Skip to main content Skip to navigation

Features

Warwick is a community like no other - made from many individuals who have an incredible impact on the world. The pride in our global alumni community knows no bounds and our feature articles showcase just how inspiring you are.

Our top story

Project Baala: Breaking the cycle of taboo

When Soumya Dabriwal (BSc EconomicsLink opens in a new window, 2016) travelled to Ghana with Warwick in Africa, she had no idea it would be the catalyst for change. Now her organisation, Project Baala, has helped more than 650,000 menstruators and educated many more in disparate communities across the world.

Recent features

Anittah's journey of discovery and community

Anittah Owomugisha (MSc Engineering Business Management, 2023) a Chevening scholar now working as an Electrical Design Engineer at SSE plc, shares her journey, shaped by the supportive Warwick community and connections, from faculty to peers, that played a pivotal role in propelling the start of her career.

Tackling the root of the problem

Earlier this year, alumna and activist Jo Todd (BA English and European Literature, 1990) received a CBE in recognition of 30+ years’ service to the victims of domestic abuse. As CEO of RespectLink opens in a new window - the pioneering charity tackling the root of the problem - Jo has dedicated her life to making a positive difference. And she’s not finished yet.

What's your story?

Stay in touch

Your relationship with Warwick doesn't end when you graduate. Keep up to date with us by ensuring your details are updated.

Share your news

Wherever you are in the world, whatever you're doing and whatever stage you're at in your post-graduation journey, we want to hear from you.

Explore all Alumni News



Quickfire Stories

If you graduated within the last five years, we want to hear your story.


Connections

Wherever life takes you, you are never far from a Warwick connection.

Careers

Stories of innovators, educators, creatives and change makers.