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Outreach and Widening Participation

The School for Cross-faculty Studies grounds its pedagogical vision in facilitating transformative social, economic and environmental change through interdisciplinary research and teaching. We embrace a problem-based learning approach, treating all disciplinary backgrounds as essential in order to create solutions to societies' most pressing problems. The School's Global Sustainable Development and Liberal Arts departments offer Outreach and Widening Participation programmes designed to introduce students between the age of 14-18 to our method of teaching and learning, and the Big Questions our degree courses pose. We are firmly commited to contributing to a Widening Participation programmes, aiming to empower and enable all individuals to have full access to our challenging and inspiring degrees.

We are able to tailor our GSD and Liberal Arts programmes to your requirements, so please do get in touch with either of our Outreach Co-Ordinators, Dr Marta Guerriero (GSD) or Dr Kirsen Harris (Liberal Arts), to find out more.

Up-coming Events

In July 2019 we will be contributing to Warwick's Pre-University Summer School - a ten-night, fully-inclusive residential Summer School which provides an opportunity for pupils to experience a taste of undergraduate teaching at Warwick and to live on campus for a week. To find out more, including the entry criteria, visit the Summer School's web pages. Sutton Scholars presentation

Global Sustainable Development Programmes

Contact: Dr Marta Guerriero (M.Guerriero@warwick.ac.uk)

Previous commitments:

  • Warwick Sutton Scholars Year 9 Programme
  • Year 12 Essay Competition
  • Year 12 'University Taster Day'
  • Year 12 'Experience Warwick Summer School'

Previous session titles:

  • A Sustainable Food Trail
  • Managing Natural Resources: Designing a Marine Protected Area
  • Overfishing and the Tragedy of the Commons
  • What is Global Sustainable Development?
  • The Global Food System

Liberal Arts Programmes

Contact: Dr Kirsten Harris (k.harris.1@warwick.ac.uk)

More information to be provided shortly.