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Stay informed

As the academic year gets underway, take a look at the range of ways to stay informed about what’s happening at Warwick.

Key communication channels

  • Set insite, the staff portal, as your web browser homepage to see the latest University-wide updates and news
  • Check inbox insite, the weekly all-staff email for a summary of updates, news and key events

Other ways to keep up to date

Your department

All departments have their own local means of keeping in touch on key developments, changes and opportunities to get involved – from newsletters to coffee mornings and email bulletins.

Departmental e-newsletters

Some departments share updates about what they’re doing via e-newsletters, and publish these online so you can so you can find out more about what other teams and departments are doing when it suits you. Visit the Departmental e-newsletters page to see what’s there, and to share your own department’s newsletter.

Vice-Chancellor video messages

Hear from Stuart Croft, Vice-Chancellor, on strategy, key issues and national policy and sector developments in video messages. Look out for these on insite and in inbox insite.

Vice-Provosts meetings

The Vice-Provosts (Chairs of Faculty) meet with Heads of Department in their area on a weekly basis to share updates and get feedback.

Heads of Department bulletins

The Communications team sends an email to all heads of department as needed with key news for action, information, and items coming up. Heads of Departments are welcome to share these bulletins with their teams.

Strategy Network Sessions

The Strategy Networks are two hour sessions, for in person or online attendance and open to all staff. Each of the monthly slots will cover an update on one of the strategic priorities by each area lead and include time for questions.

Please complete the form to register for the Strategy Network Sessions via Teams or in-person.

Informal catch-ups for professional services

Join Rachel Sandby-Thomas, Registrar, for an informal catch up on institutional developments and network with colleagues at professional services coffee mornings.

MyWarwick App

Download the MyWarwick App (for free from the Google Play store or the Apple App store) to receive alerts on urgent news and emergencies, check emails, view the campus map, get bus times, see a weather forecast and more.

Got some news to share?

Submit an idea through our online form or contact us at internalcomms at warwick dot ac dot uk

If you'd like your content to be considered for the inbox insite staff newsletter, please give as much notice as possible, and note the deadlines.

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Our student communications

To keep informed about our communications to current students, see our regular newsletters and other student emails.