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Co-produced with the BBC College of Journalism, this free, one day conference brings together a line-up of distinguished guests from the world of media who will be looking at ways to use the internet creatively and profitably in the modern world.
The disturbing and emotive issue of female genital mutilation (FGM) is the subject of a one day conference being held at Coventry University on Wednesday 10 November.
Coventry University’s Faculty of Health and Life Sciences has been awarded over £1million for projects to benefit the lives of babies, children and young people with palliative care and their families.
A research team at Coventry University is looking for teenage volunteers to take part in a survey which will give sexual health care professionals a clearer understanding of how young people view and use contraception.
The man responsible for Mastercard’s sport sponsorship strategy is coming to Coventry University on 8 November to talk to post graduate students as part of the business school’s leadership lecture series.
‘A practical guide to using Second Life* in Higher Education’ is a new publication from Coventry University which will prove to be a useful learning resource for teachers.
New research suggests that public support for the mandatory sentence of life imprisonment for murder is much more limited than has traditionally been assumed.
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