Communications and Marketing

Communications and Marketing promote all aspects of the University's work to its wide range of stakeholders.  At a University level, we manage reputation through media relations, brand management, government relations, outreach, marketing and community relations. We also work closely with departments to advise and support them in communications and marketing via media relations, internal communications, publications and the management of their web presence.

University magazine – Summer 2014

Summer 2014 Magazine cover‌‌Featuring:

  • A new era for Chemistry at York
  • Our July honorary graduates
  • York Festival of Ideas highlights
  • News and events from across the University

Read the Summer 2014 Magazine

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Professor Linne Mooney, Director of the Centre for Medieval Studies and Professor of Medieval English Palaeography in the Department of English and Related Literature at York, receives the box of fragments from Professor Toshiyuki Takamiya, of Keio University in Tokyo (credit: Suzy Harrison)
Japanese collector donates Medieval manuscripts

Posted on Tuesday 2 September 2014

A prominent Japanese academic has donated fragments of Latin medieval manuscripts and seven fragments of early printed books to the University of York.

Women’s active role in political reform in the Georgian era. 1819 ©Trustees of the British Museum &
York students campaign for inclusion of women’s history in national curriculum

Posted on Monday 1 September 2014

Postgraduate students from the University of York have developed a website to encourage the integrated teaching of women’s history in the current school curriculum.

Still photo from The Night Calls, directed by Jennie Hall and featurning as part of the Student Showcase
Screen showcase for student filmmakers’ talents

Posted on Friday 29 August 2014

Talented student filmmakers from the University of York will showcase their work to leading members of the British film industry at the Vue Cinema in Piccadilly, London as part of the Raindance Film Festival 2014.

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