Virtual celebrations were hosted by the University of Bedfordshire last week to mark the success of its November graduates, who were cheered on remotely by friends and family back home.
An online lecture hosted by the University of Bedfordshire about Forensic Psychology, aimed to inspire and inform almost 100 local pupils who attended from secondary schools across the region.
The University of Bedfordshire is supporting the Government in its plans to ensure students know their options and can safely travel back home in time for the winter break.
Staff and students at the University of Bedfordshire were greeted by a colourful fibreglass elephant which arrived this week after migrating from its usual home at Keech Hospice Care.
Students at the University of Bedfordshire are being reminded of the support and social interaction opportunities available to them during the pandemic in the form of a campaign led by Beds SU.
As part of National Estranged Students Solidarity Week, the University of Bedfordshire is aiming to spread awareness of estrangement and highlight how its staff can support students who have no home-based support whilst studying.
A University of Bedfordshire graduate and a prominent member of staff – along with his seven-year-old daughter – have been nominated for Community Radio Awards after emerging as frontrunners from over 460 entries.
The University of Bedfordshire’s popular Beds Talks series returns in virtual form with an event hosted by the Institute for Health Research that will focus on the role of carers in the community.
Graduates from the University of Bedfordshire have reflected on the value of having access and being able to contribute to the popular annual School of Sport & Physical Activity’s ISPAR conferences.
The Universities of Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Northampton have celebrated another successful instalment of their collaborative Aspire Higher project.
A brand new simulation facility has been unveiled at the University of Bedfordshire to help train and develop the next generation of ‘home grown’ occupational therapists for the region.
US Vice-President Elect, Kamala Harris, has inspired a research team led by Professor Gurch Randhawa from University of Bedfordshire and Dr Rajinder Pal Singh to promote an innovative beard covering technique, called ‘Singh Thattha’, which enables bearded individuals to wear a respirator mask without the need for shaving.