SURGE: Nuffield Funded Project
01
Feb

SURGE: Nuffield Funded Project

Professor Paul Bywaters , Dr Geraldine Brady (SURGE) and Professor Tim Sparks (SIGMA), have been successful in their proposal to the Nuffield Foundation. The team, along...

What happened to the LDV workers? – appeal for volunteers for study
28
Jan

What happened to the LDV workers? – appeal for...

Experts at Coventry University appeal for volunteers for a new study investigating the fate of the 850 workers who lost their jobs when van manufacturer LDV entered...

Computer games can be good for your health
08
Jan

Computer games can be good for your health

A two-day conference, taking place in Amsterdam next month, will bring together world leaders in serious games development and healthcare – helping to advance game...

Consultancy in Afghanistan
12
Dec

Consultancy in Afghanistan

In December 2012, Chas Morrison undertook a consultancy in Afghanistan on behalf of Cooperation for Peace & Unity, an Afghan NGO.

Book proposal accepted
03
Dec

Book proposal accepted

Academics have had their book proposal ‘Global Economic Crisis and Local Economic Development: International Cases and Policy Responses’ accepted by Routledge.

Article by Dr Begley and Professor Berkeley published in local Economy
07
Nov

Article by Dr Begley and Professor Berkeley published...

Dr Jason Begley and Professor Nigel Berkeley have had their article published

Special Issue of Local Economy guest edited by Professor Berkeley and Dr Jarvis
31
Oct

Special Issue of Local Economy guest edited by...

A Special Issue of the journal Local Economy guest edited by Professor Nigel Berkeley & Dr David Jarvis

New FOODMETRES Project
19
Oct

New FOODMETRES Project

Dr Moya Kneafsey and colleagues have successfully won the FP7 project ‘FOODMETRES’

Dr John Beech has article accepted by the European Journal for Sport and Society
18
Oct

Dr John Beech has article accepted by the European...

John Beech has had an article co-authored with Professor Sebastian Kaiser on Perspectives of Sport-related Labour Market and Employment Research

Engineering Lectures
16
Oct

Engineering Lectures

Listen to the full Sian Aslop and Hilary Nesi interview here, as Sian tells us about her research into Engineering lectures, and culturally determind pragmatic features.

Grow your own food' a boost for health and sense of community, says Coventry University research
12
Oct

Grow your own food' a boost for health and sense of...

Encouraging people to grow more of their own food is not only beneficial to the environment but leads to improved health and wellbeing and creates stronger local...

Master Gardener Interim Findings
04
Oct

Master Gardener Interim Findings

Interim findings have been released from the Master Gardener programme evaluation undertaken by Dr Moya Kneafsey and Elizabeth Cheese