Posted on Friday 15 July 2022
A student leader at a university in Ukraine who set up a series of virtual networks so that students could stay connected during the war has been honoured by the University of York.
Posted on Wednesday 6 July 2022
Residents in York are being invited to bring in their personal treasures for a unique digital museum collection.
Posted on Wednesday 29 June 2022
More than 250 school children attended a ‘Day of Inspiration’ at York Sport where they tried nine different sports, met professional athletes, and viewed the women’s, men’s and wheelchair Rugby League’s World Cup trophies.
Posted on Friday 17 June 2022
This year’s famous Mystery Plays will have a strong focus on sustainability, according to the Artistic Director, University of York PhD researcher Tom Straszewski.
Posted on Friday 3 June 2022
Senior leaders from CITY College, University of York Europe Campus in Greece are visiting the University this week (6 - 9 June) to celebrate their joint collaborations over the past year.
Posted on Tuesday 26 April 2022
A vacant shop on York’s Coney street has been transformed into a gallery, printing press and cultural hub as a project to breathe new life into the historic street gets underway.
Posted on Monday 11 April 2022
York Festival of Ideas – one of the biggest free events of its kind in the UK – returns in June at the start of a second decade of educating, entertaining and inspiring diverse audiences of all ages across the world.
Posted on Friday 11 March 2022
Science Minister George Freeman today (March 11) visited the BioYorkshire initiative - a partnership between University of York, Fera Science and Askham Bryan College - aiming to transform York and North Yorkshire into the UK’s first carbon negative region and be a hub for green innovation, skills development and inward investment.
Posted on Thursday 20 January 2022
Author and historian Lucy Adlington will be the keynote speaker at a special online event being hosted by the University of York to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day.
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