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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.

Coventry University to host this year’s Research Methodology Conference

Coventry University’s Centre for Global Learning has been selected to host the 2022 Research Methodology Conference (RMC), organised by the London Institute of Social Studies.

Your money, your life: Lived experiences of young people’s borrowing

This research will explore young people’s (aged 18-24) lived experience of borrowing, their use of credit and perceptions of their current (and of their future) financial vulnerability. Young people will actively participate in designing solutions to reduce their financial vulnerability.

Spring Lecture: Professor Judith Mossman

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

Coventry University designs the customer experience at a first-of-its-kind urban airport

Coventry University has spearheaded and crafted the customer experience design of a world-first urban air transport hub.

Developing your workforce: Business Insider Breakfast event

Business Insider and Coventry University invites large organisations looking for innovative solutions to develop their workforce.

Public sector accounting in developing countries - what we know and what we still need to know

This event will discuss public sector accounting in developing countries - what we know and what we still need to know

Coventry Researcher Awarded UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship

Dr Jennifer Greaves from the Centre for Sports, Exercise and Life Sciences has been awarded a prestigious UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Future Leaders Fellowship in recognition of her research in molecular cell biology.

Coventry University health and wellbeing research features at the 2022 EIT Summer School

For the third year running, Coventry University has the honour of hosting the only European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Digital Summer School for healthcare focused businesses, organisations and teaching and learning institutions.

Coventry University dance researcher receives OBE for contribution to choreography

Rosemary Lee, a choreographer and Associate Professor in the Centre for Dance Research, has received an OBE  in the Queen’s birthday honours in recognition of the  contribution her career and works have made to the world of dance.

Coventry University research shows how smart home technology can help people live more independently

Coventry University research is showing how smart technology can help older and disabled people to live more independently in their own homes.

NVIDIA Seminar: The Current State of AI and Computational Requirements

The Centre for Computational Science and Mathematical Modelling welcome guest speaker, Simon See, NVIDIA to deliver a seminar 'The Current State of AI and Computational Requirements'.

93% of Coventry University's Research in Allied Health is classed as world-leading or internationally excellent

Coventry University’s Research Centre for Sport, Exercise and Life Sciences and Centre for Intelligent Healthcare have had a successful outcome in the latest assessment of research in UK universities.

Restricting the movements of older people in COVID-19 lockdowns may have long-term implications for healthcare services

A study by Coventry University’s Centre for Sports, Exercise and Life Sciences found that increased time spent sitting or staying still over the course of the pandemic may have contributed to a drop in self-reported physical function in older people.

Voices from Ground Zero Report Launch

This event will highlight the voices of those most-affected civilians, inclusive of internally displaced persons and those who remain in the conflict zones, known locally as ‘ground zero’.

Coventry researcher discusses the importance of representation at festival for entrepreneurs

Coventry University researcher Dr Huma Shah spoke with entrepreneurs and business leaders on the importance of representation in the workplace at Ideas Fest 2022.

From undergraduate to Coventry University’s Postgraduate Researcher of the Year for 2022

Shannen Gibbons, a PhD candidate from the Centre for Business in Society (CBiS), has been named Postgraduate Researcher (PGR) of the Year 2022.

How does COVID-19 Impact the Resilience of UK-East Asia Transnational Education Partnerships?

In the past decade, there has been an evolution, or rather a revolution, in the development of new forms of TNE programmes between the UK and different world regions of which East Asia hosts the most TNE students. In a nutshell, these higher education learning programmes are provided outside the UK but lead to an award of a UK degree-awarding institution. In some partnerships this might be a joint or dual award.

Exploring unarmed civilian self-protection in Cameroon's Anglophone conflict

This research investigates community-led initiatives of unarmed civilian protection in the ongoing ‘Anglophone conflict’ in Cameroon.

Understanding the Academic Achievement of the First and Second Generation Immigrant Students: A Multi-level Analysis of PISA 2018 Data

This study explores the antecedents of first- and second-generation (1G and 2G) immigrant students' academic performance using PISA 2018 data.