Ahead of primary schools partially reopening across England on Monday 1st June, Dr Anastasia Giannakopoulou from the University of Bedfordshire has shared her expert thoughts and advice on how she believes schoolchildren will react and can adapt to the changes and restrictions put in place.
University of Bedfordshire academics and Citizens Advice Luton (CAL) have collaborated to design a smart device app, aimed at supporting individuals in Luton and across the county during the aftermath of Covid19.
An initiative offering key life sessions to people who have struggled, or are struggling with, substance abuse has been recognised in the University of Bedfordshire’s Vice Chancellor’s Student Experience Awards 2020.
This year, the University of Bedfordshire’s annual Sports Awards were celebrated virtually as staff and students came together online.
This week (18th – 24th May) marks Mental Health Awareness Week and the University of Bedfordshire’s community is being reminded to look after their minds and wellbeing during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Sports innovator and University of Bedfordshire Honorary Doctor, Lisa Wainwright, discusses authenticity when it comes to leadership and tells Bedfordshire students to ‘be confident in who you are’.
With its buildings closed to staff and students in line with government advice, the University of Bedfordshire has created a week-long online Open Event to ensure prospective students don’t miss out during lockdown.
Academic to lead British Psychological Society’s COVID-19 Behavioural Science & Disease Prevention taskforce
A Health Psychologist from the University of Bedfordshire, Dr Angel Chater, has been appointed to lead the Behavioural Science & Disease Prevention (BSDP) taskforce, to help provide guidance for policy-makers around the world.