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Announcements

Announcements

Menopause... removing the taboo

Menopause affects everyone and we are going to become the first University to discuss, tackle and prepare for it.

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A welcome we can be proud of

A welcome we can be proud of

Our registry and student experience teams have been working hard to make sure that our new students get the best possible welcome to the University.

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Internal Communications improvements

Internal Communications improvements

If you’ve been away over the summer you may have noticed some changes to some of our communications, especially over email.

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University academic elected Fellow of the RSA

University academic elected Fellow of the RSA

Dr Sue Dymoke has been granted a Fellowship of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.

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Staff volunteering

Staff volunteering

A new staff Volunteering Policy is on the way which will make it easier for staff to donate their time to making lives better.

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Latest News

Latest News

Expert argues fishers must be empowered to control fish stocks

Expert argues fishers must be empowered to control fish stocks

Lecture examines the factors that have distanced fishers from the fisheries management process

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Expert opinions cover Cassini, minority governments, the euro and baby names

Expert opinions cover Cassini, minority governments, the euro and baby names

The Conversation and Think: Leicester talking points: a range of topical issues tackled by academics between 14 - 20 September

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Engineering Building roof project wins regional property award

Engineering Building roof project wins regional property award

Recent refurbishment has been recognised at the East Midlands Property Dinner Awards 2017

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Attenborough Arts Centre launches new touring exhibition ‘Let's Play Vinyl’

Attenborough Arts Centre launches new touring exhibition ‘Let's Play Vinyl’

Coinciding with Black History Month, the exhibition will reveal a new generation of UK reggae sound systems from 14 October to 24 November

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EXILE installation marks fifty years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality

EXILE installation marks fifty years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality

Installation at Kingston Lacy involving our School of Museum Studies explores the life and exile of former estate owner William John Bankes from 18 September to 12 November

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