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Faculty of Arts Building Mural - Get Involved

Construction for a new Faculty of Arts Building is underway on the University of Warwick campus. It will be a building for everyone, with a range of mixed teaching and study spaces, lecture facilities, a café and exhibition space for our entire community to enjoy.

We have commissioned Matthew Raw to create a large-scale mural, and he would like your inspiration. He has created an easy-to-do activity pack for people of all ages to complete and share with him. It's made up of some more information about the project and then some simple colour exercises – where there can be no wrong answers!


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Student Opportunities

Student Opportunities are promoting their Global Connections club which meets for regular virtual catch ups. They have also set up a Global Challenge for weekend activities:

 

Global Challenge www.warwick.ac.uk/globalconnections/challenge 

 

Global Connections Club events www.warwick.ac.uk/globalconnections

 

The wildlife survey information is now online and is available for students to view and download. There is some background blurb on the webpage as well as detailed information about how to get involved and undertake the campus surveys. In addition there are identification guides and survey sheets for download.

Mon 11 May 2020, 08:50 | Tags: Student Events Outreach

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Warwick Sutton Scholars 2021: Food and sustainable development

Vegetables including kale, peppers, and butternut squash lined up on supermarket shelves

Warwick Sutton Scholars is a two-year programme for Year 8 and 9 students from under-represented backgrounds in higher education across the West Midlands. Coordinated by Warwick's Widening Participation and Outreach team, the aim of the programme is to inspire students to consider university as an option for the future.

The Year 9 programme is run in collaboration with the GSD Department. Due to the pandemic, this year the programme was run entirely online, with more (shorter) events. The participants worked in groups on a research project titled 'Every Plate Tells a Story', aimed at addressing a problem linked to food and sustainable development. They established a research question, conducted primary research (surveys), and designed an intervention aimed at tackling the problem.


Liberal Arts Read more from Liberal Arts News

Sutton Trust Summer School 2020: Liberal Arts and The Colonial Hangover

At the end of July Liberal Arts collaborated with Politics and International Studies to deliver an online Sutton Trust Summer School on the theme of “The Colonial Hangover.”

Mon 24 Aug 2020, 09:00 | Tags: Liberal Arts Outreach

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