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Shanghai 2009

First day at Warwick:  12 January 2009

The Centre for Lifelong Learning is delighted to welcome seven executives sponsored by the Shanghai Municipal Government. They will be in the UK from January to June 2009.

 

At the conclusion of their time with the Centre, delegates were awarded completion certificates by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stuart Palmer, on Monday, 8 June 2009. This group photo records that event and includes the seven delegates, Professor Stuart Palmer, staff from the Centre for Lifelong Learning and two representatives from the London Liaison Office of the Shanghai Association for International Exchange of Personnel.

Certificate ceremony on 8 June 2009

 

Paper edifices

Professor Roger Mumby-Croft of Warwick Business School is giving a series of lectures on the theme of 'Entrepreneurship' and the concluding exercise on 12 March was the construction of the tallest tower using only paper. The winning design is the triangular one on the left built by Frank (first left) and Mike Liang (who took the photo) from an original idea of Snow (third from left).

Pictured (from left to right): Frank, Tony, Snow, Peter Byrd, Roger Mumby-Croft, Kevin, Tom, Jolly and Joyce

 

Delegates have visited locations as diverse as the Houses of Parliament, the Baltic Exchange, the University of Cambridge, a local newspaper's office, Solihull College, Waddesdon Manor, a secondary school in Leamington Spa, the Warwickshire Justice Centre and HM Prison at Wormwood Scrubs. This photo records the visit to the Royal Agricultural Society of England's headquarters in Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire.

Royal Agricultural Society of England