SOAS University of London has launched a new undergraduate programme,  Africa and the Black Diaspora. This degree programme signals a new approach to re-imagining Africa and the Black Diaspora as part of SOAS’s broader social justice agenda found in the institutional community pillar of the new strategic plan. The new degree, […]

New University of Warwick Faculty of Arts building opens on 6th December to students, staff and the public. The new building provides an interdisciplinary learning and research space and will also host events and exhibitions for campus communities and the public. The building’s grounds will feature a grove of trees originating […]

Fascinating live science experiments, short talks, and panel discussions led by Birkbeck scientists educated visitors on the human brain. A team of 22, ranging from secondary school children to senior academics from Birkbeck and three other universities, recently led a number of events at Norwich Science Festival, an annual celebration of science that offers hands-on science activities for all […]

The University of Southampton’s expertise in digital humanities is set to bring to life the many untold stories about women’s achievements and discoveries in archaeology, history and heritage in the UK. The School of Humanities will help academic partners, including the Society of Antiquaries of London, to create an open […]

The world is facing an unprecedented energy challenge. While many countries around the world have committed to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, we expect global energy for demand to double from today’s requirements within the same timescale. There is, therefore, an urgent need for sustainable solutions and technologies. To help meet […]

Academic Dean and pioneering researcher Dr Kene Igweonu talks about the outlook for creative industries, race in theatre and society, and the point when he knew that MDX was for him. Dr Kene Igweonu, Academic Dean of MDX’s Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries, is President of the African Theatre […]

8 October marks one year since George Gandy passed away. George – who was the University’s Head Endurance Coach – was incredibly loved at the University, where he spent most of his working life devoted to sport at Loughborough.   He coached more than eighty international athletes, which include major championship medallists […]