Your Right to Privacy Online: CSI-COP's informal education workshop

The workshop will explore privacy, data, how we are tracked online, the regulations to protect our data, and free online tools to help us reject tracking in websites and apps.

Creative Cultures Symposium 2022: Convergence

The Creative Cultures Symposium is a chance for Postgraduate researchers from the Centre for Dance Research, Arts, Memory and Communities and Postdigital Cultures showcase their research, no matter the stage, learn about the work in the centres, make connections and build networks.

International Trade, Value Chains and SME Performance

This session focuses on SME performance related to both trade and global value chains. The presentations consider how both trade and participation in GVCs can influence both the competitiveness and resilience of SMEs.

Spring Lecture: Professor Judith Mossman

‘The Colours on the Wings of the Sphinx: Imagery and Metaphor in Plutarch’

A futile exercise of transparency? The case of UK Political Party Accounts

This event will present a research paper in progress on the UK 2000 Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act (PPERA) mandated political parties to submit an annual statement of accounts (SOA) to the Electoral Commission (EC).

Understanding disparities in degree awarding

The Centre for Global Learning are delighted to invite you to this event entitled 'Understanding disparities in degree awarding: Introducing a novel Difference Index (DI) to measure relationships between module characteristics, module marks, and student ethnicity', taking place virtually on 11 May 2022.

Every Loser Wins: Leveraging Unsuccessful Olympic Bids

This event will discuss the ways in which cities can utilise Olympic bids for long-term benefits.

Teaching and Learning in the post-digital world

This event focuses on the abilities (i.e. competence, skills, capabilities) that all university students need to develop in order to be able to "engage effectively and ethically with the current social and technical ecosystem.

Research Methodology Conference (RMC 2022)

The London Institute invites you to submit an abstract to the Research Methodology Conference (RMC-2022) that will be held in partnership with Coventry University’s Centre for Global Learning (GLEA).

Coventry Creates - exhibition launch

Come along to hear directly from artists, researchers and project management team members about how the projects worked, what it’s meant to those involved and what’s next. There will be live performances, food, drink, an exhibition room and plenty of opportunities to chat directly to team members. You can connect and network whilst enjoying the exhibition and new Arts Faculty building at Warwick.

The Economic Transformation of Coventry City

This seminar will explore the changes that have occurred in Coventry over the last three decades, extending earlier research by Healy and Dunham (1994) to create a longitudinal study of industrial and occupational change in the city.

The Catalogue of Projects on Energy Data (CoPED): A digital tool to support innovation and collaboration in the energy sector

To celebrate the launch of the EnergyREV, BEIS and ESC ‘Catalogue of Projects on Energy Data – CoPED’, Coventry University's Centre for Computational Science and Mathematical Modelling would like to invite you to a webinar on Tuesday 12 April 2022, 10.00 – 11.00 am.

Does corruption amplify or mitigate the impact of ownership structure on cash?

With a within-country quasi natural experiment and a global cross-country set up we show that the interaction of corruption with ownership structure has a first order effect on firms’ cash holdings.

Mitigating the effects of product harm crises: an experimental analysis

This seminar will discuss how brand equity can be used to mitigate the effects of a product harm crisis.

Sowing Seeds for the Future

In this CTPSR Webinar, keynote Professor Andrew Rigby (Emeritus Professor of Peace Studies, Coventry University) and discussant Dr Marwan Darweish (Associate Professor, CTPSR, Coventry University) will discuss Prof. Rigby’s book Sowing Seeds for the Future: Exploring the Power of Constructive Nonviolent Action.

Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations Webinar on Ukraine and Russia

In this webinar event, CTPSR’s Professor Matt Qvortrup and the director of the think tank, Centre of Political and Foreign Affairs, Kelly Alkhouli, will discuss the circumstances leading up to the Ukraine invasion.

Doing Development Research Differently during and beyond Covid-19

The global pandemic has created many challenges for researchers in the field of international development, not least the restrictions on travel and movement.  However, has Covid-19 actually triggered  welcome changes?

CTPSR Postgraduate Taught Taster Event

The Postgraduate Teaching Taster Event offer prospective students a chance to experience a short sample lecture; meet with course directors; and ask questions about studying at the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations.

Particle Filtration Flows Special Interest Group

The Centre for Fluid and Complex Systems invite you to join the seventh meeting of the special interest group ‘Particulate Matter Filtration Flows in Automotive and Marine Applications’.