Staff and students from the University of Gloucestershire have returned from a four day visit to Bosnia-Herzegovina where they met with survivors of the Srebrenica genocide.
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.
Over 100 Music and Media students headed out to Berlin, to organise two internation gigs.
Severn Stars’ Captain, Laura Malcolm, said the team is determined to get a win in front of their home crowd to repay their fans, in what she described as a “massive” match against Surrey Storm.
Vice-Chancellor Stephen Marston's blog 'How Catalyst funding helped put the ‘growth’ into the Growth Hub in Gloucestershire' has been published on the HEFCE (Higher Education Funding Council for England) website.
Lizzy Yarnold retained her skeleton title in PyeongChang on Saturday (17 February) on Great Britain's most successful day at a Winter Olympics.
Defending skeleton champion Lizzy Yarnold MBE will carry the Great Britain flag at the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Lecturer in History, Professor Melanie Ilic, on the centenary of women's right to vote and the struggles of the suffrage movement.
Professor Kamal Bechkoum will launch the 2018 Public Lecture Series at the University by exploring the risks, benefits and future of how we stay safe, while staying connected.
The next generation of digital specialists will be created through the new Institute of Coding.
An independent evaluation by BiGGAR Economics shows the Growth Hub is fully achieving its goals in boosting productivity and economic growth in the county.
Senior Lecturer in Social Care, Dr Mark Redmond and Health, Community & Social Care student, Bethan Griffiths, on what the government’s appointment of a Minister for Loneliness says about our society.
The Business School has secured one million euros of EU funding to develop entrepreneurial capacity amongst graduates and local communities across Indonesia.