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9 archived news articles:

  • As a valued member of the University of Hertfordshire's global alumni community - do you have an inspirational story to share about what you’ve achieved, and the impact you’ve made, since studying with us?
    30 Sep 2019 (1 year ago)
  • The International Summer Sports Federations of Cycling, Rowing, Rugby, Tennis, Triathlon and Wrestling are cooperating to help develop the leadership and technical skills of high potential female coaches.
    25 Sep 2019 (1 year ago)
  • Pictures by Matt MacPake, Photography Programme Leader at the University of Hertfordshire, have been featured in the Portrait of Britain book (volume two), with one image selected as a winner in the 2019 Portrait of Britain competition.
    24 Sep 2019 (1 year ago)
  • 24 Sep 2019 (1 year ago)
  • The University of Hertfordshire is one of the best universities in the world for animation, games design and visual effects courses, according to the Rookies World School Rankings 2019 – the world’s most renowned rankings for institutions that prepare artists for careers in creative media and entertainment.
    17 Sep 2019 (1 year ago)
  • University Alliance and their partners this week launched a new call for applications for a scheme that will support international researchers to gain doctoral fellowships at some of the country’s leading technical and professional universities.
    16 Sep 2019 (1 year ago)
  • New research into crop disease resistance in oilseed rape by a research team at the University of Hertfordshire has been published online this week by journal PLOS ONE.
    16 Sep 2019 (1 year ago)
  • 17,000 people, including students and their family and friends, will come together to celebrate in St Albans city centre between Monday 2 September and Tuesday 10 September for the University of Hertfordshire’s 2019 Graduation Ceremonies.
    05 Sep 2019 (1 year ago)
  • The University of Hertfordshire has been shortlisted in three categories in this year’s prestigious Times Higher Education (THE) Awards.
    05 Sep 2019 (1 year ago)

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Conjuring up creativity: can magic tricks hold the key to unlocking children’s creative thinking?

Conjuring up creativity: can magic tricks hold the key to unlocking children’s creative thinking?

New findings from researchers at the University of Hertfordshire show that learning to perform magic tricks makes children more creative....

20 April 2021

Launch of new Hertfordshire Sports Village clinic to help ‘long COVID’ sufferers

Launch of new Hertfordshire Sports Village clinic to help ‘long COVID’ sufferers

A new clinic has opened today (12 April) at the Hertfordshire Sports Village (HSV), University of Hertfordshire, to help those suffering with the long-term effects of COVID-19....

12 April 2021

New study to explore the holiday experiences of children with autism and their families

New study to explore the holiday experiences of children with autism and their families

A new study led by the University of Hertfordshire has been launched to investigate the holiday experiences of children with autism and their families, to help the tourism industry make holidays more accessible. The research team is now looking for families to take part in an online survey....

7 April 2021

Universities to play a vital role in UK’s pandemic recovery

Universities to play a vital role in UK’s pandemic recovery

A new campaign launched by the University Alliance group, in which the University of Hertfordshire is a part of, is highlighting how universities will help power a national, economic, social and cultural recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic....

1 April 2021

University of Hertfordshire’s contribution to local growth and regeneration recognised in Research England’s Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF)

University of Hertfordshire’s contribution to local growth and regeneration recognised in Research England’s Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF)

The University of Hertfordshire has been recognised for the diverse contribution it makes to local growth and regeneration, the quality of its research partnerships and its work with the public and third sector via Research England’s Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF)....

31 March 2021

The University of Hertfordshire’s partner CIEA launches teacher assessment support programme for 2021 student qualifications in Northern Ireland

The University of Hertfordshire’s partner CIEA launches teacher assessment support programme for 2021 student qualifications in Northern Ireland

The University of Hertfordshire and it’s partner the Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors (CIEA) are working in partnership with the Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) to offer schools and colleges in Northern Ireland support to help prepare over 700 teachers and lecturers for their role in determining...

30 March 2021

University of Hertfordshire leads study to empower people with learning disabilities to give COVID-19 vaccine consent

University of Hertfordshire leads study to empower people with learning disabilities to give COVID-19 vaccine consent

The University of Hertfordshire is leading a Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Foundation funded study to create and evaluate a visual resource to help people with intellectual and/or learning disabilities give their consent to having the COVID-19 vaccine....

11 March 2021

University of Hertfordshire research team explores impact of exercise in treating depression in teenagers

University of Hertfordshire research team explores impact of exercise in treating depression in teenagers

A research team led by the University of Hertfordshire has won a £2.27 million contract from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) to investigate if exercise is a beneficial treatment for mild to moderate depression in young people aged 13 - 17....

10 March 2021

Lockdown leads to widespread use of image and performance enhancing drugs, Herts researchers find

Lockdown leads to widespread use of image and performance enhancing drugs, Herts researchers find

20% of people have used image and performance enhancing drugs (IPEDs) during the COVID-19 pandemic – rising to 32% in the UK, an international study led by the University of Hertfordshire has found. Researchers say this trend is being worsened by ‘fitspirational’ posts on social media pressuring people to achieve the ‘perfect body’....

10 March 2021

University of Hertfordshire retains its HR Excellence in Research Award for 10th year

University of Hertfordshire retains its HR Excellence in Research Award for 10th year

The University of Hertfordshire has recently been announced as one of seven UK universities that have retained the HR Excellence in Research Award after their eight- and 10-year reviews. There are currently 100 Vitae UK member institutions with the Award....

9 March 2021

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