Latest research news
Following in the wake of its earlier vampire theme, The University of Hertfordshire will turn its attention to creatures not strictly undead but which haunt the peripheries of the vampire - werewolves and shapeshifters - when it hosts the UK’s only werewolf conference from September 3-5.
21 Aug 2015 9:50am
The International Journal of Event and Festival Management recently declared Dr Allan Jepson's (Hertfordshire Business School) contribution as their Outstanding Paper of 2014. This is an exceptional achievement.
18 Aug 2015 8:36pm
In an ongoing exhibition at the National Print Museum in Beggars Bush Barracks, Dublin, Ireland, Dr Ciara Meehan takes a close look at the representation of Irishwomen through the lens of women's magazines in 1960s Ireland.
18 Aug 2015 5:00pm
Professor Helen Payne, School of Education, has successfully applied for a prestigious British Academy award, the Newton Mobility grant. This grant is offered under the Newton Fund, which forms part of the UK's Official Development Assistance (ODA) commitment.
18 Aug 2015 3:28pm
With thanks to a great group of participants from across the arts, social sciences, business, and humanities at the University of Hertfordshire, the "Addressing Gender in Academic Employment" event on 30 June 2015 helped start some important conversations that the organisers, Dr Jennifer Evans and Dr Adam Crymble, plan to take forward.
12 Aug 2015 6:40pm
Dr Brendan Larvor will spend the academic year 2015-16 as a visiting professor at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
11 Aug 2015 4:44pm
Selecting a forecasting method by comparing average percentage errors leads to predictions which are too low.
07 Aug 2015 9:25am
The School of Law’s Restorative Justice research team hosts a workshop bringing together academics and criminal justice professionals in Hertfordshire and beyond.
03 Aug 2015 10:06am
Virus infects the fungus Aspergillus fumigatus, which can cause the human disease aspergillosis.
28 Jul 2015 11:19am
The University of Hertfordshire's Philosophy department has appointed a new professor, Constantine Sandis.
27 Jul 2015 9:23am
The workshop on "Corporate Governance: Theory, Reality, Policy", organised on 18 June 2015 by Dr David Gibbs (School of Law) and Dr David Gindis (Business School), brought together over 50 academic and non-academic participants from multiple disciplines.
23 Jul 2015 2:50pm
The University of Hertfordshire’s robot football team Bold Hearts - the oldest and most successful in the UK - will be looking to clinch the world title at the RoboCup World Cup, which kicked off yesterday in China.
20 Jul 2015 12:19pm
A University of Hertfordshire law lecturer has had two of her papers accepted in a notable law journal.
20 Jul 2015 10:47am
The University is hosting the 21st International Congress of Personal Construct Psychology from 15-17 July.
15 Jul 2015 11:15am
Bioethics expert participates in consultation on human identity and advances in artificial intelligence
Dr Chamu Kuppuswamy from the University of Hertfordshire’s School of Law was invited to contribute to a consultation on advances in artificial intelligence and its impact on our changing and ageing society at the Royal Society of Arts, London (Thursday 9 July).
13 Jul 2015 10:45am