First published in CommUnicate issue 333
Warwick Sport is a joint collaboration between the University’s Physical Education and Sport Department and the Students' Union. Its board is chaired by former Olympic athlete Dave Moorcroft, and its aim is to enable all University members to engage in sport and physical activity.
First published in CommUnicate issue 332
Located on the ground floor of the Humanities Building, the recently refurbished Language Centre exists to provide language tuition and training to students and staff at the University, as well as businesses and the local community.
First published in CommUnicate issue 328
2009 sees the Centre for Lifelong Learning celebrating 25 years of open studies. Here, Dr. Russell Moseley, director of the Centre, gives his thoughts on the achievements of the Centre and the challenges ahead.
First published in CommUnicate issue 325
jobs.ac.uk was Created in January 1998 by the Universities Advertising Group (UAG) with the aim of providing a cost effective alternative to traditional print media for the Higher Education sector. Since our launch we have grown to become the leading recruitment website for careers in research, science, academic and related professions.
First published in CommUnicate issue 324
Following its official opening by Prime Minister Gordon Brown on 25 July, work has been ongoing on the Digital Lab. Zoe Howard, Head of Communications at Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG), gives CommUnicate an insight into this exciting new facility.
First published in CommUnicate issue 322
The Estates Office’s targets are to manage the Building and Maintenance projects throughout the campus in an effective and cost-efficient way, minimising disruption to the University community as much as possible. We are supported by a finance and purchasing section that carry out EU tendering procedures, place purchase orders, and provide advice and support to officers.
The Centre for Evidence in Ethnicity, Health and Diversity (CEEHD) aims to ensure that research evidence contributes more fully to the development of effective and efficient policies and practices in the important area of ethnicity and health.
Warwick Complexity Complex aims to connect and develop interdisciplinary research in complexity science at all levels. They look to foster break-throughs in the principles and applications of complexity science, and to sustain a lively intellectual and practically based environment for complexity science. In addition, The Complexity Science Doctoral Training Centre (DTC) is funded by EPSRC to train a new generation at PhD level to understand, control and design complex systems.
The CSW Sport Team, who are based at the University, is a partnership of organisations who have committed to work together to develop sport and active recreation throughout Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire. It is one of 6 sub regional County Sports Partnerships (CSPs) within the West Midlands and one of 49 across England.
The role of the Centre for Student Development and Enterprise (CSDE) is to enhance student learning, research and enterprise through independent programmes and resources to make students more effective in academic life. It does this for undergraduates through accredited modules, e-learning and personal development planning and for postgraduates through professional and research development and a skills training programme.