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Katherine Hall talks switching her PhD to Coventry University to study Psychology.
Experts in migration and psychology are to highlight the urgent need for improved well-being support for refugees at an event hosted in Coventry later this month.
Coventry University seeks to make significant contribution towards the conservation of lions and incentivising previously aggrieved communities.
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The British Academic Written English Corpus (BAWE) was collected as part of the project, 'An Investigation of Genres of Assessed Writing in British Higher Education'. The project was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.