Hi <<First Name>>,

Term may be coming to an end, but there's still loads of stuff going on for postgraduates if you're around campus:
  • 28 June | Creating Impact: Communicating your research: Join us for a talk on public engagement and impact from Professor Gary Hall, with a showcase of PhD research posters, and the opportunity to network. Wine, canapes and refreshments will be provided. Sign up here.
  • 7 July - 1 September | The Great Research Bake Off! Share your baking with us this summer by taking part in the Great Research Bake Off!  The Bake Off will be running over the summer. Just bring in your bake to a Research Refresh, held every Thursday, 10.30am-12pm!
  • 15 July, 5 August and 2 September | Board game nights are back! After the popularity of the Big Night In during the Easter Vacation, we will be running board game nights throughout the Summer. Hosted by 'Tea and Tabletop' there will be loads of games to choose from, catering to all abilities. So whether you’re looking for some light-hearted laughs or want to knuckle down and get your game on, there’s something for everyone.
  • 28 July | Summer Fete: Look out for the Postgrad Summer Fete at the end of July, giving you all the chance to celebrate a successful year at Warwick. Head to the piazza for an afternoon of live music, games, relaxing, BBQ food and drinks on 28 July.
Our Summer of Sport also continues beyond the Euros, with plenty to watch - from Wimbledon to the Olympics - and plenty of ways to get active. Don't miss out on tomorrow's Summer Career Fair either. And if you use the Shuttlebus, check out the new timetables starting next week.

Oh, and congratulations to our PGR Showcase winners!
Best wishes,

Student Communications Team

P.S. Just a reminder that, in light of the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, there is some initial guidance for those of you who may have questions or concerns about how this may impact you available here.
24/7 LibraryThe 24/7 Library proposal has been very welcome and has received wide support across the University community. The proposal will be built into the University budget and presented to the University’s principal governing body, the Council, in July, to receive its final approval.
Changes to University House: Recent changes to University House café provided extra space to study after 5pm and during weekends. Now exams are over, the next phase of works will begins today. Find out more details of the changes here.
Want to become a PG Mentor?: We're launching a peer mentorship scheme to provide support for postgraduates. Mentoring will take place in an online community, open to all Warwick postgraduates, and through campus-based activities such as themed group-mentoring sessions. We're looking for dedicated mentors to draw on their experience to provide peer-to-peer guidance and support (starting in September 2016).
Campus Developments - Summer 2016: This summer will see a new phase in our work to develop central campus. Take a look at the upcoming works.
Nominate for our next Chancellor: We want suggestions for who to appoint as our next Chancellor. If you would like to submit a nominee for consideration, let us know.
Stage Fest 2016: Music Theatre Warwick and the Music Centre have teamed up to organise Stage Fest - a new performing arts and music festival. It's already begun, but there's still loads to see this week, with performances from the Salsa Dancing, MTW, Big Band, and Pole Dance to name a few!
Prevent Reference Group - Call for Members: We're establishing a group to ensure that our implementation of the Prevent Duty is in-line with our commitment to equality, non-discrimination and academic freedom. Join us and give your input.
Graduation and beyond: If you’ve got graduation coming up, make sure to check out the information on the Awards and Ceremonies pages. And if you’re thinking about your options beyond graduation, our e-mentoring and networking service can help you get land your dream job or get your foot in the door. It can support you to contact experienced Warwick alumni working in almost every profession and country in the world.
Coventry City of Culture: To launch Coventry’s bid to be UK City of Culture in 2021, they’re taking over the Rhythm Tent at Godiva Festival. You can support the bid as a bid ambassador at the festival or by following them on TwitterFacebook or Instagram.