The study buddies Academic Writing Bootcamps are all day sessions where you can come to write, read and work on your assessment in a quiet and supportive working environment. At each study buddy session an academic will be on hand to provide guidance and support with assessments.
Refreshments and lunch will be provided. All sessions are based in the Teaching Grid, Main Library.
You can pop in and out of the sessions around your schedule and book one-to-one sessions with a tutor.
- Monday 27 Jan. 9-5.
- Friday 21 Feb. 9-5.
- Monday 2 March. 9-5.
Thursday 7 May. 9-5.
Monday 11 May. 9-5.
Monday 18 May. 9-5.
History of the Faculty of Arts at Warwick Student-Led Research Project and Exhibition
This student-led research and public engagement project will explore the history of the Arts Faculty and student experience at the University of Warwick. Undergraduate and postgraduate students from across Arts will work collaboratively to conduct archival research at the Modern Records Centre and Students’ Union and interviews with staff and students, past and present.
The project will culminate in an exhibition at the Modern Records Centre in June 2020. Project contributors will also produce a project/exhibition webpage and have the opportunity to publish in a special issue of Exchanges.
This project is planned to coincide with the Faculty’s move into the new Arts Faculty building in 2021 and the exhibition materials will be subsequently hosted in the foyer of the new Faculty of Arts Building. The project is funded by the Institute of Advanced Teaching and Learning (IATL).
Staff, students and alumni who want to get involved should email Dr Kathryn Woods email@example.com
Digital Arts Lab Showcase and Competition
Current Faculty of students are invited to submit their work to the Digital Arts Lab Competition and Showcase 2020! There are four submission categories:
- digital artefact (image, performance, audio, object)
- academic work on digital themes
The deadline for submission is the 27th April 2020. The Showcase will be hosted in the Oculus on the 21st and 22nd May 2020.
Student Pre-Arrival Resource
In 2019, Dr Kathryn Woods (Director of Student Experience) and Dr Damien Homer (Widening Participation Co-ordinator) developed an online learning resource for pre-arrival students with a group of current students. The resource includes a mixture of video and interactive activities which introduce pre-arrival students to life and learning at University (hoping to dispel some of the anxieties around coming to University). Find out more about the project here. Current students can access the moodle resource here.