Read Warwick’s latest research stories
Our researchers are pointing the way ahead, towards a better, fairer future. View their latest perspectives and insights on the Research Stories webpagesLink opens in a new window. For example, ‘The way ahead for plastic pollution is to challenge industry and corporations on environmental damageLink opens in a new window’.
Applications are open for grants of up to £3,000 to support public and community engagement activities that help build strategic relationships with local, regional, and national community partners, groups or organisations. Apply by 30 October, via the Warwick Institute of Engagement Collaboration and Co-Production FundLink opens in a new window.
The deadline has been extended to 25 September to allow more staff to volunteer at our student Open Days on 8 and 22 October. Please find out what’s involved and register your interestLink opens in a new window.
Become an accredited mediator with subsidised online training. Experience is not necessary. Find out more, including the course dates and how to bookLink opens in a new window.
Providing spiritual provision for staffLink opens in a new window and students of all faiths and none, the Chaplaincy invites you to events during Welcome WeekLink opens in a new window and throughout term; also, a quieter place for students to study, make friends, and enjoy a weekly community lunch. Additionally, the Chaplaincy is searching for a practising Hindu staff member to assist as a Faith Adviser.
Register for a webinarLink opens in a new window highlighting the challenges faced by ECRs and what to do to overcome them. Taking place on 28 September, brought to you by the British Academy Early Career Researcher Network in partnership with jobs.ac.uk.
See how you could help develop creative and innovative concepts, ideas and products that can make life better in Coventry. Join the Coventry Cultural ChallengeLink opens in a new window, bringing together cultural stakeholders, researchers, data scientists, analysts, artists and coders to address a range of thematic questions, aided by unprecedented access to big data from Coventry’s year as the UK City of Culture.
If you travel to campus using the A46 Stoneleigh Junction, you may wish to find out more about the road diversions in place between 30 September and 6 NovemberLink opens in a new window, while Warwickshire County Council make safety and traffic flow improvements.