Your chance to present at the British Conference of Undergraduate Research virtually, 12 - 13 April 2021 Submit your abstract here. Undergraduates of all levels are invited to submit papers, to present posters, creative show and tell, oral presentations and performances to the Conference. The deadline for submission of abstracts is midnight Thursday 24th January 2021.
Two students who have taken IATL modules have written blogs about their experiences.
What does IATL mean? What does IATL do? Is it true that students have freedom over their assessments at IATL? Can students & staff receive funding for an idea?
Want to hear more about IATL? Join the 2 IATL Co-Creation Officers Lanaire and Pula on our instagram @iatlwarwick at 1pm on the 28th of October.
Despite COVID-19, ICUR 2020 will be going ahead as planned on the 29th-30th September 2020. Due to our existing digital infrastructure, ICUR is in a unique position to pivot the mode of delivery in order to accommodate pandemic restrictions. ICUR may look a little different this year, but it will still facilitate and encourage interdisciplinary networking and discussion for undergraduates from around the world.
Spoken presentations will take place via webinars linking students from thirteen institutions on five continents, in a hybrid remote and on-campus format, and audiences will be able to connect to any session, taking place in any time zone, via our new ICUR App. Virtual poster presentations will also be accessible throughout the 48-hour event. To register your interest in attending the conference virtually and to receive information on downloading and registering via our App in September, please fill out our audience registration form at icurportal.com now.
The Then & Now project was conceived by Dr. Kathryn Woods, formerly Director of Student Experience for the Arts Faculty, to coincide with the faculty’s move into a new building in 2021. The main research aim of this student-led project was to explore the experiences of Arts and Humanities students at Warwick from 1965 to the present. In addition to tapping directly into the experiences of current and former students through oral history interviews, the project examined the art and architectural heritage of the Humanities building, the evolution and expansion of the courses and departments within the faculty, the extra-curricular sides of student life (socialising, sports and societies, student politics) which contribute so much to the vibrancy of Warwick’s campus, and attitudes towards inclusivity and widening participation.
We are delighted to share the news that Dr Elena Riva, IATL Director of Studies and Associate Professor, has won the Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence as well as IATL Associate Tutor Dr Bo Kelestyn (Chemistry)
Insights from the Editor, Reinvention Volume 13 Issue 1. The benefits of already working remotely during COVID-19.
The online module fair took place on the 29th of April, allowing students to listen to presentations and ask questions about the different modules. You can read more about the event and view the presentations online here.
Our students share their experiences, thoughts and career ambitions following completion of the MSc Humanitarian Engineering and variants.
International Conference of Undergraduate Research, on the 29-30th September 2020, is still open to you and that the conference, and therefore the current Call for Abstracts, is still going ahead.