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Restorative Justice in HE Webinar

It can be difficult to know how to begin becoming a restorative university. Suzanne Belleci is the Director of the Center for Restorative Practices at Amherst College, Massachusetts, US and, together with members of her team, will share her experiences of introducing restorative practices into a US University.

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Psychology Guest Speaker: "Hello, Hola, Nihao: Unravelling the relationship between personality and language"
H0.44 Humanities

Professor Michelle Yik, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

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Katrina Palmer: What’s Already Going On
Warwick Arts Centre

Join us for the opening our spring exhibition, Katrina Palmer's 'What's Already Going On'. This show marks Palmer's largest commission to date and the gallery's most radical transformation yet, featuring sculptures, drawings, and moving images that challenge and inspire visitors to think about sculpture in a new way. The Gallery is open Tue-Sun 11am-8pm, don't miss this opportunity to see Palmer's thought-provoking work and be a part of this exciting art experience. We hope to see you there.

It's free and there's no need to book!