faculty and college level staff and/or the GSU committee as appropriate, working with the GSU Vice President (Research) where necessary. Each faculty has two academic and welfare officers, one for taught students and one for research students.

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Photos from Imperial College London Graduate Students' Union's post 25/07/2020

During your time at Imperial, you may have:
πŸ‘©β€πŸ’» Challenges that require support & advice
πŸ‘¨β€πŸ”§ Practical issues that need guidance to take care of
πŸ§˜β€β™€οΈ Wellbeing concerns to speak to someone about

Over the coming weeks our, "GSU Signposting Series" aims to showcase dedicated staff and volunteers throughout college that can help provide support and advice with difficulties you may face πŸ’ͺπŸ»πŸ’‘. Summary of support resources and services below, including COVID-19 πŸ”¬ specific information.

Student representatives:
❀ Course/program representatives
❀ Department representatives
❀ Faculty representatives

Union:
🧑 Student support zone
🧑 Union advice centre
🧑 Liberation and community zone

Departmental & faculty support:
πŸ’š Supervisors
πŸ’š Mentors/Personal tutors
πŸ’š Postgraduate senior tutors
πŸ’š Faculty tutors
πŸ’š Department wellbeing advisors

Mental health:
πŸ’— Mental health first aider
πŸ’— Student counselling service
πŸ’— External support services

College:
πŸ’œ International student support
πŸ’œ Student hub
πŸ’œ Graduate School - Postgraduate Coaching Programme

COVID-19 Specific Support:
πŸ’™ PhD Students

COVID-19 Specific Support:
πŸ’› Masters Students

COVID-19 Specific Suppot:
πŸ–€ The Kind Mind Series
πŸ–€ Laptop Support Fund

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Timeline photos 22/07/2020

πŸŽŠπŸŽ‰ Last FREE Online Yoga Sessions in aid of ❀. Join us Thursday lunchtimes up until the end of July!

Date: Thurs 23rd & 30th July
Time: 12 - 1pm (1hr)
Location: Wherever you want! Zoom link: zoom.us/j/98229486703
Cost: FREE, donations to Lumi Foundation are welcome @ donate.kindlink.com/lumi-foundation-/1956/0

Lumi Foundation is a charity committed to making yoga accessible to all πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦πŸŒ±. By supporting the Foundation, we're helping them bring yoga to communities around West London.

For our latest virtual events: facebook.com/pg/ImperialGSU/events πŸ˜€ Link in bio.

Timeline photos 20/07/2020

πŸ˜€πŸ“ Get your teams ready for our final pub quiz of the year! Pride and prizzes to be won, including Amazon & Deliveroo vouchers πŸ˜‹

Date: Thur 23rd July
Time: 6 - 7.30pm
Location: Zoom link via IC email and/ or fb group (link in bio)

For our latest virtual events: facebook.com/pg/ImperialGSU/events 🍻

Timeline photos 01/07/2020

πŸŽŠπŸŽ‰ Good news! We're extending our FREE Online Yoga Sessions in aid of ❀. Join us Thursday lunchtimes for another 5 weeks!

Date: Thursdays till end of Aug 2020
Time: 12 - 1pm (1hr)
Location: Wherever you want! Zoom link: zoom.us/j/98229486703
Cost: FREE, donations to Lumi Foundation are welcome @ donate.kindlink.com/lumi-foundation-/1956/0

Lumi Foundation is a charity committed to making yoga accessible to all πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦πŸŒ±. By supporting the Foundation, we're helping them bring yoga to communities around West London.

For our latest virtual events: Imperial College London Graduate Students' Union πŸ˜€ Link in bio.

Timeline photos 13/06/2020

Have your say! Tell the college your thoughts about your course! πŸ“£

Results will be compared to other institutions and guide changes to improve what the college does in the future 🌍πŸ’ͺ🏻. Help shape the experience of students like you πŸ’ž

Check your IC inbox for more details:
πŸ’‘ PG Taught Students: PTES (Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey)
πŸ’‘ PG Research Students: Student Experience Survey

For our latest virtual events: facebook.com/pg/ImperialGSU/events 😁

Timeline photos 11/06/2020

Due to popular demand we will be hosting regular, fortnightly Virtual Pub Quizzes πŸ˜€πŸ“ Get your teams ready!

Date: Thursdays
Time: 6 - 7.30pm
Location: Zoom link via IC email and/ or fb group (link in bio)

For our latest virtual events: facebook.com/pg/ImperialGSU/events 🍻

Timeline photos 04/06/2020

Take an hour break with us tomorrow for some me-time 🧠🏝 We're pleased to announce that we've secured more funding for our FREE Online Yoga Sessions in aid of ❀. Join us Thursday lunchtimes for another 5 weeks!

Date: Thursdays up to 2nd July 2020
Time: 12 - 1pm (1hr)
Location: Wherever you want! Zoom link: zoom.us/j/98229486703
Cost: FREE, donations to Lumi Foundation are welcome @ donate.kindlink.com/lumi-foundation-/1956/0

Lumi Foundation is a charity committed to making yoga accessible to all πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦πŸŒ±. By supporting the Foundation, we're helping them bring yoga to communities around West London.

