Over 5,000 students have now signed CUSU's open letter. Find out our next steps to take the letter forward.
From the end of lockdown to the return of major events, Coventry 2021 sets out how it will pace and scale its programme in the coming months
After some technical difficulties we are finally able to publish the 1st edition of our Market Review Group!
Monday! We are back at it with a new Literature Review.
The Essays of Warren Buffett - L. A. Cunningham
Hear from Elizabeth as she discusses what we mean by self injury, how we can empower ourselves and others to raise awareness of self injury and increase understanding and empathy, and access the support available.
(Trigger notice - This article discusses self injury and mental health)
Don't feel too guilty about your video game binge, it's about moderation!
Presenting our executive alumni Ian Burns, former CEO of St. James’s Place Wealth Management.
Join students Hristo Kirov, Josh McFadden and special guest Donato Napoletano as they talk about men's mental health issues, and Donato's experience of coming out to friends and family, as well as LGBT+ inclusion on campus (Sam is away again this week on some well earned holiday!)
This time the Literature Review goes out on Tuesday!
The Behavioural Psychology Masterpiece - Thinking, Fast and Slow - D. Kahneman
Kahneman won the 2002 Nobel prize in economic science as a psychologist, pivoting on humans irrational behaviour and decision making.
Tell us your thoughts on this book and watch this space for weekly book reviews.
To kick off our March event frenzy, we are pleased to present our Alumni Panel event this Wednesday, 3rd of March at 6pm.
Come find out all that is going on as part of University Mental Health Day!
Coventry needs you! Grab this once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of Coventry City of Culture 2021
The London Borough of Barking & Dagenham has been shortlisted to apply to the Football Foundation for ‘Active Through Football’ funding to support the increasing of physical activity in people aged 16+, and a consultation is underway to gather ideas.
As students in the local area, your feedback is vital to this consultation.
It's Womens History Month here at CUSU - Throughout the month we'll be raising awareness of our Women Students campaigns, events & activities as well as celebrating International Womens Day on the 8th March. There is so much for you to get involved with throughout the month, and lots planned for International Womens Day too. Read on to find out more.
Welfare and Inclusion Rep, Max Shenton chats to Euan Tiernan, Rugby League President, and Coventry University Sport Scholar about the impact of COVID-19 on the LGBTQ+ community, and LGBTQ+ inclusion in sport. Read on to see what they discovered...
With International Women's Day (March 8th) also falling on the first day of Green Week (March 8th - 14th), we are using the opportunity to highlight academics who are championing sustainability in their course teaching!
How your CV is looking is changing and the digital CV such as a video is becoming more and more popular with recruiters
University students from across the West Midlands will be joining up online for the launch of a new initiative as part of the MiFriendly Cities project.
THE MUSIC RELATED GAME NIGHTS ARE BACK!!!
Check out what we have planned for March 2021!
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