University of Warwick

Posted on Jun 12, 2018

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Helen Pennack - Director of Communications and Marketing

Helen Pennack is Director of Marketing and Communications at the University of Warwick.
In her role she provides strategic marketing and communications leadership for the University, with responsibility for brand and positioning, marketing communications, marketing support for departments, market and customer insight research, online and digital communications, relationship marketing and CRM, student and staff communications, alumni engagement and events. Helen also has direction over the marketing activities in the University’s commercial arm.

Helen is passionate about brand and integrated marketing communications, relationship marketing and online marketing and the use of market research and customer journey mapping to drive all marketing activity.

Recent News from University of Warwick

 

87% of research is ‘world‑leading’ (3*) or ‘internationally excellent’ (4*)

 

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Four of their departments are ranked as the leading academic department for outputs (publications) in the country

 

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In the QS World University Rankings, Warwick is ranked in the top 30 in the world for employer reputation

 

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Research Member since 2018

 

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About the University of Warwick

The University of Warwick is one of the UK's leading universities, with an acknowledged reputation for excellence in research and teaching, for innovation, and for links with business and industry. 

Warwick is a leading university, somewhere forward-looking and ambitious, where the starting point is always 'anything is possible'. They consistently perform strongly in the UK league tables, and are among the top 20 'Most International' universities in the world.

They are as respected for boundary-breaking research as for teaching and business collaborations, and strive to lead rather than follow, and are renowned for their entrepreneuralism and cosmopolitan outlook.

International Partnerships

The University of Warwick is using its worldwide status to build on existing and new relationships with individuals and institutions who see the world as they do: as a place that can be transformed by learning and working together. 

Warwick is already international to the core. The University attracts gifted students and academics from across the world to its base in Coventry. With its major work in London, Venice and Brussels it nurtures vital relationships with European partners. Warwick has forged an influential Alliance with Monash University in Australia, harnessing our collective strengths to empower our research and education to meet the complex challenges of our global community. 

Warwick is also investing significantly in the development of new international partnerships in research and education. Operating with a diverse range of partnership models, Warwick has links with universities in China such as Fudan University, Tsinghua University and University of Hong Kong (UHK).

Notable Research Areas

Warwick has strengthened its position amongst the UK’s ten best research universities. Warwick’s intensity also achieved a top ten ranking, signifying the strength-in-depth of our exceptional body of research staff. Its 4* research has risen from 21% to 37% and a total of 87% of the University’s research activity was ranked at a Quality level of either 3* or 4*.

University of Warwick's Global Research Priorities programme addresses some of the most challenging problems facing the world today, providing a platform for multidisciplinary research in 11 key areas of international significance. These key areas include: Behavioural Science, Connecting cultures, Cyber security, Energy, Food, Global governance, Innovative manufacturing, International development, Materials, Science and tech for health, Sustainable cities.