Future leaders magazine selects final year students Rowchell Green and Michael Okojie as some of the “150 of the UK’s Most Outstanding African & African Caribbean Students and New Graduates”
Congratulations to our final year undergraduates, Rowchell Green and Michael Okojie, for being selected in the list of “150 of the UK’s Most Outstanding African & African Caribbean Students and New Graduates” by Future Leaders magazine. Rowchell is recognised for her work in Inspire, the society that tackles educational inequality in disadvantaged schools, and Micheal, for his work in Arts for Radio at Warwick, African and Caribbean Society and Black History Month. Check out more details at <https://www.flipsnack.com/futureleaders/future-leaders-2021-22-digi-version.html> (p.44 for Rowchell, p.46 for Michael).
Congratulations to PhD student Aleksandra Krogulska for receiving a Psychonomic Society's 2021 Graduate Conference Award
Congratulations to PhD student Aleksandra Krogulska who is one of 20 students (and the only person from the UK) to receive one of the Psychonomic Society's 2021 Graduate Conference Awards
These awards are given annually to graduate students who will be presenting their research at the 2021 Annual Meeting, November 4-7. Award recipients are recognised during the meeting and receive $1,000 USD.
Kim Wade and Nicole Tang have been promoted to Professor recognising among other things, their major contributions to impactful research. Find out more here. Congratulations Professor Tang and Professor Wade!
Read about recent research here:
Find out about Professor Nicole Tang work with the University's Wellbeing Services tracking and supporting the mental health of our students during the pandemic
Professor Kim Wade examines the problem with witness memory and Maximising the Value of Witness Evidence in Commercial Disputes