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Spotlight on new artists as the University hosts BBC Introducing


A special showcase of musical talent and industry experts will feature in a live broadcast from BBC Introducing in the West from 8pm at the University’s Park campus, this Saturday 18 November.

Severn Stars announce exciting squad for 2018


A mixture of international and national experience, along with emerging talent makes up the new Severn Stars squad, which has been announced ahead of the new Superleague season.

The War on Women – survivor from the Bosnian War speaks at University


The University welcomes the president of the Association of Women Victims of War and survivor of the Bosnian war Bakira Hasečić who will host a talk about the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war.

University hosts 'Find Your Future' event to help more young people access Higher Education


An event designed to inform and inspire parents and pupils from local schools about the possibilities of higher education was held this weekend at Oxstalls Campus, 21 October.

University Journalism course shortlisted for national industry awards at Hampton Court


The University's Journalism department is in the running for a national award with a scheme to boost students’ confidence.

Clinton to University students: “We need good journalists to report the truth”


Students from the University and local secondary schools were able to meet with Hillary Clinton moments before she took to the stage at the Cheltenham Literature Festival.

Multi-award winning film produced by University of Gloucestershire lecturer hits UK cinemas


Feature documentary Unrest, produced by University of Gloucestershire Lecturer Lindsey Dryden, is released in UK cinemas this week (20 October).

Annual Chancellor’s Lecture to ask: Is Artificial Intelligence going too far?


Dame Wendy Hall, a Director of the Web Science Institute, presents ‘Artificial Intelligence: through the looking glass’ at the University of Gloucestershire’s annual Chancellor’s Lecture.

Criminology students test ‘broken window theory’ with a community clean-up


Students from the University are holding a community clean-up in the St Paul’s area of Cheltenham, as part of a long term study into crime in the area.

Unlocking the mysteries behind the behaviour of birds


A starling murmuration is an amazing sight, watching millions of birds wheeling about the sky, but it’s a phenomenon that we know very little about. Professor Anne Goodenough will address this enigma, and more, in her Inaugeral Lecture.

University kicks off its Public Lecture Series with 'The Curious Case of Social Media'


Dr David Webster will launch the 2017/18 Public Lecture Series by taking a closer look at the past, present and future of social media, asking is it the ultimate democratic ideal or just a dystopian disappointment?

Scientists want your help – and your leftover beer - in the first ever UK wasp survey


What late summer bank holiday wouldn’t be complete without wasps? We may hate them but they’re useful predators, controlling garden pests and pollinating flowers.

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