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Hilary Nesi and Sheena Gardner has been chosen by Cambridge University Press as their featured book of the month.
The successful public-private sector partnership between Coventry University and outsourcing giant TNT Business Solutions has been celebrated with the opening of a major facility.
Dr Geraldine Brady presented a paper on ‘Schooling, difference and inclusion: children’s experiences of ADHD’,
Equality and Human Rights Commissioner, Dr Jean Irvine OBE will lead a line-up of speakers at a conference in Coventry later this month which will discuss the effects of removing the default retirement age in the UK.
Sport and Exercise Science student, Jade Feavyour has just completed one of the most exciting and thrilling experiences of her life – being one of the 70,000 volunteers at London 2012.
A Coventry University professor, Rosalind Searle, has played a leading role in a new BBC Two programme due to air this Thursday featuring multimillionaire Dragon’s Den entrepreneur Hilary Devey.
Coventry University student, Kelly Ashby, has reached the final of a Virgin Media competition to manage a one-off event in London’s Royal Opera House for Richard Branson.
A social enterprise charity led by Coventry University has been working with Big Issue sellers in South Africa to help them develop new skills and access real work opportunities.
The first cohort of Senior Managers at Bank of Ireland Group who participated in their in-house delivered leadership programme have graduated with a university qualification.
Students seeking a place at Coventry University since A-level results day have been more active than ever on Twitter according to the institution’s social media statistics.
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