Your Student Newsletter - Week 6
The Student Communications Team
Undergraduate Undergraduate <mrgammon+UG@gmail.com>
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Hello Undergraduate

This week we have a range of opportunities! Read on for events around Artificial Intelligence, a CyberWomen@Warwick webinar, and our Liberation Conference. There's still time to apply for TeamWork, WATE and WAPTE nominations close tomorrow, and Moodle will be offline on Saturday 18 February.

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Learning, teaching, research, and assessments

Moodle Offline on Saturday 18 February

A reminder that the main Warwick Moodle service is expected to be offline for most of the day on Saturday 18 February due to essential maintenance, including a database update. Work will commence in the early morning and is likely to take most of the day.

Curious about Artificial Intelligence?

Artificial Intelligence is all around us, even where we least expect it! Resonate Lates are running Behaviour brAIn - AI in Healthcare on Tuesday 28 February, 6:30pm-8:30pm, at Life House in Leamington Spa. There will be discussions on how this technology is utilised in different contexts, with a focus on its application in hospitals and medical research. Find out more and register for free.

CyberWomen@Warwick Winter Webinar: Our Story So Far

Following on from our conference talk at the National Digital Forensics Seminar 2022: 6 Women, 6 Months, 1 Goal, our online webinar is aimed at everyone. We would love to welcome you to join us and share our story of who we are and how we came together. Please register here to join us online on 8 March, 1:30pm-3:30pm, and you can find out more here.

WATE and WAPTE nominations closing soon

The deadline to nominate for the Warwick Awards of Teaching Excellence and for Personal Tutoring Excellence has been extended to tomorrow! Watch this video to hear from some of our 2022 WATE winners, and you can find out more about the categories and how to nominate.

Liberation Conference 2023

Led by Tomi Amole, your Vice President for Welfare and Campaigns, and Hamza Rehman, your Vice President for Postgraduates, Liberation Conference 2023 is a week-long, primarily in-person, co-collaborative set of workshops, talks, and discussions. Come together to discuss and learn about a variety of political issues affecting marginalised people. From Monday 20-Friday 24 February, each day has a different theme, such as the Politics of Identity, the Climate Crisis, and more. See the full list of events and timings.

TeamWork 2023 - Last chance to apply!

Take part in Warwick’s virtual international programme to enhance your CV and career path, and work with students from around the world on a project provided by an organisation. If you are a widening participation student, you will receive a £400 bursary for taking part. It takes place from 26 June-21 July, and the deadline to apply is Monday 20 February.
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Support, safety and community

Wellbeing: Self-care by you

Continuing with this week's wellbeing theme around self-care, why not take a look at our student blogs including ideas on how to take care of yourself? There's Liz’s Guide to De-stressing After a Study-Packed Week at University, including things you can do to unwind and feel energised and productive during the week. Afrina has also written a piece, How Do I Survive University? which highlights the importance of community and reaching out to those around you.

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Best wishes,

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and the Student Communications Team