Please read a letter from Rachel Sandby-Thomas to the Warwick community regarding the next steps following the group chat incident.
Peter Gayward, the University’s very first Finance Officer, has left a donation to Warwick following his death in 2018. Find out more about Peter and his work at Warwick.
As part of our commitment to improving the health and wellbeing of our staff, we’re asking you to a complete a short, anonymous, health needs assessment survey. Find out more.
Learn more about the National Student Survey (NSS), which captures the views of final year undergraduates on their learning experience, and get resources to help you encourage participation.
Congratulations to Chris Hughes, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education), who has gained recognition as a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA). Whether you are just setting out or leading learning and teaching at strategic level, Warwick offers a pathway to HEA Fellowship.
Roberta Wooldridge Smith has been appointed as Warwick’s first Director of Student Opportunity, with effect from 1 March. Find out more about the role and Roberta.
Are you a supervisor of PhDs? How could the University better support you in your role? Share your ideas with your peers to inform proposals for developing support and training for supervisors. Find out more and register your interest.
Wellbeing Support Services is offering twilight drop in sessions dedicated to students and staff affected by the events surrounding the group chat.
The University is saddened by news of the death of Professor Ronnie Mulryne, who died on Monday 28 January 2019. Ronnie joined the Department of English in 1977 and among his many University roles he was Director of the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance from the 1980s to 2003. On his retirement from Warwick in 2004 Ronnie was made Professor Emeritus and continued to be an active scholar, editor, conference convenor and participant.