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Thu 27 Feb, '20
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Alumni Event in Melbourne
Melbourne, Australia

All alumni in Melbourne and the surrounding area are invited to attend a special alumni gathering in Melbourne on Thursday 27 February 2020 at 6.30pm. Booking is essential as places are limited.

Wed 4 Mar, '20
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Taking Action for Climate Emergency - A Panel Discussion
International Manufacturing Centre (IMC), University of Warwick

Booking is essential so please fill in the online form to book your seat.

Warwick has declared a climate emergency along with other universities and local authorities; change is needed and soon. So how does a University make a difference? What does it mean for us as individuals, as students, as teachers, as researchers, as staff and as a community? What are the big steps that are needed as well as the personal actions we can all take? How can policy shape social trends and tackle the major causes of climate damage?

To explore the issues, Warwick’s Climate Emergency group have organised a Question Time debate in Green Week in partnership with the SU involving Extinction Rebellion, leading researchers and staff. Chaired by University Council Member Adrian Penfold and featuring internal and external speakers, there will be a chance to raise questions and contribute to our collective thinking about how we turn away from the growing crisis and take action.

The full list of speakers/panelists will be published soon.

Thu 12 Mar, '20
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Warwickshire Wildlife Trust - Wilder Future for Warwickshire
University of Warwick, Physics Lecture Theatre

An event to enthuse young adults about nature and get them involved in the new “Wilder Future for Warwickshire” project and conservation more generally. If you would like to attend, please book at https://www.warwickshirewildlifetrust.org.uk/events/2020-03-12-wilder-future-warwickshire-make-your-voice-heard 

The “Wilder Future for Warwickshire” project, comprises a two year programme of training young adults (18-35 year olds) in wildlife conservation, surveying, practical habitat management, storytelling, campaigning, debating and social media influencing to enable them to raise awareness and motivate others to make a difference to nature. More information can be found on the project webpage: https://www.warwickshirewildlifetrust.org.uk/WilderFutureforWarwickshire.

Thu 26 Mar, '20
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Faculty Talk Series 2020
Warwick in London

"Eat My Words: Cookbooks as History"

Professor Rebecca Earle, Department of History

Lecture abstract and speaker biography

Venue: Stanley Building, 7 Pancras Square, London, N1C 4AG

Thu 14 May, '20
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Faculty Talk Series 2020
Warwick in London

"AI without BS"
Professor Graham Cormode, Department of Computer Science

Lecture abstract and speaker biography

Venue: Stanley Building, 7 Pancras Square, London, N1C 4AG

Thu 11 Jun, '20
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Faculty Talk Series 2020
Warwick in London

"Can we solve the Cyber Security problem?"
Professor Carsten Maple, Warwick Manufacturing Group

Lecture abstract and speaker biography

Venue: Stanley Building, 7 Pancras Square, London, N1C 4AG