What should the future of STEM at Warwick look like? The STEM Grand Challenge team are looking at what facilities and infrastructure will be needed to continue to deliver world-class education and research in 2030. Have your say by taking part in the short survey.
We celebrated completing the second stage of the Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building with a ‘topping out’ ceremony. Discover the benefit the new £54.3M building at Gibbet Hill will have for research, staff and students once completed.
Exams and revision can be tough going, but there are many ways students can get support and stay relaxed during the exam period. Find out more.
Have your say on the future of retail loyalty and reward at Warwick. Take part in the survey by 27 March.
Explore what makes higher education meaningful. View the programme and book your place now.
A critical part of reviewing our reporting and discipline processes for discrimination, harassment and hate crime is to listen to viewpoints from across our community. Share your views, which will inform the provision of support and training and help to shape our processes.
Hear from Christine Ennew, Provost, on Green Week and upcoming changes to our travel policy and our investment policy, as part of our responsibilities to help combat climate change.
Will you be organising events to help new students to settle in, make friends and adapt to their new learning environment? Let the Welcome Week team know your plans by 19 April. Submit your events, get updated guidance or join a drop in session.
Share your thoughts on what you would like to see, hear and do at the next conference for professional services staff across the University; join a drop in session to find out more and feed back.