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A sustainable agriculture expert from Coventry University will make her case for how the barriers currently preventing the widespread implementation of agroecology can be overcome to help ensure global food security, when she speaks at the Royal Geographical Society's annual international conference this week.
Spain is the team most likely to score first in Sunday’s UEFA European Football Championship final, but Italy has more chance of following up a successful strike with a second and third goal.
Christopher Graham, the UK’s Information Commissioner will be visiting the Coventry to present a special lecture called: ‘Publish or not – the right to privacy versus the right to know’ later this month.
The democratisation of Iraq will be the focus of a free-to-attend seminar in Coventry next week as two key personalities from the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) visit the city to discuss the issues and challenges faced by the country.
Coventry University students will be taking their work to the UK’s largest graduate art and design exhibition Free Range, later this month at the Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane, London.
Coventry University’s The Hub has won a prestigious award from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) at the annual regional awards ceremony last week.
Dr Brittain was recently successful in a Framework 7 bid for a Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowship worth 300,000 Euros to bring a Brazilian researcher to the University for two years from September this year.
Dr David Jarvis has had two papers accepted
Coventry University has received a further boost in the national rankings today with a rise of 21 places to 55th overall in The Times Good University Guide 2013, making it the UK’s most improved institution.
A workshop for youth work lecturers (HE and FE) and practitioners, funded by the Higher Education Academy, was held at Coventry University on 14 June 2012 addressing ‘The international perspectives of youth work practice and education’.
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