Over the next two weeks we’ll be celebrating with our students as they graduate. Here’s what you need to know, including travel arrangements.
Bookings for the British Science Festival 2019 are now open. This year's line-up is notable for its diverse and entertaining programme of events.
Rev'd Mark Rowland, who is currently Minister of the Methodist Central Hall in Coventry city centre, will join the Chaplaincy Team in September. Mark brings a wealth of experience in religious and academic contexts and we are confident of his ability to support students and staff of all faiths or of no faith.
Two members of the Warwick community have been announced as recipients in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
Support the Women's Tour cyclists as they travel through campus on Thursday 13 June.
A young man has been taken to hospital after falling from our maths and statistics building today.
The Chaplaincy is currently seeking members for its newly formed Reference Group. The Group which meets three times a year, provides a space for debate, reflection and accountability for the Chaplaincy. In its terms of reference, the group has space in its membership for ‘academics with a faith interest’ and would be delighted to discuss a possible role with academic staff who might be interested in joining. In particular, the group would welcome hearing from academics who have a personal faith and/or academic interests in faiths outside of the Abrahamic traditions.
Scouting for Girls will be our exciting headline music act on 24 June! Find out more and book your free tickets.
How could we improve the way students find out about and access help, guidance and opportunities? Join a workshop to share your ideas and discuss the requirements and challenges.