You can now book spaces on campus for teaching and extracurricular activities outside the Oculus, Chaplaincy and at Westwood. Book online, and check risk assessment requirements.
Staff who are members of USS, or eligible to be members of USS, are invited to attend webinars to find out more about the 2020 scheme valuation and what it means for employers and members. See the dates and time available.
Black and Asian families in the UK suffer persistent inequities in birth and children’s early years' experiences and health outcomes. See how we are working together with world-leading experts in biological and social sciences, health care delivery and policy, and black and Asian community organisations to co-design and trial bold solutions.
To succeed Caroline Meyer, the University is seeking to appoint a Vice-Provost and Chair of the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Medicine to provide strong academic leadership as we continue to implement our refocused strategy in times of significant opportunity and challenge to the HE sector.
The Rainbow Allies Programme is now open for new Allies to register to help empower members of our community to create an open, safe and inclusive environment for all LGBTQUA+ colleagues, students, and visitors at Warwick. Learn more about the resources available, upcoming training (12 May) and initiatives and how you can get involved.
Do you know an individual or team who has contributed to the enhancement of ED&I at Warwick? Put them forward for a new award by telling us how they have contributed to creating a safe, inclusive, and tolerant environment for staff and students.
Hear about technology enhanced active learning practice, research, ideas and experiences. Topics include wellbeing in the online environment and how to take forward the positives from our learning during the pandemic. Open to all staff and students. View the programme and register.
Join this WIHEA workshop on 24 May, focused on capturing good practices, gaining recognition and mentoring support for teaching and learning work. Find out more and book your place.
We are delighted to announce that Sonia Bhalotra, Professor of Economics, is one of four winners of the International Economics Association (IEA) Fellowship.