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Social Work Degree Apprenticeship student Braves the Shave for Macmillan

Claire lost her Dad to mantle cell non-hodgkin’s lymphoma in 2014. Although Macmillan did not have a chance to offer personal support to him, as the cancer progressed too quickly, Claire is very keen to fundraise and support the charity – so others can have access to support they offer.

Tue 13 Aug 2019, 09:37 | Tags: CLL Social Work undergraduate students Events

Yardley Wood mother of four, graduates from Warwick

A mother of four from Yardley Wood in Birmingham, who left school at 15, has graduated from the University of Warwick with a degree in Social Studies.

Wed 24 Jul 2019, 12:20 | Tags: CLL undergraduate Graduation 2+2

Awards evenings, events and results - Catching up with Emma

Final year, 2+2 Degree Pathway student Emma has had an eventful year. From awards evenings, working events, to receiving the results for her degree – the mother of four caught up with the Centre to reflect on the final year of her studies.


My Journey to a PhD - Catching up with Jon Winfield

Jon started studying BA (Hons) Health and Social Policy on our 2+2 Degree Pathway with Partner College, North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire College in 2014. Graduating last year from the Centre for Lifelong Learning, Jon was offered a scholarship to study a Masters in Social Research and has recently been offered a funded PhD. We caught up with Jon to see how he is feeling about his recent PhD offer.

Mon 01 Jul 2019, 15:25 | Tags: CLL Warwick University Warwick UK Graduation 2+2

A reflection on STOPSO's 2nd Annual Conference

Jackie Williams, Senior Teaching Fellow, Counselling and Psychotherapy recently attended STOPSO's 2nd Annual Conference, which had a number of keynote speakers, and lived experience contributors. STOPSO is a relatively new charity, which has quite a broad overview, for example in areas such as sexual offending.

Fri 24 May 2019, 13:19 | Tags: CLL Counselling undergraduate Warwick seminar teaching

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