Congratulations to Professor Anne Girretson and Professor Shirin Rai who have been elected as Fellows of the British Academy in recognition of their contribution to the social sciences, humanities and the arts.
Professor Gabrielle Lynch and Clare Watters are the successful candidates from the recent elections for Assembly Representatives on the Senate. Find out more about the vote.
See how we're working in partnership with UHCW to bring together different perspectives, experiences and expertise to find and develop the next big innovations in healthcare transformation, through the new West Midlands Health and Wellbeing Innovation Network.
Find out more about Professor Margaret Low, from her ongoing commitment to widening participation, outreach and public engagement during her time at Warwick to her thoughts on recently being awarded an MBE.
Hear what inspires Kaneeka Kapur, one of our Law students who has been awarded the 2021 Diana Award, and her hopes for Pardesi - a social action platform to provide a space for South Asian women to be heard, seen and celebrated.
Join a six-week writing programme from 29 July, encouraging you to set aside 2 hours a week to prioritise writing up important, self-determined work with a view to publishing. Find out more and sign up.
Thursday 29 July is Earth Overshoot Day, marking the date when humanity’s demand for ecological resources and services in a given year exceeds what Earth can regenerate in that year. Find out how this is calculated and what you can do to #MoveTheDate back to 31 December by reducing our consumption and destruction of our natural resources.
Hear from Chris Ennew as she discusses Warwick’s ground-breaking research to address the climate emergency and our role in the green transport revolution.
Last week marked 100 days until the UK hosts the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow. Hear Professor Joao Porto De Albuquerque, Director at the University of Warwick’s Institute of Global Sustainable Development discuss what actions need to be agreed in order for the summit to be considered a success.