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Dr John Beech lectures on Sustainability and Sports Mega-Events
Dr Moya Kneafsey and colleagues have successfully won the FP7 project ‘FOODMETRES’
John Beech has had an article co-authored with Professor Sebastian Kaiser on Perspectives of Sport-related Labour Market and Employment Research
Listen to the full Sian Aslop and Hilary Nesi interview here, as Sian tells us about her research into Engineering lectures, and culturally determind pragmatic features.
Encouraging people to grow more of their own food is not only beneficial to the environment but leads to improved health and wellbeing and creates stronger local communities, according to new Coventry University research released today.
The man who co-founded legendary British F1 team Williams is set to give a free lecture in Coventry University’s brand new Engineering and Computing building on Thursday 18th October.
A series of striking images by a second year Photography student have gone on show as part of the ’2012 International Young Photographers Exhibition’, at the Daegu Photo Biennale in South Korea.
A leading organisational development provider is demonstrating its ‘commitment to people development’ by supporting one of the UK’s most prestigious awards for business.
Coventry University Journalism and Media student wins Journalist of the Year Award at the 2012 Broadcast Journalism Training Council 2012 annual awards
Over 80 volunteers who represented Coventry during the London 2012 Olympic Games in July and August will be reprising their role for the city’s ever-popular half marathon this weekend.
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