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University lecturer highlights resilience of the trans community


A new documentary series, by lecturer Lindsey Dryden, is available to stream.

Professor Kamal Bechkoum

Why Cyber Security should be everyone’s business


Cyber security cannot be left to the IT department alone. It demands a holistic approach from organisations and individuals alike, writes Professor Kamal Bechkoum, Head of School of Business and Technology at the University of Gloucestershire.

Students’ unique sustainability event shortlisted for national award


The University of Gloucestershire's Events Management students have been shortlisted for a national events award.

Students prepare to meet Sir David Attenborough at the Cheltenham Literature Festival


Sir David Attenborough will take to the stage on Saturday 6 October to discuss his life and career at the Cheltenham Literature Festival 2018, in association with the university.

A state-of-the-art centre, bringing together students, staff and businesses


The university has a grand vision for the county – one in which we work closely with the best businesses and help them realise their ambitions and compete on the world stage. 

England Under 21 International Re-signs for Severn Stars


England youth international, Iona Darroch, will be back with the Severn Stars this season after signing for another year.

England international signs for third season with Severn Stars


Severn Stars netball club is delighted to announce it has signed England international Jodie Gibson for a third season.

ITV show reveals connection between Corrie star and Cheltenham town


University of Gloucestershire history lecturer, Dr Christian O’Connell, will be appearing on ITV’s ‘Coronation Street’s DNA Secrets’ this week, as he divulges what life was like for one actor’s ancestors.

Forget Bank Holiday Weekend – it’s Big Wasp Survey Weekend!


Scientists from the University of Gloucestershire and University College London are once again asking for the public’s help to find out more about these misunderstood creatures.

University saves unique Dymock Poet letters


Special Collections and Archives at the university has secured important letters written by the famous American poet Robert Frost for their Dymock Poets Special Collection.

University celebrates jump in student satisfaction


The university is celebrating a rise in the satisfaction of its students, according to the 2018 National Student Satisfaction Survey (NSS) published today (27 July).

University to trial a ban on single use cups


Following feedback from staff and students, the university will be removing single use disposable cups from its refectories and coffee counters this summer.

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