The University of Warwick will proudly host World Congress on Undergraduate Research & British Conference of Undergraduate Research in a joint celebration of undergraduate research 4th-6th April 2023, the call for abstracts will open July 2022.
The Global South Initiative’s first conference, When the Marginalised Speak, this Thursday and Friday in the Faculty of Arts building.
Black Poetry Anthology Out Now
The Reclaim Project was recently funded by IATL and is a collective of poets and creatives of black heritage within the University. Earlier this month the project team released their first poetry anthology titled, 'On Blackness and Belonging', comprised of poetry from talented writers. The book chronicles the black experience first-hand, encompassing and creatively reconsidering the idea of black fracture and challenging monolithic discourses of blackness within academia. It is definitely a must read.
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Creating Digital Futures will offer students the opportunity to work in diverse interdisciplinary teams in response to a digital innovation competition brief set by Warwick’s Creative Features incubator.
We are delighted to share the news that Théo Aiolfi, one of our Early Career Teaching Fellows, has been awarded a two-year postdoctoral position as an EUTOPIA Science and Innovation Fellow (SIF) at CY Cergy Paris University starting in September, with an internal secondment at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) in the second year of the project.
Students from IATL's Science of Music module visited the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire last term as part of IATL's new collaboration with students and staff from the Conservatoire. Several students from the Conservatoire took the opportunity to do a work placement as part of their studies by supporting Warwick staff on the module while, in return, Warwick students were able to explore the different musical performance spaces and acoustics in the new Conservatoire building. Angel Addo blogged the day.
IATL's Science of Music module inspired an event "Resonate: a string, a concert hall, a universe" at the Resonate festival. Some demonstrations were based on module's student projects and some involved balloons - always fun! The atmosphere was great, and it received lots of praise from the attendees. The performance with elements of electronic music and physics demonstrations was talking about resonance in physics and music and was developed by the team from Physics Department: Oksana Trushkevych, Gavin Bell, Rachel Edwards, Tim Cunnimgham and Sue Burrows - the team behind the IATL's Science of Music. *The link below is to the Resonate section on WIE website, scrolling down there are photos from our event (with balloons). The uploaded photo is chosen as the slide mentions the student project. Feel free to choose other photos if they will work better (there are some nice ones with the audience - or with three presenters.
Join us for this short online information session to find out about IATL and the modules we offer. There will be a welcome from IATL's Head of Department, Professor Jonathan Heron and IATL module convenors followed by a chance for you to ask your questions. Please click here to register.
Reinvention Journal's new Special Issue on the theme of intertextuality, myth and poetry is now available to read online, showcasing research and poetry by the 2020/21 cohort of students on the Reeling and Writhing module at the University of Warwick
The first of our 2 annual Student Focus Groups took place on Weds 2nd February, chaired by IATL’s co-creator Wiki Jeglinska
IATL’s Student Voice Reps are some of our unsung heroes. They are the team of students who volunteer (or are volunteered) to represent the opinions, thoughts and experiences of the students on our modules, not just at the end of the module, but as it is happening, right in the heart of the learning. The insights they provide feed into our module reviews, evaluations and inform our action plans. They have made a huge impact, from helping us redesign our module pages to consulting on assessments and new modules.