The Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES) closes today, 17 May. This national survey provides the chance for PG researchers to tell us about their experience, allowing us to identify areas for celebration and where more work may be needed.
From May 2021 all eligible students receiving an award from the University of Warwick will automatically receive a digital award certificate, enabling graduates to choose to share their digital certificate securely with prospective employers, universities and other third parties.
The University is deeply saddened by news of the death of former Vice-Chancellor Dr Clark Brundin.
Today, we’re launching Way to Sustainable, a microsite on our approach to addressing challenges being discussed at the 26th UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) and the wider sustainability agenda.
In parallel, the Institute for Global Sustainable Development has developed a researcher directory and list of research opportunities in the run up to COP26. If you’re a climate researcher and wish to be listed, please contact Stephanie Whitehead on S.Whitehead@warwick.ac.uk
Congratulations to Warwick Foundation Studies, CEDAR, and WMG who have all been successful in obtaining Athena SWAN awards, in recognition of their commitment to ensuring inclusivity, diversity and equality of opportunity for all.
Please give your feedback on the 2020 USS scheme valuation. You can also attend a briefing session or watch a recording, and see the latest FAQs. Complete the staff survey by 15 May to share your views.
As part of Business Continuity Awareness Week, join the Risk and Resilience Team on 18 and 20 May to discuss the topic. Also see guidance and hear from people already well underway with BC planning on our refreshed webpages.
Join Rachel Sandby-Thomas, for a Professional Services coffee morning on 21 May. This is an informal way to catch-up on institutional developments, as well as network across our teams.
Join the Forum for Leaders of Inclusive Cultures on 26 May for a session on 'Leadership and Language' and why language matters when addressing the issue of gender inequality.