I joined Warwick in 2014 as an English Literature undergraduate and am now studying for my Masters degree – I just can’t stay away! On campus I’m involved with Warwick Congress, as well as the Yoga and Figure Skating clubs. Besides a love of reading (obviously), I enjoy cooking with my friends and have an appreciation for the fine art of bullet journaling.
As a Community Engagement Officer in the Library, I organise events and services to support undergraduate students’ development and wellbeing during their time at Warwick. Outside of work, I am a student myself, completing a PhD in Applied Linguistics.
I’ve worked in various roles in the Library for the past eight years, and I’m currently an Academic Support Officer and an Academic Support Librarian. I also finished a PhD in History from Warwick back in 2013. When I’m not working I like to spend my weekends pretending to be a Viking.
I am a second year undergraduate student studying Politics, Philosophy and Economics. I spent last Summer teaching Maths in South Africa with Warwick in Africa. Additionally, I am part of the Telephone Fundraising Campaign at Warwick raising money for scholarships, the cancer research centre and other projects. I also play society netball for PPE within the intramural league.
I work on the Community Engagement team helping to organize and run the Study Happy events programme to develop students’ resilience and support their overall wellbeing. I’m quite new to Warwick and before I started I spent 3 years in China researching Chinese English language education and worked as an English for Academic Purposes tutor on presessional courses when I came back to the UK. Outside of work I love travel, knitting and decorating Kirby penguins with sharpies!
I work in the Library as a Community Engagement Officer. I finished my PhD in 2014, on British pressure groups and movements campaigning on European integration from the 1940s to the 1980s. Outside of work I enjoy music, architecture, photography and bike polo (it’s a real thing – google it!).
I’m a third year BA Modern Languages student (French, Spanish & German), currently on my year abroad and living my life as a parisienne and soon to be malagueña. Originally from Manchester, in my spare time I like cooking, dancing and, of course, travelling.
I work in the Library as Academic Support Librarian, mainly supporting WBS. When I’m not in the Library I enjoy going to the gym, socialising with friends, a good TV boxset and the odd bit of DIY!
I work in the Library as an Academic Support Librarian for the Physical Sciences, Engineering and Classics, ensuring that resources are in place and that staff and students are able to make the best use of them. This wide range of subjects means I never have a chance to get bored! Outside work I enjoy music (I sing in the University Chorus and go to as many concerts as I can) and travel (I’m just back from a study tour visiting ancient sites in Albania and Macedonia).
I’m the academic support librarian for Law and Economics. I like walking in the hills or near the sea when I get the chance, and I often talk to the ducks on campus.
I’m a PhD student in the Astronomy and Astrophysics group, where I’m researching exploding satellites and the debris they leave behind. I finished my undergraduate studies in physics at Warwick in 2017 and couldn’t bring myself to leave! Outside of work I enjoy outreach, writing, swimming and drinking coffee.
I am an Academic Support Officer and I support the development of a range of projects aimed at enhancing Library-related teaching and learning, as well as delivering training and induction sessions. I also support the development of online E-learning resources, and engage with the Warwick community through our different social media channels. In my previous life I was a research scientist and I still like to stay up-to-date with all things Science. When I am not working, I enjoy staying active, being out in nature or reading a good book!
I’m the Library’s Academic Services Development Manager and resident Moodle whisperer. I was a late starter when it came to higher education, but enjoyed it so much I ended up doing a PhD as well! I’ve been working in the Library since 2014 and when I’m not buidling online courses, I like visiting windmills, watching 1960s British films and (in spite of living in the landlocked Midlands) writing songs about the sea.
I am an Academic Support Librarian, here to give targeted help to students and staff studying and researching English, Philosophy, French, Italian and Hispanic. A little while ago I was a Warwick student myself, and I remember student life here pretty well. Nowadays, I like reading ghost stories, visiting old houses, bird watching and listening to folk music… and inflicting some of these things on my small children!
I am a Final year PPE student, having spent a year abroad at the University of Waterloo, Canada on exchange. Active within societies and sports on campus – Warwick Labour, Socialist Students, Athletics, Basketball and Football to be precise. Outside of Uni life, I enjoy writing (politics, hip-hop, sports and culture) as well as fitness.
I work in Resource Acquisitions and Digital Access where I enjoy unpacking the new books as they arrive in the Library.
I work in the Library as Academic Support Officer, where I develop online training material and help with enquiries and workshops. Outside work, you’ll find me at the airport or in the Parisian metro… Visiting family and friends and stocking up on Dijon mustards, (smelly) cheese and pains au chocolat.
I am currently in my fourth and final year of English Literature and German BA Hons, and I spent my last year studying and working as a tour guide in Munich, Germany. I’m hoping to get into a career in journalism/marketing when I graduate in the summer. If I manage to get time off from my essays, I love to spend time outside taking photos, cooking, or reading.
I’m an Academic Support Librarian, responsible for looking after the glamorous departments like Film & Theatre Studies. I’m also part of the Library Social Media Team, so if our Twitter account gets a little surreal you can probably blame me. Outside work you’ll probably never see me, unless you too are sitting in a theatre.
