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Coventry University’s Institute of Applied Entrepreneurship (IAE) showcases its expertise and services in London at the UK’s inaugural networking trade event ‘Innovate UK’.
To the casual onlooker golf is often perceived as behind the times due to the archaic rules and regulations which govern the game.
Eleven students in the final year of the BA Illustration and Graphics course have designed and created animal mascot costumes to sell in preparation for the Degree Show 2013.
The leader of one of Indonesia’s largest faith-based organisations is set to give a free talk at Coventry University on Friday 22 March. Professor Dr Din Syamsuddin will deliver a lecture on “The Role of Faith in Global Society” at a special event hosted by the University’s new Centre for Social Relations.
Coventry University has appointed Dr Michel Pimbert as director of the Centre for Agroecology and Food Security (CAFS).
Coventry University’s Serious Games Institute is set to play a leading role in a £1.5 million research project which aims to help manufacturing firms transform their business models using games technology and computer simulations.
Geraldine Brady has had a book chapter published. The Policy Press book ‘Family Troubles? Exploring changes and challenges in the family lives of children and young people’ raises the question of how ‘normal’ family troubles and troubled and troubling families are understood in current policy and research. Geraldine’s contribution, ‘Children’s non-conforming behaviour: personal trouble or public issue?’,
Globally renowned Kenyan athlete and UN ambassador Tegla Loroupe will be giving a free talk, organised by Coventry University, at the iconic St Mary’s Guildhall in Coventry city centre on Tuesday 5th March.
The University Project Evening, a competition co-sponsored by Coventry University and the IET Midlands Power Group, takes place on Wednesday 13 March 2013.
Coventry University is helping West Midlands SMEs to take on new opportunities for low carbon building technologies.
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