For our latest virtual events: facebook.com/pg/ImperialGSU/events πŸ˜€ Link in bio.

Timeline photos 20/05/2020

This year the Mental Health Foundation is celebrating a national theme of KINDNESS ❀

As part of Mental Health Awareness week (18 - 24th May 2020), are:
- Hosting virtual mindfulness activities (sign-up imperial.ac.uk/be-inspired/mental-health-awareness-week/)
- Sharing information and resources (visit imperial.ac.uk/student-support-zone/)
.. to support our community during these challenging times 🌍

Join us for FREE online yoga this Thursday 12-1pm with and relax your body and mind πŸ§˜β€β™€οΈπŸ§ πŸ§˜β€β™‚οΈ. All abilities welcome.

Remember you can always contact your GSU PG Faculty Academic & Welfare officer for advice and support:
πŸ’Œ Natural Sciences (PGR): Emma Couves
πŸ’Œ Natural Sciences (PGT): Tilivaldi Ilahunov
πŸ’Œ Medicine (PGR): Xiaolei Zhang
πŸ’Œ Medicine (PGT): Niza Ravi
πŸ’Œ Engineering (PGR): Raya El Laham
πŸ’Œ Engineering (PGT): Clementine Ewins
πŸ’Œ Business: Fangjie Cheng
or via imperialcollegeunion.org/advice

For our latest virtual events: facebook.com/pg/ImperialGSU/events ❀ Link in bio.

Timeline photos 07/05/2020

Come join us this Thursday (and every Thursday until the end of May!) for FREE Online Yoga Sessions in aid of Lumi Foundation πŸ’•

Take your mat to your garden to enjoy fresh air or if the weather plays up we can stay indoors and immerse ourselves in the power of virtual background on Zoom - we can do yoga on a beautiful beach, rocky mountains or even a sacred valley πŸ–πŸžπŸ”. The options are truly endless!

Date: Thursdays until end of May
Time: 12 - 1pm (1hr)
Location: Wherever you want! Zoom link provided via your IC email.
Cost: FREE, donations to Lumi Foundation are welcome @ donate.kindlink.com/lumi-foundation-/1956/0

Lumi Foundation is a charity committed to making yoga accessible to all πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦πŸŒ±. By supporting the Foundation, we're helping them bring yoga to communities around West London.

For our latest virtual events: facebook.com/pg/ImperialGSU/events 😍 Link in bio.

Timeline photos 30/04/2020

Get your teams at the ready as the GSU will be holding the first (of hopefully not too many!) Virtual Pub Quiz's πŸŽ‰πŸ“. If you're joining by yourself, we'll put you into a group to form your very own dream team 😘🀩πŸ’ͺ. Are you ready?

Date: 30/04/2020
Time: 6 - 7.30pm
Location: Wherever you want! Zoom link provided via FB event later today.

There will be two rounds full of fun and challenging questions and the chance to win a top prize of Β£40 in Amazon vouchers, h-bar/ Union drink tokens (so you'll be ready when they re-open πŸ˜‰) and bragging rights!

We look forward to seeing you all there!! The zoom link has been sent to your IC email πŸ“©. Sign in 5-10 mins early to make sure everything is working fine.

For our latest virtual events: facebook.com/pg/ImperialGSU/events 🍻. Link in bio.

Timeline photos 30/04/2020

Yoga on the BEACH! Come join us every Thursday until the end of May for FREE Online Yoga Sessions in aid of Lumi Foundation πŸ’•

Take your mat to your garden to enjoy fresh air or if the weather plays up we can stay indoors and immerse ourselves in the power of virtual background on Zoom - we can do yoga on a beautiful beach, rocky mountains or even a sacred valley πŸ–πŸžπŸ”. The options are truly endless!

Date: Thursdays until end of May
Time: 12 - 1pm (1hr)
Location: Wherever you want! Zoom link provided via your IC email.
Cost: FREE, donations to Lumi Foundation are welcome @ donate.kindlink.com/lumi-foundation-/1956/0

Lumi Foundation is a charity committed to making yoga accessible to all πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦πŸŒ±. By supporting the Foundation, we're helping them bring yoga to communities around West London.

For our latest virtual events: facebook.com/pg/ImperialGSU/events 😍 Link in bio.

30/03/2020

Remote exams/ assessments affecting you during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Have your say! Survey takes ~5 mins to complete (deadline Tues 31st March 6pm): https://tinyurl.com/COVID19-remote-assessments

The Union would like to find out about how you feel about the current decisions, what solutions you would like to see, and how we can make sure that whatever in place works for you.

Photos from Imperial College London Graduate Students' Union's post 28/02/2020

ARE YOU READY FOR THE PG LEAP YEAR BALL TOMORROW?

We've hired your favourite πŸ˜‰ DJ, Zhengli Lim aka IC's famous RIBBON MAN on Queen's lawn!

Details:
🚩 Location: Under the Bridge, Stamford bridge, Fulham, SW6 1HS (no parking space)
πŸ”” Bring: Student ID card & valid ID (security check on the door, 18+ only).
πŸ‘— Dress code: Dress to impress - there will be a selfie mirror that prints photo instantly for free!

