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The university commits to divest from fossil fuels


The university has taken the decision to fully divest from fossil fuel extraction companies with immediate effect.

In the age of ‘fake news’ what’s next for journalism?


Journalism Lecturer, Paul Wiltshire, presents ‘Finding the truth in a fake news era’ at the university's next Public Lecture.

University stages free family jazz events


From mini golf to musical instrument making, University of Gloucestershire students are holding a series of pop-up events at this year’s Cheltenham Jazz Festival.

Student songwriter selected for 2000trees 2018 line-up


University of Gloucestershire Popular Music student, Jack Cooper, has been chosen to perform at this year’s 2000trees festival after impressing judges at a showcase earlier this month.

As the weather warms up, university research reveals when to expect a spider in your home, and where they like to lurk


New research, fuelled by thousands of recorded sightings from the public, has shed light on just when and where UK house spiders are most likely to be found indoors

One million euro university project to take the Growth Hub to Indonesia


The project aims to create Growth Hubs in Indonesian universities over the next three years, using the model of the Gloucestershire Growth Hub.

University shortlisted for two national awards for achievements in business support and innovation in teaching


The university is celebrating success in being shortlisted for two awards in this year’s national Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards (THELMAs).

Home Office expert visits C11 to shine a light on protecting yourself from cyber crime


How do you control security online? Cyber security is now one of the biggest risks facing businesses, in a world in which data is vital.

Homecoming for double Olympic gold winner Lizzy Yarnold


Britain’s most successful Winter Olympian, Lizzy Yarnold, is returning to the University following her success at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, this time as a guest speaker in the Public Lecture Series.

Lecturer welcomes cashless Church of England


A lecturer at the University, whose research looks at the financial abuse of vulnerable people within the Church of England, has welcomed the announcement this week of the introduction of portable card readers for donations.

Students sleep on the streets to support YMCA


On Friday, 9 March, students from the University will be sleeping rough for one night as the YMCA once again hosts Cheltenham’s largest annual sleep-out event.

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