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Coronavirus information for our alumni

The University of Gloucestershire is working hard to support students, staff and alumni. The University continues to apply Government guidance in full, and has been adapting our approach in response to the rapidly changing situation. In the light…

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Do wasps deserve their bad reputation?

It’s hard to escape wasps over the summer but if you’ve ever wondered why they exist, have a listen to this science podcast about the stripy stingers. Ecologist Serian Sumner and our own Professor Adam Hart explore their…

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Joint project in full bloom at Oxstalls

A rewilding landscaping project at Plock Court near Oxstalls campus is thriving with summer blooms. This project was started last year, and completed in October, to increase biodiversity in the area near the campus, by providing a natural…

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Support for 2020 graduates beyond Covid-19

The Your Future Plan team at the University of Gloucestershire have launched a new series of events and support for Careers Beyond Covid, designed to help 2020 graduates navigate the changing job market. Graduates from within the last…

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Catch up with the Living Room Lecture series

The University of Gloucestershire’s Living Room Lecture series continues on 1 July, but you can catch up with events so far on our Facebook page. Dr Adeela Shafi MBE launched the series with Don’t Just Throw Away the…

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How can children play safe in a pandemic?

The pandemic has dramatically changed the way we live. One of the questions teachers are now grappling with is, how can children safely play sport and stay fit when they return to school? Senior Lecturer in Physical Education,…

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Unfit for Purpose – Professor’s new book launched today

Adam Hart, Professor of Science Communication, has published his new book, Unfit for Purpose. The book explores the health and social implications of living a ‘modern-day life in a stone-age body’. Adam explores the mismatch between our fundamental…

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Leader of new MSc explores importance of health psychology

Our brand new MSc in Health Psychology is launching in September, led by course leader Dr Rachel Sumner. Rachel is involved in research on how psychological changes can affect our health and wellbeing, and she has now written…

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Students team up with Age UK to preserve memories for future generations

Students from the University of Gloucestershire have teamed up with Age UK Gloucestershire on a project bringing together the young and old. ​ Over an 18-month period from September 2018, students from the School of Media and Health and…

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Online fundraising for emergency appeal

For this year’s University of Gloucestershire Staff Awards, we are fundraising online to support the Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice’s Emergency Appeal. The hospice, which provides specialist end of life care for families in the community, is facing…

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