Why Movement Skills Matter for Grassroots Coaches

The centre for Physical Activity, Sport and Exercise Sciences at Coventry University are running a free CPD session for grassroots football coaches.

Corporate tax corruption and fraud in the UK: A critique of corporate criminal liability in practice

The CFCI seminar will discuss Corporate tax fraud and corruption and assessment of the efficacy of the law enforcement measures to counter them.

Don't Dis my Ability: Marginalised voices from sport

This CBiS event will discuss the outcomes of a recently completed Heritage Lottery Fund pilot project.

Coventry City Region case study: Mapping of Coventry’s foodscape as a site of agroecological transition

This interactive seminar and workshop will consist of a presentation summarising the evolution of Coventry’s food system over the past 70 years.

Democratisation of Luxury: Current State and Future Directions

This CBiS event will discuss aspects related to luxury consumption

Anthropocentric Placemaking vs Cinematic Placemaking: A Talk on Cinema’s Operativity in (Making) Places

ARTSPACECITY researchers from the Centre for Postdigital Cultures are hosting a new online seminar series.

Networks of Gender: Connecting PGRs Through Gender Research

This event will connect postgraduate researchers who are working on, or who have an interest in, gender-related topics, to share ideas, meet potential collaborators and learn from each other. 

Magnificent Maths and Phenomenal Physics: Open Day

Coventry University's Fluid and Complex Systems Research Centre is opening its doors to the public once again, promising a day filled with experiments, captivating science shows, and fascinating talks.  

“The Farmers are taking care of this”: Food Sovereignty in Haiti & Uganda

This seminar explores the impact of participatory learning and action approaches on the development and implementation of the Konbit Vanyan Kapab Farmer-to-Farmer Agroecology for Food Sovereignty Initiative (“FAFSI”).

Coventry HDRC Seminar: Upskilling Residents to be Community Researchers

Sinead Ouillon will discuss how local residents can be provided with the skills to conduct their own research projects, and how this research can benefit their community.

Unlocking the Potential – Exploring Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) and the Metaverse

We invite early career researchers to submit abstracts for participation in an exciting academic workshop that delves into the world of blockchain technology, Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), and the emerging Metaverse.

The glass cliff phenomenon and female chair appointments

This CFCI event will present the findings of the funded research sponsored by BA/Leverhulme on the Glass Cliff Phenomenon in female Chair appointments.  

Engaging Ethnic Minorities with Retirement Planning

This CBiS seminar will discuss what can be done to engage minorities with retirement planning.

A Tax-Shaped Retail Landscape

This CBiS event will discuss the impact that uniform "one-size-fits-all" tax policies have on shaping the retail landscape.

Virtual Open Days: Agroecology, Water and Food Sovereignty MSc

The Virtual Open Days for the Agroecology, Water and Food Sovereignty MSc will give prospective students a chance to learn both about the course, and the work of the Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience in which it is delivered.

Classical Association Conference 2024

The Classical Association hosts the largest annual event for Classics in the UK, and CAMC will have a considerable presence at the Classical Association Conference, University of Warwick, in March 2024.

AI-enabled open innovation: How partner trustworthiness mitigates knowledge hiding between organisations

This seminar explores how rivals’ absorptive capacity influences AI capability development, mediated by open innovation, while considering the impact of interorganisational knowledge hiding.

HDRC: Health Determinants Research Mixer Event

Coventry City Council is one of 30 local authorities across the UK that has been awarded funding to establish a Health Determinants Research Collaboration (HDRC) by the National Institute of Health and Care Research.

Female Voices in the Third Space: Researching EDI in South-North COIL

This event explores the intersection of gender, diversity and inclusivity in the context of South-North Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) as Third Space.

Drawing Conversations: What and Where is Home?

This one-day online international conference seeks to examine the interrelationships of drawing and concepts of home.