University Business: ‘Warwick is, and has been since its foundation, a European university’ - Prof Stuart Croft
"Universities should indeed be internationally connected centres of knowledge that encourage the movement of people and ideas to improve wider society — and that is precisely the focus of our EUTOPIA partnership."
Professor Stuart Croft, Vice-Chancellor and President of the University of Warwick, writes in University Business about the EUTOPIA community of European campuses, which commenced its ERASMUS+ 'European Universities' project this month. (December 2019).
Slovenia's biggest national newspaper, Delo, reports on the start of the official start of the ERASMUS+ 'European Universities' pilot for the EUTOPIA network, and the meeting of the partner universities in Ljubljana. (December 2019).
Slovenian press agency STA reports that the EUTOPIA project by six European universities to develop a new model of internationally connected, inclusive, student-led higher education officially kicked off in Ljubljana on Monday. (December 2019)
La Vanguardia in Barcelona reports on the commencement of the EUTOPIA community's project to build the European university of the future, dedicated to inclusivity, openness, and improving the lives of citizens across the continent. (December 2019).
The start of the ERASMUS+ 'European Universities' project began this week for the EUTOPIA community of six campuses across the continent. We are already teaching European students across multiple countries. Spain's El Economista covered the news. (December 2019).
EUTOPIA, a next-generation teaching and research community of six European universities, which was successful in its selection to be part of the Erasmus+ ‘European Universities’ Programme this year, officially begins its project today, 1st December 2019.
"We see it as a great opportunity to create a truly European university model" - Professor Seán Hand, Deputy Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Europe) at the University of Warwick quoted in The PIE News about the EUTOPIA network of European campuses - including Warwick - working together create a new form of open, inclusive higher education across the continent. (November 2019)
Dr David Lees, from the School of Modern Languages and Cultures, comments on the banning of religious symbols in France, and the significance of secularism in French society. France24 (October 2019). Also in Yahoo UK.
Radio Canada: Halloween - l’excès de sucre ne serait pas responsable de la surexcitation des enfants
Une étude récente de l'Université de Warwick a confirmé que le sucre ne cause pas l'agitation des enfants à l'Halloween. Radio Canada (octobre 2019)
Les personnes vivant dans les zones les plus polluées risquent de perdre la mémoire précocement, selon une nouvelle étude de l'Université de Warwick. Ouest France (octobre 2019).