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Peter Hansford, the UK government’s newly appointed Chief Construction Advisor, visited Coventry University on Friday as part of his first week in post to see what the institution is doing to help drive forward the low carbon construction industry.
Coventry University’s part in a multimillion pound Lottery funded campaign to encourage students to take part in sports has been highlighted in a report by organisers Sport England.
Students from Coventry and Warwick universities joined forces to host a donor recruitment drive for a leading blood cancer charity.
Coventry University hosted a workshop on spoken corpora for postgraduate students in the region to present their work and share ideas. The session concluded with some inter-coder reliability testing on the ELC annotations
Academics have had their book proposal ‘Global Economic Crisis and Local Economic Development: International Cases and Policy Responses’ accepted by Routledge.
A professor at Coventry University’s Business School has been invited to speak alongside a roster of globally-renowned sporting stars at the inaugural Doha GOALS sports forum in Qatar.
A ‘Question Time’ event featuring some of the region’s top business brains is taking place at Coventry University on Friday 30th November.
A senior lecturer at Coventry University has been appointed from a field of experts across the world to become one of three key advisors to a global tourism taskforce.
A launch of 200 balloons at Coventry University later this week is set to mark the city’s ongoing commitment to ending domestic violence.
The Faculty of Engineering and Computing’s new commercial team made its first public appearance at the Advanced Engineering Show at the NEC last week.
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