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image Network Day 2016

Couldn't make it to our staff conference? Don't worry, you can catch up with videos from the day in the coming weeks. If you came along please tell us what you thought!

image EU referendum debate

Join the Warwick European Society for this EU referendum debate on 4 May with Hugo Dixon and Toby Young, moderated by VC Stuart Croft. Attendance is free, as is the pizza - all are welcome.

image UK's first national miscarriage centre opens

We're proud to be a partner of Tommy's National Centre for Miscarriage Research that opened on Monday, working with UHCW to help 24,000 women per year.

image Supporting women’s research careers

Warwick has become a founding member of a new international consortium focused on gender equality led by the University of Bologna.

image Complete our Race Equality Survey

You now have until 6 May to tell us what you think we should be doing to advance race equality at Warwick, to ensure an inclusive culture and environment where all staff and students can thrive.

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image Celebrating our people: Ben Pithouse

Find out more about our award winners and nominees in our series of interviews, highlighting their roles and achievements. Ben Pithouse is part of the winning team for the Simplify, Collaborate, Deliver Award.

Business lessons from the Bard

400 years after the his death, Warwick Business School uses performance of key scenes from some of Shakespeare's most famous plays to creatively teach MBA students about leadership and the art of judgement.

image Teaching and Learning Showcase

Join us for a day focused on sharing, celebrating, and broadening our understanding of what constitutes teaching and learning at Warwick.

image 21st Century GCHQ

Join us on Tuesday 3 May at 6pm to hear from a senior member of GCHQ, the security and intelligence organisation tasked with protecting the nation from terrorist threats, cybercriminals and online paedophiles. Part of the Warwick Policy Lab lecture series.

image A Journey with the Waste Land

An exciting opportunity to get involved in a new exhibition responding to T. S. Eliot’s great poem, to coincide with the centenary of the end of World War 1. Free reading and introduction at 6pm on Thursday 5 May. Book now.