A joint venture between two of the University of Bedfordshire’s education outreach partnerships will be kicking off the New Year with the third in a new series of free CPD (Continuing Professional Development) webinars, providing HE-related information for teachers and student advisers.
A University of Bedfordshire lecturer and his seven year old daughter have picked up first prize in the podcast category of this year’s Community Radio Awards.
The University of Bedfordshire’s cheerleading team are walking, running, cycling, swimming, cartwheeling and forward-rolling the equivalent 2617 miles to the North Pole, all in the name of charity.
The Student Support team at the University of Bedfordshire are highlighting volunteering opportunities with local charities and community projects that students can get involved with, to help others this Christmas.
A research paper written by two University of Bedfordshire lecturers has won the British Education Research Journal (BERJ) 2020 Editor’s Choice Award.
A book focusing on the critical role of the arts in economic regeneration of communities has been funded by the University of Bedfordshire and co-edited by academics.
An academic from the University of Bedfordshire has just finished evaluating a £2.2 million UK Government programme which provides NGO funding and tests innovative approaches to the care and support of trafficked and exploited children worldwide.
Researchers and academics at the University of Bedfordshire are hosting a series of collaborative webinars focusing on Forced Migration, with the first event taking place on Friday 18th December – International Migrants Day.
Universities collaborate with Drink Wise Age Well to reveal the impact of Covid-19 on over-50s alcohol support services
Academics from the University of Bedfordshire and Glasgow Caledonian University have published findings from a new study in partnership with Drink Wise Age Well – a programme led by alcohol, drug and mental health charity, We Are With You – revealing remote support has helped older adults who have issues with alcohol during the pandemic, but that face-to-face support is still essential for effective service provision.
BBC Radio 5 Live has chosen an interview with a University of Bedfordshire lecturer and his son as one of the best of 2020.
Dance Beds, a University of Bedfordshire dance project in collaboration with Bedford Creative Arts and DanceEast, has defied the coronavirus pandemic and excelled in finding creative ways to continue performing safely.
The University of Bedfordshire has launched a new collaborative project – Literary Bedfordshire – which aims to celebrate the region’s famous and favourite writers through research and shared knowledge of local literary history.