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Our Dementia Choir with Vicky McClure

The University of Nottingham is set to feature in a new two-part series due to air next week. On Thursday 2 and 9 May Our Dementia Choir with BAFTA-award winning actress Vicky McClure will be shown on BBC One. Over the course of three months, the Line of Duty actress joined forces with the University of …

“Another nurse!” Stacy Johnson travels to the Palace to collect her MBE

Her work has shaped nursing around the world and now her efforts have been lauded by Prince Charles. Associate Professor Stacy Johnson, of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at the University of Nottingham, has been officially appointed Member of the British Empire (MBE) for services to healthcare and Higher Education. HRH Prince Charles …

Celebrating Inspirational Women

This year we launched our Inspirational Women social media campaign. Staff and students were invited to nominate female colleagues in Nottingham and our campuses in China and Malaysia, by explaining their inspirational contribution to the University. Almost 150 submissions were received celebrating women at all levels and job types. Each day throughout the March three …

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The Midlands Universities Apprenticeship Network

As National Apprenticeship Week starts this week the Midlands Universities Apprenticeship Network (MUAN) is working to ensure that employers are aware of range of apprenticeships available universities across the Midlands. Apprenticeships help employers to tailor learning to their own strategic issues and priorities and are an impactful way for businesses to attract, develop and retain talent, …

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Achieving balance for International Women’s Day

As part of a number of different events taking place throughout the global campuses of the University of Nottingham to celebrate International Women’s Day on Friday 8 March, senior leaders with responsibility for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) at the UK, Malaysia and Ningbo have worked together to support a digital project to celebrate inspirational women …

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Nottingham’s Life Sciences and Medicine continue to lead the way as among the best subjects in the world

Five Nottingham subjects have been ranked as in the top 50 in the world according to a new league table. This year’s ‘QS World University Rankings by Subject’ shows four of the subjects to also feature in the top 10 when compared to other UK universities. Nottingham’s highest ranking subjects have consistently featured in the …

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My business my way

A ‘game changing’ toolkit to support female entrepreneurs in building their businesses has been launched. MyBusinessMyWay took place at the University of Nottingham’s Jubilee Campus on Thursday 17 January, open to women and men at all levels of business. It saw the launch of a toolkit, built on research by Dr Isobel O’Neil, of the University’s …

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Christmas jumpers for needy pets

A University of Nottingham project to provide free veterinary care to pets belonging to homeless and vulnerable people has held its annual Christmas party. There were Christmas jumpers, goodie bags, and wagging tails galore as Vets in the Community gave veterinary treatment and gifts to local pets. The project provides free health checks, vaccinations, micro-chipping …

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Honourable visit from the Indonesian Education and Culture Attaché Office

The first Indonesian language and culture class to take place in Nottingham has ended with a visit from the country’s Education and Culture Attaché. Professor E Aminudin Aziz from the Embassy of Republic of Indonesia was invited to Nottingham to discuss future opportunities for Indonesian language classes and cultural programmes following the success of the …

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Resolving healthcare challenges through interprofessional education in Indonesia

The University of Nottingham has shared expertise in interprofessional education and collaborative working at a high profile healthcare event in Jakarta, Indonesia. The Department for International Trade at the British Embassy and Indonesian Young Health Professionals’ Society, with support from Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education and Ministry of Health worked in collaboration to …

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