Philharmonia Orchestra returns to campus for community performance
The University of Bedfordshire recently hosted the Philharmonia Orchestra’s award-winning Hear & Now community project which culminated in a performance uniting intergenerational music-making, movement and poetry.
Opinion: Combat health inequalities by embracing individual values
A PhD student from the University of Bedfordshire has penned an opinion piece for the Nursing Times about equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) within healthcare services.
International students help contribute millions to regional economy
A new report published by Universities UK International (UUKi), the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) and Kaplan International Pathways, in collaboration with London Economics, has unveiled the economic benefits that international students bring to Bedfordshire and across the East of England.
Photography students brighten up local hospitals with new exhibit
Students from the University of Bedfordshire have unveiled a new photography exhibit at two local hospitals, aiming to create warm and inviting spaces for patients and staff.
Maternity academic presents at World Congress event
A public health academic from the University of Bedfordshire has presented research findings at the 17th World Congress on Public Health, investigating how to enhance timely maternity care for pregnant women from migrant and ethnic minority backgrounds.
University encourages future CSI experts with forensics roadshow
The University of Bedfordshire’s School of Life Sciences and student recruitment teams have taken their interactive Forensic Crime Scene workshop on the road, giving fun and educational taster sessions to local schoolchildren.
University presents students’ creative talent and growth
Undergraduate and Masters students from the University of Bedfordshire’s School of Arts & Creative Industries have taken part in end-of-year Degree Shows to celebrate their work and showcase their future potential.
Academic co-authors new Nursing guide to help develop clinical practice
An academic from the University of Bedfordshire has co-authored a new pocket guide which is the first of its kind to cover the clinical practice of all four fields of nursing – adult, child, learning disability and mental health.
Research finds exercise can alleviate grief in young people suffering parental loss
A team of academics from the University of Bedfordshire have undertaken research into the role of exercise and physical activity in dealing with the loss of a loved one amongst children, teenagers and young adults.
Bedfordshire celebrates first cohort of overseas PhD graduates in Jordan
The University of Bedfordshire proudly presented the first PhD degrees to graduates at a ceremony in Jordan this term, as part of its academic partnership with Middle East University (MEU).
University’s SMASH Roadshow returns with an educational week of fun
The University of Bedfordshire’s SMASH Roadshow, in partnership with the Level Trust, returned this spring with a schedule of fun-filled, hands-on learning activities for local school children.
Make-up students cause ‘casualties’ for paramedic training
Paramedic Science and Media Make-Up students from the University of Bedfordshire joined forces to create and ‘treat’ realistic wounds for a practical casualty simulation project, providing visual injury experience for aspiring frontline workers.