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Postgraduate Graduation Celebration

Please join us for an online celebration of our Postgraduate graduands on Tuesday 2nd March at 1pm GMT. We would normally host a reception following the formal graduation ceremony on campus, which we have not been able to do this year, so we would like as many of you as possible to be part of congratulating them and wishing them well for their future. We look forward to seeing you there!

Please contact Claire McKeown if you would like details on how to join this event. Please note that this is not a formal graduation ceremony.

next Research Seminar - Wednesday 27th January 12pm

Our next research seminar is coming up on Wednesday 27th January at 12pm. We have two really interesting papers from Michael and Mengyao. All staff and postgraduate students are warmly invited to join so please feel free to share widely.

Paper 1: Dr Michael Wyness (Reader, DES) will be presenting 'Challenges to the bi-nuclear family: inter-generational relations and children as mediators'.

Paper 2: Mengyao Zhang (PGR, DES) will present a paper titled 'Benefits of children's participation in China: building up children's courage to express'.

Mon 18 Jan 2021, 11:59 | Tags: Events, Research, Michael Wyness

Warwick Education Studies events at the Festival of Social Sciences!

Join our Education Studies staff running events across this national festival. Our events include

‘Mental Health and Philosophy: The Disquieted Life Podcast Series’, and

‘Cracking: an audio play on fathers’ mental health’.

Events are wholly online and open to the public! For the full Warwick schedule and how to participate see:

Thu 12 Nov 2020, 11:00 | Tags: Emma Williams, Events, Society Strand, interdisciplinary

Coventry lockdown arts project online

The digital exhibition, Coventry Creates, will show the work of 18 local artists who worked in collaboration with researchers from Coventry University and the University of Warwick, as part of a commissioned project funded by the two institutions. Our Dr Mick Hammond worked with Gemma Foy on the project Twinning, the importance of internationalisation and peace and reconciliation

Tue 06 Oct 2020, 18:10 | Tags: Events, Research

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