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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.
Star BBC technology presenter Spencer Kelly and Lords peer Baroness Hussein-Ece OBE are amongst a host of exemplary individuals set to be honoured by Coventry University in its graduation ceremonies next week.
Volunteers are still being sought in Coventry to take advantage of a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to become an ambassador for the city during the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Dr Jason Begley and Professor Nigel Berkeley have had their article published
A Special Issue of the journal Local Economy guest edited by Professor Nigel Berkeley & Dr David Jarvis
A first-class honours fashion student from Coventry University has won a top award at this year’s illustrious Midlands Fashion Designer Awards (MFDA) in Birmingham.
Veteran BBC radio presenter Rob Nothman will be visiting Coventry later this month to present a special lecture entitled Fifty years of Radio Sports Commentary.
The closely-fought US presidential race will be the topic of debate at a free open forum at Coventry University on Monday 5th November – on the eve of the election.
Dr John Beech lectures on Sustainability and Sports Mega-Events
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