Pint of Science. University of York academics will give short accessible talks about their research in pubs across York from Monday 14 to Wednesday 16 May.

USS pension updates. Find out more about changes to pensions and the planned industrial action.

Upcoming events


Negotiating digital rights: Public attitudes on online privacy and targeting, at home and at work

Understanding, negotiating and maintaining digital rights to privacy is an issue of concern for both social justice, and individual, civil rights.


RESCHEDULED - Who let the dogs out? Reporting guns, knives, race and crime

The manner in which growing political and economic inequalities are not only replicated in journalism but increasingly being amplified by it, is clearly illustrated in the reporting race and crime...


Winnicott's Magic: 'Playing and Reality' and reality

The Summer term lecture from writer and psychoanalyst Adam Phillips


Madness: Ideas about insanity

This talk will examine the question ‘what is madness?’. Ideas from psychiatry and the social sciences will be applied to the autobiographical stories of those considered mad in the past and in the present


Light, darkness and belonging in a modernist housing scheme

Can light or dark add to our understanding of belonging?

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Staff news

In a nutshell - York Fundraising Campaign

Posted on Monday 16 April 2018

A one hour information session on the York Fundraising Campaign.

Professor Tom McLeish receives Lanfranc Award

Posted on Friday 6 April 2018

The 2018 Archbishop of Canterbury's Lanfranc Award for Education and Scholarship has been awarded to Professor McLeish.

York academic appointed as chair of MRC board

Posted on Thursday 5 April 2018

On 1 April Professor Paul Kaye began his tenure as chair of MRC’s Infections and Immunity Board.

Have your say about the York Central development

Posted on Tuesday 3 April 2018

York Central is a landmark development on one of the largest city centre brownfield regeneration sites in England.

Ten York staff appointed to Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021 panels

Posted on Thursday 29 March 2018

Leading York staff have been selected as panel members for the REF2021.

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