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Wed 29 Mar, '23
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Inspiring Women Networking Cafe Launch Event: The Power of Connecting Inspiring Women
University House Atrium

We’d like to invite you to the launch of the Inspiring Women at Warwick Networking Cafe. This will seek to raise the profile of the good work taking place at Warwick on increasing gender equity and also provide a platform for networking and collaboration.

The event will be introduced by Rachel Sandby-Thomas, followed by keynote speaker Professor Kiran Trehan of the University of York, who will talk about the power of connecting inspiring women. The event will highlight each of the individuals and teams recognised by the recent Warwick Gender Equality Awards, with a brief description of their contribution. This will be followed by networking over tea, coffee and pastries meet colleagues and find out more about their gender equality projects.

Sun 2 Apr, '23
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The Big Read – get into costume!

Would you be interested in dressing up as a fictional character for the day or doing a dramatic reading of a children’s book as part of the Big Read? The Warwick Institute of Engagement is hosting a celebration of reading aimed at children and young people. In Warwick Arts Centre, we’re being joined by children’s authors who will be running workshops, giving talks or chatting to guests in the foyer as well as staff and students from the university with stalls and activities related to reading. To make it even better we want to bring some characters to life and that is where we need you! We are renting professionally made book character costumes and we need people to wear them and wander the Arts Centre saying hello to guests and taking photos with them.

If you’re interested please fill in this form by Sunday 12th March and list ‘The Big Read – costume’ when prompted. Travel expenses up to £10 can be reimbursed and you’ll earn a Warwick Award point.

Wed 19 Apr, '23
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Public Engagement Masterclass: Talking Research to the Public

A relaxed, interactive workshop giving you tips, tricks and knowledge on the best (& worst) ways to present research, or other academic work, when you're looking to engage with public audiences. This workshop is perfect for anyone involved with public engagement events like Pint of Science or Resonate Lates.

Wed 10 May, '23
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Summer Careers Fair 2023
TBC

The Summer Careers Fair is the final Careers Fair of the academic year and offers you the opportunity to meet with a wide range of employers offering graduate positions, internships and work experience opportunities across a variety of sectors. Organisations are attending from the not for profit, media, healthcare, engineering, science and technology sectors as well as education, finance and retail amongst others! Come and explore your options with over 40 employers attending providing something of interest for all students and all degree disciplines!

Thu 11 May, '23
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Public Engagement Masterclass for students: Short Talk, Lasting Impression
Ramphal

Being able to describe what you do and why is an essential skill and this workshop will help you take your communication to the next level. Science Communicator and previous international 3MT winner Dr Jamie Gallagher will show you how to turn research into the most interesting, engaging and memorable presentation possible. Discover the hints and tips that will make your talk stand out from the crowd and how to banish nerves to give a confident performance.

Fri 12 May, '23
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Public Engagement Masterclass: Sharing your work with the public
Ramphal

This workshop will guide you through the ways to create engaging talks, videos, podcasts, activities and shows based on your research or your area of work. Through exercises and interaction participants will gain understanding of how to communicate more effectively whatever the setting. Ideal for groups or individuals working towards an event or looking for new ideas to share their work.

Wed 21 Jun, '23
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Public Engagement Masterclass: Maths Busking
Ramphal

Engage new audiences of all ages with the wonders of mathematics by joining our training to become a maths busker. Maths busking is the art of using street performance that surprises and delights passers by with entertaining routines deep rooted in maths.

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