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A small team of researchers from Coventry University travelled to Kenya to conduct research on community tensions, dialogue and peacebuilding practices in Kenya and the Eastern Africa region.
Centre Research Fellow Dr Rebecca Catto was one of the young scholars selected to participate at this inugural meeting held at Castle Marbach in Germany, 19-23 August 2013.
Coventry School of Art and Design is offering practising artists free access to its studio spaces and facilities as part of a national residency programme.
Centre professor Harris Beider recently led a successful workshop in New York City which extended the applicability of his Joseph Rowntree Foundations report - White working class views of neighbourhood, cohesion and change - to the US context.
Coventry University's reputation has received another boost ahead of this week's A-level results day, with student satisfaction levels rising significantly for the fifth consecutive year.
With A-Level results day fast approaching (Thursday 15th August), Coventry University is encouraging prospective students to get in touch from today – including anyone who may not have planned to go to university but has had a change of mind.
Coventry University Enterprises, the commercial arm of Coventry University, has launched a new offer to entice businesses with a specialism in renewable energies to its Technology Park.
A Midlands-based polar explorer is encouraging local businesses to take advantage of a new high-tech facility in the region.
The Vice-Chancellor of Coventry University, Professor Madeleine Atkins CBE, has been appointed Chief Executive of the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE).
Our new academic writing materials, drawing on our classification of genre families of assessed student writing and evidence from the BAWE corpus...
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