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Wed 2 Jun, '21 - Tue 15 Jun, '21
15:00 - 15:45
GTAs PGR Tea(chers): Towhid Kahn - lightning talk comparing the different pedagogical cultures at Warwick and a Bangladeshi University
TEAMS

Runs from Wednesday, June 02 to Tuesday, June 15.

posted in Teaching Café / Postgraduate Teachers (GTAs) at 19 May 2021 13:43:16
 
Tue 15 Jun, '21 - Thu 24 Jun, '21
All-day
RAS and PhD event: Warwick i2i programme

Runs from Tuesday, June 15 to Thursday, June 24.

Wed 16 Jun, '21
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Language and Learning Group Seminars: Noorin Rodenhurst/Marion Coumel

More details coming.

Contact: Jacob Barker

Fri 18 Jun, '21
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Enabling Diversity Access Higher Education and Work - webinar
This online webinar will provide an opportunity to gain valuable insights from members of our alumni community and Warwick’s Director of Social Inclusion, on how individuals and organisations can enable diversity in higher education and the workplace.

During the webinar, Elham Fardad (MBA 1999-2004, Founder and CEO of the charity Migrant Leaders, Co-Founder and CEO of ID Inclusion) will share insights from her experiences assisting young people from diverse backgrounds to overcome barriers in accessing higher education, through the support of mentoring programmes.

Justin Onuekwusi (BSc Economics 2000-2003, Head of Retail Multi-Asset Funds, Legal & General Investment Management) will speak from his experience in supporting people to achieve their potential at work, with a focus on creating more black senior leaders in the asset management industry. Whilst Kulbir Shergill, Director of Social Inclusion will share some of Warwick’s initiatives to empower Warwick employees to succeed.

A recording of this event will be made available shortly afterwards. All who have registered for the event will receive a link to the recording by email.

Fri 18 Jun, '21
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Reading Group: Joseph Henrich's "The Weirdest People in the World"
Email for TEAMS link

I'd like to invite you to join us in reading and discussing Joseph Henrich's 'The Weirdest People in the World'.

Dates are starting April 23, 2021, from 3-4pm, then bi-weekly following that (the next meeting is Friday May 7th, and so on).

We'll read about 100 pages every two weeks and hear your views at the time of the meeting.

If you'd like an invitation to the Teams meeting, please send me an email.

Thomas


Professor Thomas Hills
University of Warwick
Director, Bridges-Leverhulme Doctoral Training Centre in Mathematical and Social Sciences
Mb: +044 (0)752 120 5683

Tue 22 Jun, '21
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Research Active Staff: Academic Writing: Strategies for increasing quality and success when Writing for Publication
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Tue 22 Jun, '21
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BPS DPS Distinguished Contribution Award Talk: Professor Dieter Wolke
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Tue 22 Jun, '21
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DPS Distinguished Contribution Award Talk: Dieter Wolke

In this talk Professor Dieter Wolke will deliver his Developmental Psychology Section 2020 Distinguished Contribution Award Talk: ‘Born at risk or into risk environments: Consequences for development into adulthood’. After the talk there will be time for questions.

For more information on Professor Wolke’s research please  see here.

Thu 24 Jun, '21 - Fri 25 Jun, '21
All-day
AHRC Cities of Culture Network: The Coventry Cultural Policy & Evaluation Summit

Runs from Thursday, June 24 to Friday, June 25.

Wed 30 Jun, '21
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Research Active Staff: Making an Impact in CVs and applications
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Wed 30 Jun, '21
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Research Active Staff: Making an Impact in Interviews
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Wed 30 Jun, '21
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Language and Learning Group Seminar: Marta Wesierska

More details coming.

Contact: Jacob Barker

Tue 28 Sep, '21 - Wed 29 Sep, '21
All-day
ICUR 2021 International Conference of Undergraduate Research

Runs from Tuesday, September 28 to Wednesday, September 29.

The ninth annual International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR) will be held on 28-29th September 2021 and we are now accepting abstract submissions from undergraduates from Warwick and our international partner institutions. Supported by the Monash Warwick Alliance, ICUR gives students the opportunity to present their research and link with fellow presenters. Research is presented in joint sessions, linked via video-conferencing technology, either on campus or through the virtual conferencing centre hosted via the ICUR App. We look forward to receiving abstract submissions from research-active students from across all departments at Warwick.

Students are invited to submit their abstracts here before the deadline of midnight on 2 June 2021. Find out more about ICUR via the ICUR Portal.