Tue 19 November, 2019
Article on gender dynamics in 'new offices' inspires international art installation

A joint article about the gender dynamics in open plan offices written by Dr Alison Hirst, Anglia Ruskin University, and Dr Christina Schwabenland, University of Bedfordshire, has inspired artist Sondra Perry to create a video installation project commissioned by the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland (moCa), Ohio, USA.

Wed 13 November, 2019
Bedfordshire academic claims best edited book prize

A book edited by the University of Bedfordshire’s Professor Luke Hockley has won the International Association for Jungian Studies best edited book for 2018.

Tue 12 November, 2019
Milkshake presenter gives Media Performance students a TV masterclass

Children’s television presenter, Kemi Majeks, provided a masterclass in presenting for some of the University of Bedfordshire’s Media Performance students.

Fri 08 November, 2019
Beds Talks kicks off with ‘Information, disinformation and anxiety’

The new academic year sees another series of Beds Talks events about to kick off at the University of Bedfordshire.

Thu 07 November, 2019
Steel Charitable Trust helps students study for success

Final year students at the University of Bedfordshire who have demonstrated excellent academic achievement have been awarded bursaries by the Steel Charitable Trust to give them a helping hand with their studies.

Tue 05 November, 2019
University of Bedfordshire Vice-Chancellor announces departure

Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bedfordshire, Bill Rammell, has today announced his decision to leave the University at the end of 2019.

Thu 31 October, 2019
Bedfordshire researchers to examine how collaborative arts projects can help social inclusion

Researchers from the University of Bedfordshire will explore how collaborative arts projects can improve a sense of wellbeing and social inclusion thanks to a new partnership with the Bedford Philharmonia Orchestra.

Thu 31 October, 2019
Bedfordshire to bring community together to develop regional response to modern slavery

A regional response to modern day slavery will be explored on Wednesday 6 November when the University of Bedfordshire hosts an event to increase awareness and understanding of the global challenges of slavery.

Tue 29 October, 2019
Multi-Use Games Area and #Active Campus open at Bedfordshire

The University of Bedfordshire officially opened its Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA) and unveiled new #Active Campus equipment, including treadmill desks, on Monday (28 October 2019).

Mon 28 October, 2019
Bedfordshire student takes gold in Community Radio Awards

University of Bedfordshire student James Montague took home gold for ‘Speech and Journalism of the Year’ award in the annual national Community Radio Awards.

Mon 28 October, 2019
Bedfordshire researcher helps bring in legislation to give separated migrant children legal aid

Vulnerable migrant children who have been separated from their parents will get quicker and simpler access to legal aid, after new government legislation came into force.

Wed 23 October, 2019
Ex-Paralympian and Channel 4 reporter Jordan Jarrett-Bryan discusses class barriers, mental health and discrimination

The University of Bedfordshire community radio station, Radio LaB 97.1FM, broadcast a panel discussion organised by Youth Network titled ‘Social Inequalities and The Battle for Our Youth: A conversation with Jordan Jarrett-Bryan’.