I am the Academic Support Librarian for the Medical School, Life Sciences and Psychology. I have been at Warwick for over 10 years and my role is to act as the liaison point between the Schools and the Library. Outside of work, you will find me walking, bird watching, dancing or in a theatre.
I’m a masters student studying Medical Biotechnology and Business Management. This is my first year at Warwick University and so far I love it! Since joining Warwick, I have been involved with the Warwick Incubator as well as the Indian Classical Dance Society. When I’m not at university, I love travelling to different locations and exploring new places!
I have a PhD in contemporary literature and theories of beauty, and spend most of my time with my nose in a book or a cocktail. I blog at Beautiful in Theory.
(Now working at Loughborourgh Uni)
I was a postgraduate medical student at Warwick. Most of my time was spent on hospital placements around Warwickshire: trying not to get in the way. The rest was split between research, humanitarian work with Medsin, sports and all kinds of activities with friends.
I was a part-time MA student at the University of Warwick, where I also worked as a Student Adviser for the Learning Grid. My time was usually spent feeding the campus ducks, reading fantasy and YA novels, writing, daydreaming, discovering endlessly creative ways to procrastinate, and (consequently) making/wearing elaborate fancy-dress costumes.
I am working towards my MA for Research in Film and Television Studies after working in advertising in Covent Garden for a year. I received scholarships for both my BA and my MA, and am currently in the process of applying for a PhD at Warwick, if funding applications succeed! I love animals, food and A Cinderella Story.
I am a postgraduate student at Warwick. I like libraries. I also enjoys making art, usually in the form of short stories, poems and very rough ink drawings. However, I harbor no bias against bread sculpture or finger paints, and am currently working on a novel.
(Now working at Temple University, Philadelphia!)
My University life consists of studying Classics, which means cramming for a lot of Latin tests, and working as a student Adviser in the Learning Grids. I spend my days watching films, going out with friends and playing hockey.
I worked in the Library as a Reading Lists Project Officer, attending to all your reading list-related needs. I’m an Associate Fellow in Film and Television Studies, and recently completed my PhD on the adaptation of the superhero genre from comics to film. Wealth and fame I ignored, pursuing academia as my reward.
I was an Academic Support Officer in the Library, where I helped with enquiries and workshops, and developed online training materials. I love watching movies, am drawn to anything crafty or creative, and spend far too much money on pick ’n’ mix.
I have been on a third year Occupational Therapy placement at Warwick University for the past 12 weeks working with the Mental Health and Wellbeing team based on campus. I am due to complete my degree in June 2018. Outside of placement, I enjoy listening to rock music, going to gigs and I am busy training for the 2018 London Marathon.
I’m a finalist at the Law School and if I am not buried in law books or fulfilling my adviser duties at the Learning Grid, I am working with refugees at the Coventry Law Centre. If I couldn’t make it out of bed, then I love to lounge at my home in Birmingham, try new food recipes, and watch sitcoms.
I work as an Academic Support officer in the library. I’ve recently returned to the UK after living in various different countries including Spain and China. Outside of work, I enjoy watching films and spending time with my family. I am interested in history and languages.
I graduated Warwick with a BA in Classical Civilisation. I worked as Community Engagement Officer at the Library. When I’m not working, you can usually find me snuggled up somewhere with a nice cup of Rooibos. I now live back in Bournemouth and miss Sofia terribly.
My persona is split between between being an undergraduate mathematician, a Student Adviser in the Learning Grid and a Cooper in the student Food Co-op. Other than that I’m interested in pretty much everything. When not satiating this omni-interest by reading, I’m a keen orienteer, bicycle lover and devotee of Mahler’s music.
I am working on a Joint PhD through the Monash Warwick Alliance within the Film, Media and Communications HDR Program. I served as the blog editor for The Study Blog and PhD Life in 2017 and the start of 2018. I now live back in Melbourne and miss Nuala terribly.
I am a history finalist at the University of Warwick. You will commonly find me in the various coffee outlets around campus hungover and/or sleep-deprived. I like to spend my time travelling, cooking and blogging.
I am a sometime-archivist, historian and PhD who has spent more years at Warwick than seems possible. These days you’ll find me working in the Student Admissions and Recruitment Office. Outside work you’ll often find me out walking, doodling, dancing to synthpop, playing tennis, or with my head wedged in a book.
I was a PhD student and seminar tutor in the Department of History. I split my time between my flat in Kenilworth and the comfy chairs in Curiositea. When I am not blogging, I like cats, cheese, and cycling, and some other things which don’t begin with C.
I was an MA in Writing student at Warwick and a Freelance Writer. When not writing about films, libraries and fashion, I’m working on short stories, poems and the odd novel. As well as this I enjoy suburban fiction, horror films, folk music, watches, chick-flicks and biscuits.
(Freelance writer and an Assistant Editor!)
I worked on the Library’s Student as Researcher project and hold BAMAPhD in English, Renaissance writing and food history. I also spend lots of time with Warwick students. We enjoy hanging off various apparatus or seeing which parts of our body we can spin on. All this helps me build on my stockpile of handy tips on what not to do at University.