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Rock legend Tony Iommi, lead guitarist and founding member of heavy metal trailblazers Black Sabbath, will be sharing his songwriting secrets with music students at Coventry University.
Researchers at Coventry University are looking for members of the public to voice their opinions on the importance of compassion in healthcare provision.
Coventry University has broken into the top 30 of UK universities today in the Guardian university league table 2015, rising six places to 27th overall and ranking ahead of nine Russell Group institutions.
Legendary pop producer and songwriter Dr Pete Waterman OBE is set to give a free talk in Coventry later this week about his rise from a working class background in the city to become a leading figure in the global music industry.
Two former paramedic science students from Coventry University are starring in a new BBC documentary series focusing on the next generation of emergency service recruits.
Dr Yung-Fang Chen and Dr Tony McAleavy from Geography, Environment and Disaster Management (GED) recently took 21 students to Taiwan to learn about disaster management and emergency planning as well as participating in cultural exchange.
A series of joint events and staff exchanges between Coventry University and its new partner Kadir Has University has reaffirmed the institutions' commitment to build on their relationship.
A new production of a classic farce from the sixties is being staged at the Abbey Theatre in Nuneaton next week.
A new three-day exhibition at the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum next week is set to explore an array of letters – some centuries old – from migrants who describe their experiences moving away from home to new parts of the world.
A Coventry University graduate has taken up the post of Industrial Product Designer at the University’s Health Design & Technology Institute (HDTI).
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