Kindness on Campus
The Community Values Education Programme (CVEP) launched the Kindness on Campus awards in 2021 to recognise and celebrate acts of kindness (both small and large) among staff and students.
We believe acts of kindness can contribute towards a strong community and support the University's values.
This year, November 13th is celebrated internationally as World Kindness Day. The 2023 Warwick Kindness on Campus awards will be opening for nominations soon.
Congratulations to our previous winners:
Winners: Brian O'Leary, Estates team (staff) and Navneet Khangura, WBS department (student).
Highly Commended: Margaux Whiskin (Teaching Fellow, SMLC), Frankie Robson, (Arts Centre), and Ana Vijay (WMG).
Commended: Patrick Lambe (Estates team), Margretta Ballard (Estates team) and Emily Cannon (Education team), and Matthew Munnelly (Philosophy), Naiya Sehgal (WBS), and Brendan Bell (Computer Science).
Winners: Caroline Jawdoszak, WMS (staff) and Caroline Rushingwa, PAIS department (Student).
Commended: Jim Alimpertis, Hayley Ambrose, James Andrew, David Bather Woods, Stephen Collins, Nikki Glover, Kate Hewston, Nalita James, Charlotte Jones, Sat Kaur, Sara Lovecka, Lesley Roberts, Aaron Sandhu, Darren Storey, Kate Whiston, and MBChB management team.
Thank you to our judging panels:
2022: Prof. Chris Ennew (Provost), Kulbir Shergill (Director of Social Inclusion), Prof. Rebecca Freeman (Dean of Students) and Will Brewer (SU President).
2021: Prof. Chris Ennew (Provost) and Kubir Shergill (Director of Social Inclusion).
Day 1: Make or buy a coffee/tea.
Day 2: Have a clear-out and donate hidden gems.
Day 3: Write a heartfelt handwritten message to a loved one.
Day 4: Create an heirloom and pass it on.
Day 5: Use your skills to help someone out.
Day 6: Compliment a stranger.
Day 7: Offer a friendly ear to a loved one with a phone call.
Day 8: Give back to service staff.
Day 9: Cook or bake and share what you make.
Day 10: Pay it forward.
Day 11: Hide ‘treasure’ for someone to find.
Day 12: Be kind to yourself.