Inclusion and Intersectionality Symposium

The Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE) is hosting the 'Inclusion and Intersectionality' symposium with The Society for Dance Research, in collaboration with Candoco Dance Company.

Reputational Effects in Sovereign Rating Phases: Time, macro and institutional factors and the role of defaults and debt restructuring and resolution

This event will discuss the role of reputation, macro and institutional factors, and defaults and debt restructuring/resolution for the length of sovereign rating phases.

The Shape of Sound

The project ‘The Shape of Sound’ is a scaled-up installation of elements of the human ear and is a supported projext as part of the Being Human Festival 2021 (Coventry Hub).

RISING Global Peace Forum 2021

The 2021 theme is Leadership for Peace, with a full line-up of speakers to be confirmed in the coming weeks. Speakers already confirmed include The Right Hon Kim Campbell, the first and only Prime Minister of Canada, and Archbishop Justin Welby.

Political uncertainty and institutional herding

This event will discuss the role of political uncertainty in motivating herding among US institutional investors

Space Tourism: exploring the business implications and research priorities

The talk will focus on the recent developments, early market indications and socio-economic significance whilst identifying interdisciplinary research priorities.

Open webinar sessions: PhD in Global Education

The Research Centre for Global Learning (GLEA) offers a part-time, online PhD in Global Education and a part-time, online MA by Research in Global Education.

Open webinar sessions: MA by Research in Global Education

The Research Centre for Global Learning (GLEA) offers a part-time, online PhD in Global Education and a part-time, online MA by Research in Global Education. 

City of Culture Post-Graduate Symposium

Coventry University and the University of Warwick are collaborating to host a joint Post-Graduate PhD Symposium in 2021 for PGRs in both universities with specific research projects (including practice-led research) connected to Coventry City of Culture.

Unlocking Nature and the Outdoors: communities, race, gender and class

A growing body of scientific research identifies that spending time in green spaces or bringing nature into your everyday life can benefit both your mental and physical wellbeing.

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.

Nonlinear connectivity and frequency-domain analysis in neuroscience

The Centre for Computational Science and Mathematical Modelling invite you to their two hour seminar 'Nonlinear connectivity and frequency-domain analysis in neuroscience'.

House, Home and the Domestic Symposium

Focusing on the home as an enclosed space with its surrounding parameters, this international symposium aims to encourage dialogues between different areas of expertise and highlight how these new meanings have been experienced within different countries.

Pandemic Geopolitics in the Anthropocene

The COVID-19 pandemic has simultaneously highlighted the extraordinary transformations of the contemporary earth system that are currently underway and the fragility of the political institutions in place.

Decolonisation (beyond) the Curriculum: Early Insights from Staff and Student research at Coventry University

This seminar showcases the process, insights, and impact of three strands of work acting concurrently at Coventry University.

Virtual Reality Archive Learning - Teaching Skills Through Heritage And Technology

Join us for an online celebration of the end of the EU project ViRAL - Virtual Reality Archive Learning. We will be promoting the project and demonstrating the free resources and learning material we have made to be used for training and upskilling adults, using exciting assets from heritage and culture and new technology such as 360, AR and VR.

Disability sport and social change: An introduction to my research

Dr Brittain is an Associate Professor (Research) in CBiS. His research focusses upon historical and sociological aspects of disability and Paralympic sport with specialisms in Paralympic history and Paralympic legacies.

Transdisciplinary Research (TDR): Building Excellence in Research Communities

Coventry University's first Transdisciplinary Research event, featuring external keynote speakers

Future-proofing Humanitarianism: Actioning Policy and Strengthening Governance

This webinar seeks to explore, provoke and engage experts, practitioners and humanitarian energy scholars to fully comprehend what we are doing wrong in terms of designing and implementing energy policies within the humanitarian sector.

Leveraging bio-active plants in smallholder goat production

Dr. Lovemore C. Gwiriri is a post-doctoral smallholder livestock systems research scientist at Rothamsted Research involved in agricultural systems socio-economic analysis.