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Spring Wildlife Photography Competition

Runs from Wednesday, May 01 to Sunday, June 16.

The Wildlife Photography Competition returns for Spring! The competition will run from 01 May 2024 at 12pm to 16 June 2024 at 9am. It is open to staff and students. There are two categories:

1. Wildlife on campus

2. Wildlife in your local area

The competition will be judged by the Energy and Sustainability Team on 20 June 2024.

The winner of each category will receive a £25 voucher which can be used at the Warwick Students Union’s Zero Waste Shop and will be featured in the June/July edition of our Green Champions Newsletter.

Please note that we reserve the right to hold cancel, suspend or amend the Competition where it becomes necessary to do so.

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Acting on Climate
0.20 FAB

Join the symposium for thought-provoking discussions, interactive workshops and a live performance at the FAB. Register by Friday 31 May.

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Lecture: Repurposing Tomyris
International Symposium, University of Warwick

Monday 3 June 
Most of the heroic women of classical literature and history who defied mighty empires ended up defeated, dead, or both. The exception is Tomyris, Queen of the Massagetae. This talk – led by Professor Edith Hall (University of Durham) – traces her repurposing in art and literature.

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WIHEA Fellowship Recruitment Information Session

An information session for colleagues interested in applying for WIHEA Fellowship, or supporting the nomination of a fellow staff member or student. To register your interest in attending, please email

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SBIDER seminar
B3.03, Zeeman Building

SBIDER seminar (Zeeman Institute)

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Higher education in Africa in the era of artificial intelligence (AI)
Oculus 0.03, and online

Monday 3 June 
You’re invited to the annual Distinguished Africa Lecture – join Professor Tshilidzi Marwala, the United Nations University Rector, as he considers Africa’s higher education sector in the era of AI.