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Thursday, March 04, 2021

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Chinese Arts Now Film Festival
Online

Runs from Thursday, February 25 to Thursday, March 11.

Queering Now short films curated by Whiskey Chow and Sha Li.

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Food Waste Action Week 2021

Runs from Monday, March 01 to Sunday, March 07.

As a nation, we waste more food than we think. Did you know that we can help protect our planet by saving food? We have partnered with The Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) charity and Love Food Hate Waste to take action against food wastage. We will also be taking part in the #FoodWasteActionWeek Challenge taking place on Monday 1st March - Sunday 7 March 2021. Will you join us?

This will be the UK’s first national week of action on wasting food, with activities happening across the whole of the UK. The Week will link organisations across the food supply chain and beyond to stop food from going to waste and curb the contribution it makes towards climate change.

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Asia Careers Insight Series - employer presentations, panel discussions and skills workshops

Runs from Monday, March 01 to Wednesday, March 31.

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University Mental Health Day: Looking after yourself during the Pandemic
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Report and Support Awareness Sessions
In this short one-hour training session you will:
  • Gain an understanding of the different forms that Sexual Misconduct, Discrimination and Hate Crime can take, and how it may affect individuals.
  • Learn how to respond to disclosures of Sexual Violence, Harassment and Hate Crime.
  • Learn how to Sign Post safely to Report and Support.
  • Learn about what the University's Report and Support system looks like, how it functions and meet some of the faces behind it!
  • Learn how you can get involved in helping to combat all forms of harassment on campus and beyond.
You will also have the opportunity to ask the team's Student Liaison Officers questions towards the end of the session.
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Human Library Online
Online

On Thursday 4th March, the University of Warwick will be holding its latest Human Library event, online!

The Human Library is a unique opportunity to put yourself in someone else’s shoes. By attending, you will have the opportunity to engage in open, honest, and respectful conversation with Human Books and learn about the life experience of others.

Take part as either a reader or as a Human Book, and challenge your preconceptions!

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Specialist skills session: Work life balance
Online

We offer a range of specialist skills sessions on specific topics devised especially to meet the needs of Warwick students. Skills sessions are facilitated by Wellbeing Advisors and Psychological Therapists. Most skills sessions are up to one and a half hours and are a mix of teaching-style input (to help you understand the issue) and strategies (ways to help you cope better with the issue).

This session is for students who struggle to strike the right balance between work and life outside of their work/studies. If you want to learn more about 'work life balance' and explore ways to achieve the right balance for you, come and join the Work Life Balance skills session.

Please note: The focus of this skills session is on 'wellbeing' as opposed to a similar skills session by Student Opportunity entitled 'Organising yourself and your time' which focuses more on 'time management'.

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Switch On & Work
Library Online Lounge

If you need some extra motivation, come along to our online group study session.
Join us in the Event channel in Library Online Lounge (make sure to sign in MS Teams with your Warwick Account).

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Managing Change Masterclass
Online

We recognise that in the current climate lots of us will have had to deal with unexpected and, at times, unwanted changes. Our expectations of this academic year will likely have been different to the current reality. However, there are still positive steps we can take to help manage this change and look after ourselves in the process, and there are still lots of opportunities available to make the most of. The Managing Change Masterclass provides a brief overview of these strategies and the steps you can take to make the most of your time whilst looking after your wellbeing.