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  • Christmas Lectures 2012

    At Warwick we are committed to providing an exceptional teaching and learning experience for all our students, and this year our Christmas greeting celebrates our teaching excellence with a series of mini-lectures from some of our award-winning academics. We are very aware of our environmental impact so using this online greeting means that the money we would have spent on traditional cards can be spent on planting trees and improving the campus environment.
  • Donor Thank You

    Donations are making an impact here at Warwick every day by transforming students' lives, funding pioneering research, creating volunteering opportunities and developing campus facilities. This video shows some of the ways that donations have made a personal and lasting difference. We hope you enjoy seeing what this generosity has achieved!
  • Distinguished Lecture Series

    The University has inaugurated a lecture series in which distinguished speakers address an audience of students, staff and members of the public on their particular areas of expertise.
  • University of Warwick Honorary Graduates

    Recipients of honorary degrees from Warwick discuss their careers and achievements.
  • Virtual Futures 2.0 Conference

    The Virtual Futures 2.0 '11 conference returned to the University after a 15 year abscence. The event was organised by digital media artist, and Warwick student, Luke Robert Mason. It reconnected Warwick with one of the most important intellectual and cultural developments of our times – the technological extension of the human condition.
  • Alumni Knowledge Exchange Day 2011

    The Alumni Knowledge Exchange 2011 took place on campus on Saturday 21st May when we welcomed hundreds of alumni and their families back to campus to learn from current Warwick academics and graduates who are leading the way in their professions. Round table discussions were held on a wide range of topics and plenty of knowledge exchanged.
  • Experience Warwick

    Life at Warwick through the eyes of students
  • Warwick Boston Partnership

    The Boston Warwick Partnership was established in 2008, with the goal of maximising the productivity and impact of both institutions through research collaborations in new and emerging disciplines. Since 2008 collaborations have broadened across a range of disciplines and now encompass all four Warwick faculties; Science, Medicine, Social Science and Arts & Humanities. The latest opportunity, resulting from this partnership, is the launch of the Boston-Warwick Strategic Funding Initiative 2010 to support joint research and educational collaborations between BU and Warwick. Professor Nigel Thrift, the Vice-Chancellor at Warwick, believes that the two universities can together achieve results that neither institution could deliver alone. "What this relationship is about," he remarked, "is deep, lasting and meaningful collaboration across the Atlantic that allows each of our universities to leverage on the strengths of the other to achieve even greater impact from its research endeavours." Warwick Boston Partnership Podcasts are a series of recordings that the digital team are capturing when academics from Boston University are visiting the Warwick campus as part of a organised partnership trip or as IAS visiting fellows. So far the recordings have covered collaborations within the politics, international studies and medicine fields with many more to follow in the future. As well as some lectures presented on campus the podcasts include conversations between academics from both universities highlighting the ways in which the partnership benefits joint research and future opportunities to work together.
  • University Partnerships Podcasts

    A series of Podcasts which promote the University of Warwick’s core partnerships with international universities who share the same ambition and drive. The approach develops relationships at an institution-to-institution level and on the traditional approach of individuals and departments building up relationships in an organic way.
  • David Willetts MP "The Pinch" Lecture Video

    David Willetts MP, Shadow Minister for Universities and Skills presents a lecture about the topic of his book: "The Pinch: How the baby boomers took their children's future - and why they should give it back" which looks intergenerational relations in Britain and argues that the baby boomer generation born between 1945 and 1965 have thrived at the expense of their children.
  • David Willetts MP "The Pinch" Audio Podcast Interview

    David Willetts MP, Shadow Minister for Universities and Skills presents a lecture about the topic of his book: "The Pinch: How the baby boomers took their children's future - and why they should give it back" which looks intergenerational relations in Britain and argues that the baby boomer generation born between 1945 and 1965 have thrived at the expense of their children.
  • Vice-Chancellor's End of Year Review

    Professor Nigel Thrift, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Warwick, takes a look back over the last year of achievements at Warwick including our success in the RAE, our research and international partnerships, student achievements, campus developments over the past year, and alumni relations, including the first ever Alumni Weekend, held this year in June.
  • Alumni News

    News and details about Alumni from the University of Warwick.
  • Richard Lambert

    Jonathan Baldwin in converstion with Richard Lambert, Chancellor of the University of Warwick
  • VC welcome

    Vice-Chancellor Professor Nigel Thrift welcomes you to Warwick on iTunes U
  • Warwick Commission

    In 2007, the Commission, led by the Hon. Pierre Pettigrew PC, examined the global trading system and made recommendations about its future shape and direction.
  • News

    News and updates from around the University of Warwick.
  • Ideas Cafe

    The Ideas Cafe is a series of early evening, interactive events which brings together key people with exciting research interests in a series of gatherings designed to promote interdisciplinary thinking in an engaging, informal and interesting way.