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Gender Expression Fund

Fri 14 Jan 2022

Gender expression fund available!

Transgender, non-binary, and gender-non-conforming students can now apply for up to £50 of funding for gender affirming items. Applications are open now until 6th February. Click here to apply.Read more

 
We're hiring!

Fri 14 Jan 2022

Need some extra cash whilst studying at Warwick? We currently have job vacancies for casual roles at our food & drink outlets. Apply before 24th January.Read more

 
Understanding Wellbeing Module

Thu 13 Jan 2022

Warwick IATL presents: Understanding Wellbeing, an interdisciplinary, HEAR accredited module for improving your wellbeing literacy, supported by Warwick BioSoc. Find out more and enrol today!Read more

 
Housing Talks Round-Up 2022

Fri 07 Jan 2022

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This online event is one last opportunity to learn all things housing as you prepare to secure private accommodation for the next academic year. Click through to join.Read more

 
Start a New Society!

Fri 07 Jan 2022

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Can’t find what you’re looking for in one of our 250+ societies? You can always start a new one! Check out the new process for starting a society here.Read more

 
Spring Officer Elections: Nominations Now Open!

Fri 07 Jan 2022

Make Your Mark!

The wait is finally over! Nominations for the Spring Officer Elections are now open. Nominate yourself or a friend for a Full-Time or Part-Time Officer position. Click through to view all the roles available.Read more

 
 
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We stand together against transphobia

Mon 08 Nov 2021

We stand together against transphobia

In our roles as representatives at Warwick SU, we stand in solidarity with the trans and non-binary communities, and their allies, protesting at the University of Sussex. This statement explains why.Read more

 
Hidden Disabilities: Misconceptions About Autism (guest blog)

Fri 10 Dec 2021

It’s currently UK Disability History Month, 18th November – 18th December. This year, one of the themes is ‘hidden disability’. Michael, an autistic student at Warwick, has written this blog tackling some common misconceptions surrounding his hidden disability.Read more

 
International Pronouns Day

Wed 20 Oct 2021

It’s International Pronouns Day! I’m Nathan, your Postgraduate Officer, and my pronouns are they/them. As a nonbinary person, it’s obviously quite important to me for people to know my pronouns, but I’d like to take a little time to help you understand the profound impact pronouns can have, and explain why we should all make a habit of sharing our pronouns and askinRead more

 
PG Officer's Office Hour

Mon 15 Nov 2021

Your PG Officer, Nathan, will be holding a monthly drop-in open to all postgraduates at Warwick, where you can ask about their work to date, discuss any issues you might want support with, and explore opportunities to get involved.Read more

 
My first month in office

Fri 15 Oct 2021

In my manifesto I promised an SU that works for you, that was fit for postgrads, and where student priorities drive decisions. I also promised regular updates so you can stay in the know. I’ve been in post just over a month, and experienced first-hand the barriers to changing things about the SU that don’t work for you. I believe more strongly than ever that the SU needRead more

 
#WeGetConsent: You Said, We Did

Thu 14 Oct 2021

We reviewed the #WeGetConsent campaign over summer, and are excited to share the outcomes of our consultation work with you.Read more

 
 
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SU Postgraduate news

We stand together against transphobia
We stand together against transphobia

In our roles as representatives at Warwick SU, we stand in solidarity with the trans and non-binary communities, and their allies, protesting at the University of Sussex.

This statement explains why.

 
International Pronouns Day

It’s International Pronouns Day!

I’m Nathan, your Postgraduate Officer, and my pronouns are they/them.

As a nonbinary person, it’s obviously quite important to me for people to know my pronouns, but I’d like to take a little time to help you understand the profound impact pronouns can have, and explain why we should all make a habit of sharing our pronouns and asking other people for theirs.

 
My first month in office

In my manifesto I promised an SU that works for you, that was fit for postgrads, and where student priorities drive decisions. I also promised regular updates so you can stay in the know.

I’ve been in post just over a month, and experienced first-hand the barriers to changing things about the SU that don’t work for you. I believe more strongly than ever that the SU needs to change, and this is the year to do it.

Here's what I've been up to so far.