This weekend is National Family Learning Weekend. To celebrate Open Studies are holding a walk around Westwood Campus.
The Mead Gallery will be showcasing the work of Turner Prize winning artist Steve McQueen with the Perspectives series of informal commentaries by Warwick academics during April and May.
We started our day off with a gratifying breakfast, before leaving for the castle at about 9am. As soon as we arrived, we were given some sheets as a guide to the pleasure of the sights before setting off in groups.
The Centre for the History of Medicine, based at Warwick’s History Department, has won a £600,000 funding award from the Wellcome Trust for a five-year programme on the 'Cultures and Practices of Health.'
An innovative collaborative project led by the University of Warwick is aiming to provide new ways to access and use resources about ancient Greece and Rome.
The 2003 British Academy Annual Italian Lecture will be hosted by the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance. Given by Professor Brian Pullan, University of Manchester, the lecture will take place in the Auditorium, Manufacturing Engineering Centre on Tuesday 4 March at 5pm.