Congratulations to the student Warwick Human Powered Submarine Team who were recognised for their work on Godiva Submarine at the International Submarine Races.
New business Accelerator hub to support and empower students, local entrepreneurs, and local business owners
NatWest and the University of Warwick are opening a new business Accelerator hub on the University’s campus, with the focus on supporting and empowering students, local entrepreneurs, and local business owners to grow their businesses. Applications are now open for local businesses and students to join the first cohort, starting in January.
We’ve been invited to send a delegation to the COP26 summit in Glasgow in recognition of our efforts pointing the way ahead on sustainability.
Jim Eaves, the University's very own Executive Chef from Warwick Conferences, has been recognised as a Culinary Hero for his work and volunteering efforts during the pandemic. He was one of 44 chefs who got nominated for the Craft Guild of Chefs: Culinary Awards, all being recognised for the work of chefs across the country who have worked tirelessly to put people and their community first.
Hear from Nigel Driffield, a Warwick world-leading researcher who has helped bring £1 billion of investment to Birmingham, inspired by the mass unemployment of 1980s to help make a difference, seeing economics as a force to improve people's lives.
In the next local history series, Jill Kashi of Westwood Heath History Group shares research on the history of Tocil House Farm.