More than 100 students attended the Warwick Institute of Education’s first postgraduate student conference.
Tickets are on sale now for the inaugural University of Warwick Book Festival 'Worlds of History', which takes place on Saturday 15 June at Warwick Arts Centre.
Warwick Medical School (WMS) is to receive an Athena SWAN Silver award for its school-wide work supporting the Charter for Women in Science.
Professor Bob Jackson has become only the 12threcipient of the prestigious William Rainey Harper Award from the Religious Education Association.
This May over 700 Warwick Alumni will be returning to campus for Alumni Day 2013. Taking place on Saturday May 18, this year’s event will be different from previous with the day’s activities focusing on the theme of ‘Happiness’.
Warwick Arts Centre have released their summer schedule for 2013 and it's packed full of events and acts from some of the best artists working in the UK today.
Global University Summit 2013, hosted by the University of Warwick in London, is due to take place on 28-30 May. Confirmed speakers at the Summit include Sir Richard Lambert, Professor Lord Robert Skidelsky and Sir Michael Barber.
TEDx Warwick, the annual ‘ideas conference’ organised by University of Warwick students will take place on March 9 2013 at Warwick Arts Centre. This year’s TEDx Warwick theme is “Building Bridges” and will feature a range of leading visionaries and performers discussing topics from nanotechnology to vertical farming.
Warwick Economics Summit, the successful international forum run entirely by Warwick students, will return to campus for it's 11th year from February 15 - 17, 2013. The event offers ticketholders the chance to attend talks by a number of high profile speakers, as well as attending educational workshops touching on a range of global issues.
One World Week is a festival celebrating international culture and diversity that is hosted anually at the University of Warwick. Now in its eighteenth year, One World Week will run from Saturday 26 January to Saturday 2 February 2013. As well as being an entirely student-run event, OWW is a non-profit initiative that aims to stimulate personal development.
The University’s Winter Degree Ceremonies will take place from Tuesday 22 to Thursday 24 January 2012. The Winter Ceremonies are a celebration of our students' successes and achievements, whilst four distinguished men and women will also receive honorary degrees.