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Announcements

Announcements

Department/Divisional staff survey action planning

Department/Divisional staff survey action planning

Throughout March, we ran the first University of Leicester Staff Survey, asking you to share your opinions about working here. 2,689 of you completed the survey.

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#LoveSUs day

#LoveSUs day

It’s the National #LoveSUs day this Friday 2 December and our amazing Students’ Union will be celebrating in style and would love for you to join them!

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Bookshop closure and departmental ordering

With the closure of the bookshop on Friday 2 December, we’re aware that departments want to know what will happen to departmental book ordering.

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TODAY: University transformation and finance update

On Friday 2 December, come along to a staff briefing on the latest Transformation news.

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The University launches its very own advent calendar

Start your Christmas countdown by opening our University advent calendar

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Latest News

Latest News

Leicester researcher announced as one of six new Health Foundation Improvement Science Fellows

Leicester researcher announced as one of six new Health Foundation Improvement Science Fellows

Dr Natalie Armstrong of the SAPPHIRE research group was recently awarded one of the prestigious 3-year fellowships

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Leading microbiologist to give free public lecture on bacteriophages

Leading microbiologist to give free public lecture on bacteriophages

Professor Martha Clokie to give inaugural lecture on Tuesday 6 December

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Leading University heart professor recognised as top global researcher

Leading University heart professor recognised as top global researcher

Professor Sir Nilesh Samani named on Highly Cited Researchers from the Intellectual Property (IP) and Science business of Thomson Reuters list

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Excavation of Roman Cemetery nominated for national archaeology award

Excavation of Roman Cemetery nominated for national archaeology award

University of Leicester Archaeological Services project could have unearthed earliest examples of African people living in Leicester

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