University and Cathedral sign memorandum of understanding
West End showcase for Cumbria students
Exhibition shows life outside the box
"Special students" celebrated at annual Success Awards
Immersion/Emergence: Contemporary art residency shortlist announced
Cinderella goes to the Ball – Stateside
This intriguing title is the name of a learning collaboration between the University of Cumbria law degree (LLB Law) programme and Coastal Pines Technical College (Paralegal Studies) in the state of Georgia, USA. Both institutions have formed an alliance that enables their law students to learn from each other and to discuss the similarities and differences, the benefits and challenges of each other’s legal systems. Yesterday saw the two groups of students engage in an intense debate across the
Posted on Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Former students and university collaborate on autism research project
University registered as apprenticeship trainer
Pupils gain insight into crime scene investigation science skills
High fliers of the future visit University of Cumbria
The University of Cumbria recently welcomed two aspiring young students to their Fusehill Street campus. The girls, Leah Kennerley and Laila Ridyard, both 9, had written to members of staff asking for the opportunity to gain an insight into their chosen careers.
Posted on Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Nursing students "ready for a demanding but rewarding career.”
Many third year University of Cumbria nursing students are about to join the ranks of the organisation at a time of major change within the profession. From the development of new roles such as associate nurses to new ways of providing community healthcare, candidates leaving this year will arguably have the widest range of opportunities open to them.
Posted on Friday, March 24, 2017
Mastery approaches in maths adds up
Education ties link Nigeria to Cumbria and north Lancashire
Pioneer of holidays for working people is subject of new book
Douglas Hope is a PhD graduate from the University of Cumbria whose fascination with Thomas Arthur Leonard, founder of both the Co-operative Holidays Association (CHA) and the Holiday Fellowship (HF), has led to several years of intensive research and the publication of a book that details Leonard’s achievements and legacy.
Posted on Wednesday, March 22, 2017
MillionPlus launches #25andRising campaign
£2.3m eco-innovation funding to boost business efficiency
Safely back from a trip of a lifetime
Brexit and the Border debate begins
Male domestic violence to be studied by university researcher
Watermark makes a splash
Successful 'technology enabled care and wellbeing @ home' event
Assistive technology has rapidly developed in recent years and an exhibition and conference at the University of Cumbria which brought together industry and care providers heard how advances could hold the key to meeting the demand for better care in the future.
Posted on Wednesday, March 8, 2017
University gears up for Apprenticeship Week 2017
University appoints new apprenticeship manager
MP inspects work on £9million Lancaster teaching block
University professor of practice appears on network radio
Modern universities key to devolution & the industrial strategy, says MillionPlus
A report published today by MillionPlus, the Association for Modern Universities, argues that modern universities are vital to support devolution and the industrial strategy and need to be valued as key players if the government is to deliver on its ambitions to improve living standards and re-balance regional growth.
Posted on Thursday, March 2, 2017
Lord Bragg demonstrates support for University of Cumbria/HM Prison Haverigg partnership
Dr Alison Spurgeon-Dickson, senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Cumbria, has just returned from London where she met with Melvyn, Lord Bragg of Wigton, who gave his backing to a Learning Together programme Alison is delivering at Haverigg Prison.
Posted on Wednesday, March 1, 2017