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Graduate photographer Ross Rawlings has been invited by the prestigious fine art photography group ‘Uncertain States’ to be a part of its next exhibition and newspaper.
The search is on to find over 300 Coventry Ambassadors to help welcome visitors coming to Coventry for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Second-year photography student Daisy Ware-Jarret assisted one of the most highly-reputed lensmen, Nadav Kander, on a shoot last week.
TV personality and former Coventry student, Jimmy Doherty, was back in the city recently to officially open a brand new building for students.
A new exhibition of work by MA students from the Coventry School of Art and Design starts this week.
Senior Photography lecturer Elly Clarke has had her film documenting a journey on the Trans-Siberian Railways screened at the MK Gallery in Milton Keynes.
A senior academic from Coventry University has contributed to a new research report into the issues facing HE institutions in gaining and implementing student feedback on courses.
Coventry University has teamed up with augmented reality leaders Aurasma to add a futuristic twist to its latest media campaign.
A series of video guides to sports which will take place during London 2012 has been produced with local clubs and given a big screen debut.
Coventry University has risen 30 places to 53rd overall in the Sunday Times University Guide 2012, making it the second highest climbing university in the UK.
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