Schedule:
πŸ•– 19:00 Event entry
πŸ•— 20:00 Catering start
πŸ•€ 21:30 Catering ends
πŸ•™ 22:00 Last event entry
πŸ•› 00:00 Selfie Mirror ends
πŸ•œ 01:30 Cash bar ends
πŸ•‘ 02:00 Event ends
* Those that have also bought an unlimited drinks package, this is active from 20:00 - 23:00

Check your email for full details :) Join our fb to stay updated - link in bio πŸ˜™ @ Imperial College London

Timeline photos 07/02/2020

Don't miss your last chance to grab tickets!

Extra standard tickets @Β£30 (for IC students) released Fri 7th Feb 2020, 12pm! You can also grab guest tickets for Β£30 πŸ‘«πŸ»πŸ‘¬πŸΌπŸ‘­πŸ½

THE PG LEAP YEAR BALL
- Date: 29/02/2020
- Time: 7pm - 2am
- Location: Under the Bridge, London, SW7 1HS
- Dress code: Black-tie πŸ’„

https://www.facebook.com/events/466912950886859/

12/12/2019

What do YOU want in your PG Community Hub at the South Kensington campus?!
β˜•οΈ Free coffee?
πŸͺ Snacks?
☺️ Comfy sofas and wellbeing space?
Let us know in this short survey & you could also win 1 of 3 x Β£50 Amazon vouchers:
https://imperial.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_7OGha4LW9fFUnWZ

Postgraduate community Qualtrics sophisticated online survey software solutions make creating online surveys easy. Learn more about Research Suite and get a free account today.

Timeline photos 18/11/2019

The Student Support Zone is your ultimate guide to supporting your wellbeing at Imperial. Whether you’re a first year student beginning your academic journey with us, a PhD student in the midst of your thesis or working on your final MSc project, there are some issues and concerns that can affect us all. Student Support Zone offers information, advice and support on a range of practical issues and common concerns that you might face as a student at Imperial.

Find out more about the wide range of support that’s available to you at Imperial and the specialist services that can help you.

It’s all about you.

14/10/2019

🚨 Autumn election nominations extended until noon, tomorrow Tuesday 15 October 🚨

Need representatives for:
πŸ“£ Graduate Students' Union: Hammersmith Officer
πŸ’ Graduate Students' Union: Postgraduate Research Academic & Welfare Officer (Business)

Join us by nominating yourself at imperialcollegeunion.org/elections 🀩

01/10/2019
Timeline photos 27/09/2019

πŸ…πŸŽ‰ INTRODUCING YOUR COMMITEE

Felix Officer: Sara Hendricks (1st yr, Executive MBA)

Hey everyone! As your Felix Officer I’m responsible for creating content targeted to and for Grad students that will be published in the Felix as well as the website. 😎

Small business development is my passion and livelihood πŸ’ͺ🏻. I love helping others discover their potential to become their own bosses. In addition to small business coaching, I’m an Industrial Pyschologist. I use my skills and training to create remarkable experiences for private and non profit organizations β™₯️. Look foward to meeting you all and being your Felix Officer this year!

Timeline photos 26/09/2019

πŸ…πŸŽ‰ INTRODUCING YOUR COMMITEE

Academic & Welfare Officer for Engineering: Raya El Laham (2nd year, PhD in Materials)

Hi! Having done my Masters degree at Imperial and having completed the first year of my PhD, I have an understanding of the issues that can affect students, whether in the academic aspects of their college experience, or their wellbeing and mental health. πŸ’›

I am currently the Academic and Welfare Officer for the Faculty of Engineering, and having this role has given me the knowledge and tools to represent the postgraduate community, dealing with issues ranging from modules and coursework, to socials between different faculties and departments and personal/pastoral care πŸ‘₯. Being able to continue with the same role for another year will allow me to overcome the challenges I have faced and build on the ideas and strategies developed, and achieve more in the coming year.

I believe that with my fellow representatives and working more closely with the union, we can ensure that postgraduate students’ academic needs are met, and their concerns are dealt with. I will also focus on the wellbeing and social needs to make their postgraduate experience more comfortable and enjoyable.

I am always happy to chat and look forward to representing you! 🌺

Timeline photos 24/09/2019

πŸŽ‰πŸ… INTRODUCING YOUR COMMITEE

Academic & Welfare Officer for Natural Sciences: Emma Couves

Hi everyone, this year I took on the role of AWO at somewhat short notice and over the last 6 months tried to support the GSU to improve the day-to-day lives of PGR and PGT at Imperial.

There is still more I would like to do to and so another, this time full year in the role would allow me to see through some of the initiatives started this year. These are;
πŸ’“ Improving the pastoral care system (with the support of the faculty senior tutor) for better access to confidential support for PGR
πŸ‘©πŸ½β€πŸ”¬ Significantly changing the college approach to project students in labs, to improve the enjoyment and reduce stress for all involved in their management
✊🏻 Support the community-building and sharing of good practice across the departments and faculties
🚍 Continue to lobby the faculty for changes campus support, services and transport outside of SK

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