Congratulations to Dr Jagjeet Jutley-Neilson who was Commended in the Collaborative Awards as part of the Tackling Racial Inequality at Warwick (TRIW) team. Read about their work here.
Commended - Tackling Racial Inequality at Warwick (TRIW)
The TRIW team, through the delivery of our anti-racism staff development programme, has contributed to making Warwick a more inclusive place for all members of our community by ensuring racial diversity is recognised, understood and valued. By better preparing staff to engage with Warwick’s diverse student body, both inside and outside the classroom, our programme ensures staff appreciate and value Warwick’s racial diversity and provides them with the tools to engage with such diversity. In doing so, we aim to make Warwick a more attractive institution for students of colour through demonstrating the institution’s active commitment to anti-racism.
About Tackling Racial Inequality at Warwick
The TRIW Team is led by Dr Anil Awesti (CLL), and in 2021-22 includes Mark Hinton (CLL), Dr Lydia Plath (History), Anne Wilson (Student Opportunity), Poonam Pedley (Student Opportunity), Lisa Field (Strategy Group), Dr Modupe Jimoh (Engineering), and Dr Jagjeet Jutley-Neilson (Psychology). In 2019-2020, the Team also included Dr Meleisa Ono-George (Oxford) and Prof Paul Warmington (Coventry).
Hugely proud that Dr Gemma Gray has been awarded a Warwick Award for Personal Tutoring Excellence. Read more here.
Our Warwick Awards for Personal Tutoring Excellence recognise staff who have made an outstanding contribution to the support of students through the University's personal tutoring system. Nominations come from the Warwick community. We received more nominations than ever before this year from both students and staff, reflecting the continued commitment to personal tutoring across the University and the important impact that this has on the student experience.
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).