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Stephanie joined Coventry University through Clearing in in 2013 and is now a Cyber Intelligence Analyst for the UK Government
More than 9,500 students have graduated this year. The Alumni Association have shone the spotlight on a student from each faculty, to capture in their own words, future plans beyond Coventry University.
We are interested in approaches to transforming violent conflict across the globe. Conflict transformation is a holistic and multifaceted process that embraces conflict as a potentially constructive force.
The trust cluster group research various trust related issues, encompassing interpersonal and institutional elements and considering the critical impact of trust at an individual, organisational, and societal level. The cluster's work is driven by a desire to provide theoretical as well as practical applications from their research.
A group of students from varying parts of the globe joined Coventry University for an opportunity to explore overseas and find the entrepreneur in themselves. The course, at postgraduate certificate level, aimed to grant an autonomous learning approach, allowing exploration, research and learning within a team.
Biological science alumni Laurine Blanchard’s came to Coventry from France successful career began at Coventry University. Laurine gives us an insight in to what a career as a clinical scientist is really like.
Coventry’s status as the UK’s first and only City of Peace & Reconciliation already inspires thousands of people around the world in their efforts to resolve violent conflict and promote peace. RISING inspires peace by bringing together civil society leaders, policymakers, academics and peace practitioners to learn from each other and to share best practice.
Course Director Human Biosciences and Senior Lecturer Biomolecular Sciences | School of Life Sciences | Faculty of Health and Life Sciences | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This research group focuses on optimising the control of heating, cooling and flow properties of conductive fluids, especially liquid metals – the work combines applications of engineering science, physics and mathematics. Expertise includes instabilities and turbulence in MHD flows, Flows in rotating, alternating, and travelling magnetic fields and magneto-thermo-elasticity.
Are you interested in conducting research in a sustainable built environment? Low Impact Buildings welcomes enquiries from talented and motivated individuals who wish to base their doctoral research within our areas of interest.
Honorary Lecturer in Computing | Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing | Email: email@example.com
PhD Student | firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark's research explores the role played by Knowledge Management Systems in addressing uncertainty and enabling adaptive decision making within Information Security Risk Management.