Academics from the University of Bedfordshire are on the lookout for endurance athletes to take part in the Exercise at the Limit – Inherited Traits of Endurance (ELITE) study, in partnership with Stanford University in the US.
It was a family affair at graduation as a mother and son celebrated their academic achievements together after both receiving degrees from the University of Bedfordshire.
A £250,000 grant has been awarded to the University of Bedfordshire to deliver a new skills development programme to support practitioners from across Bedfordshire to promote local history and heritage.
In an era where business opportunities are boundless, the University of Bedfordshire has hosted an international trade event to help businesses delve into the practical aspects of global business expansion.
Luton Town FC former player and manager Mick Harford was the host of the University of Bedfordshire’s latest ‘An Evening With…’ public event, delving into his life and career in front of a sold-out audience.
To mark Race Equality Week (5 – 11 February 2024), the University of Bedfordshire has made a series of ‘Big Promises’ – a commitment by the senior leadership team to enforce race equality across the institution.
The University of Bedfordshire has launched a new portfolio of apprenticeships aimed at supporting its local economy by developing the skills that businesses and organisations need to thrive.
Professor Sir Jonathan Van-Tam MBE and Gary Sweet, Luton Town Football Club’s Chief Executive Officer, were among the famous faces joining the University of Bedfordshire’s Class of 2024 at graduation (Tuesday 30 January).
Another series of the popular ‘Beds Talks’ events gets underway at the University of Bedfordshire, kicking off with an in-depth look at ‘street activities’ including begging, street sex work, rough sleeping and street drinking.
Throughout February 2024, the University of Bedfordshire is hosting a number of outreach events to help contribute to the development of an inclusive health and social care workforce.
A study undertaken by the University of Bedfordshire and the University of Cambridge, looking into teacher use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in language education, has revealed a growing trend among educators regularly using the technology.
Local schoolchildren were given the opportunity to learn more about climate change and sustainability at the annual climate change summit hosted by the University of Bedfordshire.