New research from the University of Gloucestershire is helping police to predict the critical steps a killer takes from stalking, violence and coercive control to domestic homicide.
The University's School of Business and Technology has hosted a conference for leaders from across the County, who were invited to join academics to discuss challenges and future solutions for entrepreneurial growth in Gloucestershire.
1 million euro University of Gloucestershire-led Indonesia Growth Hub project reaches half-way point.
The University of Gloucestershire and Gloucestershire Engineering Training (GET) have announced a partnership to work together on the provision of engineering degree apprenticeships.
A team of Film Production students from the University of Gloucestershire have been named the winners of the undergraduate Comedy & Entertainment category by the Royal Television Society.
Students from the University of Gloucestershire presented a sold-out fashion show at Oxstalls campus as part of a collaborative event management project.
The University of Gloucestershire’s graduating students will be showcasing their wide range of talent, innovation, dedication and creativity at the annual School of Art and Design Degree Show.
A researcher from the University of Gloucestershire has today (Thursday 16 May) been recognised for his exceptional contribution to keeping the nation healthy.
Nursing lecturer Andy Lloyd marks the contributions that nurses make to society by sharing his insight into being among the 'one in ten' male nurses in the UK
University Film Production lecturer Lizzie Minion will direct a brand new theatrical adaptation of Channel 4’s award-winning documentary, ‘The Stranger on the Bridge’.
Following the success of the ‘Radical Sustainability Conference’ the University is running another event for businesses, delivered by academics from the School of Business and Technology at the Oxstalls campus on 15 May.
A film produced by University Film Production lecturer, Lindsey Dryden, has been awarded best documentary in the 23rd annual Webby Awards.
The University of Gloucestershire teamed up with the Portugal Rugby Youth Festival and provided two young scholars from its Refereeing Academy to officiate at Europe’s largest youth rugby tournament.