The Trust will officially begin its programme in May 2021 and run for twelve months until May 2022. In the light of recent events, the year is now more important than ever and gives us the opportunity to play our part in the reset and recovery of the country. To keep up to date with the latest news and updates, check out Warwick’s City of Culture web pages.
See how Warwick’s Oral History Network team have been supporting a project interviewing local residents to record the oral history of the area and collect memories of the Binley Colliery.
Let us know how you’re celebrating the end of term. Bonus points if you converted your room/ home into a place fit for a virtual/ socially distanced party and share your celebrations with us.
NAIC Café will be re-opening on Monday 6 July, open Monday – Friday, 8am – 2pm serving bacon rolls, pastries, hot snacks, hot and cold drinks and sandwiches. Takeaway only.
Hear from Rebecca Silver from Research and Impact Services about her experiences volunteering at small charity for children with special needs and their families.
Hear from WBS BSc Management student, Shubh who shares how societies have adapted to keeping their members connected during these challenging times.
Trudie Donnelly, Organisational Development Director, shares how she’s adjusted to change over the past few months and looks at how we process change.
Biological Sciences student Phoebe shares her thoughts on the new Warwick Online Learning Certificate, developed to give all first-year undergraduates the skills and confidence to be effective online learners.
Your carbon footprint is the amount of greenhouse gases that you produce as you live your life. Find out how you can calculate your environmental footprint.