Warwick Undergraduate Newsletter - Week 9, Term 2
Hi <<First Name>>,

Easter is nearly upon us, so here's your final news rundown for this term.

Don't forget that there will be some changes to study space opening hours over the vacation, or to check out the information on vacation borrowing. There will also be changes to the opening times of retail outlets,  Careers & Skills, Warwick Sport, and the Health Centre amongst others. Wellbeing walks and drop-ins will continue throughout the vacation, but check their times too. When you return in term 3, the café space in University House will remain open in the evenings, which will provide extra space to study alongside the Learning Grid.

Don't forget, if you haven't yet completed the National Student Survey, it takes 5-10 minutes and we'll put £5 on your Eating at Warwick card to say thank you. (Find out why you should!)

Whatever you're up to, I hope you have a good final few days of term and an enjoyable vacation.
All the best,

Student Communications Team
New Sports Hub: We aim to have the most physically active campus community in the UK by 2020, one offering the world-class sporting experience you'd expect of a world-class University. That's why we're investing in a new Sports and Wellness Centre. We’re holding two on-campus exhibitions giving you the chance to view the plans and input.
Undergraduate Internship Programme: We're offering 10 paid professional internships during the summer vacation. There are four 4-weeks sustainability-focused and six 8-weeks administrative internships up for grabs. They're aimed at those entering their final year of study this autumn. Info sessions are running this week and next.
International Conference of Undergraduate Research: If you want to enhance your research and presentation skills and be involved in an interdisciplinary and international conference right here at Warwick, now you can! The Call for Abstracts for ICUR 2016 is open! Please submit your 250 word abstract online by 15 May.
e-mentoring from Warwick Alumni: Looking for a first step on the career ladder? Hundreds of Warwick graduates are waiting to give you the benefit of their experience. Sign up for Warwick’s free student/alumni e-mentoring service to build your network, expand your horizons and find new opportunities. 
Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence: Get a member of staff or a postgraduate recognised for their effective and inspirational teaching. Nominations close on Wednesday 16 March (Week 10).
What is Prevent? There's a statutory duty for HE institutions to have “due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism”. This SU Q&A panel session on Thursday 10 March (6-7pm, MS.05) will discuss the issues raised by the legislation. The panel includes VC Stuart Croft, Safrina Kumar Ahmed (Warwick Anti-Racism Society), and Professor Daniel Branch (History Department).
Funding Opportunities: IATL grants support research, collaborative or performance projects (Deadline 16 March). Monash Warwick Alliance funding supports collaborations with Monash, including academic, cultural, sports and skills events. The Environmental Sustainability Fund supports projects to improve campus sustainability. Work Experience Bursaries offer up to £200 per financial year for unpaid work experience. And if you're worried about money, check out the advice on the funding pages.
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