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Le Gusta closing

As part of the Arts Centre 20:20 project, Le Gusta will close for business at 9pm on 4 August.

The Koan goes on tour!

Warwick icon The Koan will be heading out on a tour of the campus for the next three years, starting at the Gibbet Hill campus.

Warwick Arts Centre’s temporary theatre gets cracking new name

Warwick Arts Centre has named its new 280 seater temporary theatre, ‘The Goose Nest’ following a student vote lead by the Creative Warwick team at Warwick Students’ Union.

Carbon emissions and efficiency of our campus

Our campus has grown a great deal over recent years. Despite this, we've just had our best carbon performance in a decade, and have plans in place to keep increasing our carbon efficiency as more buildings open in the coming years.

Student records system (SITS) unavailable: Tuesday 11 July 2-6pm

From 2pm on Tuesday 11 July the Student Records system (SITS) will be unavailable for up to four hours due to maintenance work.

New global ransomware outbreak

A new ransomware outbreak is currently targeting organisations. Your data is at risk if you haven’t installed recent Windows security updates. Find out more...

In Memoriam: Alexander Paul

The University is deeply saddened by the news of the death of student Alexander Paul in June.

HR Excellence in Research Award for Warwick

We've retained an award which demonstrates our commitment to improving the working conditions and career development for research staff.

Safety over the summer

Don't forget to use the same safety precautions during the summer months in your accommodation.

Arts Centre maintains National Portfolio funding for the next four years

Arts Council England has announced that Warwick Arts Centre has maintained its National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) status.

Arts Centre invited to apply for Arts Council England Capital Fund

Warwick Arts Centre has been invited to apply for £4.2m by Arts Council England’s capital fund it was announced today. It is one of only 11 organisations across England to have been invited to apply to the second stage of the programme.

Microsoft Office Specialist qualification

Staff and students can gain a free Microsoft Office Specialist qualification with IT Services. Find out more.

New free bike pump on Library Road

We've installed a new, free-to-use bike pump on Library Road. You can find it on the corner of the road closest to the Humanities Building.

Beware of suspicious emails: cyber attack hits UCL

Beware of suspicious emails: cyber attack hits UCL

Warwick Graduates in top ten for highest earnings in over a dozen subjects

The Government’s latest Longitudinal Education Outcomes (LEO) dataset shows that in over a dozen subjects Warwick graduates are ranked in the top 10 in the UK for high earnings five years after their graduation.

Retirement of Reverend Dr Stuart Jennings

University chaplain Reverend Dr Stuart Jennings has announced that he will be retiring at the end of August 2017

Latest VC blog - Unconscious Bias

Hear from our Provost Christine Ennew as she explains how our unconscious bias can impact inclusion.

Security advice

West Midlands Police has advised that they will have a higher visible presence on and around the University campus. This is part of their established protocol in patrolling and monitoring areas of high population at times of heightened national risk.

Vice-Chancellor Stuart Croft to chair Equality Challenge Unit

Stuart Croft is to be the new chair of the board of trustees of ECU, the further and higher education equality body for the UK.

New Academic Directors at Warwick

Andy Clark and Will Curtis have been appointed as Academic Directors for Education. They will provide direction and coordination for education and the student learning experience.

Phishing email warnings

We are aware that some people have received a personalised email asking them to validate their mailbox and requesting email, usernames and passwords. Do not click links, open attachments or reply to these emails. If you have already done so, please contact the IT Help Desk on 73737.

Warwick's Athena Swan results

We’ve retained Silver status in the Athena Swan Charter in national results announced by the Equality Challenge Unit.

Win a night out at Wasps Netball on 22 May!

We're giving away 4 tickets to Wasps Vs Surrey Storm on Monday 22nd May.

Discounted student tickets for the Also Festival

Want to experience a new kind of Festival this summer? Warwick is the Principle Partner for the 2017 Also Festival taking place at Compton Verney. This a festival for the mind that will entertain, delight and enlighten. Warwick students are entitled to a third off standard ticket prices, or book a volunteer ticket for just £50 in exchange for one 6 hour volunteer shift over the weekend. Find out more and get your discounted tickets at warwick.ac.uk/publicengagement/alsofestival.

Walking Out Of Darkness - Suicide awareness walk - Birmingham 6 May

Help increase Mental Health Awareness and Suicide Prevention at ‘Walking Out of Darkness’. This 10 mile walk is an opportunity for everyone to walk together in support and unity for individuals and families suffering from Mental Health Difficulties and those who have lost loved ones by suicide.

Sign up, be inspired and raise awareness, encourage openness in talking about emotional and mental health concerns, and help to reduce the number of suicides across the UK. There will be charities, services and organisations offering advice and support for numerous issues or situations to participants, if you wish to learn more about mental wellbeing.

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In Memoriam: Alexander Paul

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Very preterm birth not associated with mood and anxiety disorders, new research finds

Do very-preterm or very-low-weight babies develop anxiety and mood disorders later in life? Julia Jaekel, assistant professor of child and family studies at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and Dieter Wolke, professor of psychology at the University of Warwick, co-authored a study to answer this question.


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