Student campaign puts spotlight on mental health
A Staffordshire University student is encouraging young people to speak out about mental health issues following her own battle with anxiety and depression.
Staffordshire University students in global refugee challenge
A team of budding entrepreneurs from Staffordshire University have reached the UK finals of the world's largest student competition.
New Masters degree will lead filmmakers to exciting career path
Staffordshire University have announced details of a new creative Masters degree which offers promising filmmakers the chance to carve out a career in feature film.
Lecturer reflects on the Shannon Matthews documentary before 'The Moorside'
Following the success of BBC 1 drama The Moorside Staffordshire University lecturer Fiona Graham explains how she developed the original documentary for Sky.
Student survey reveals economic impact of food festival
Staffordshire University students have discovered that Stone Food and Drink Festival boosted the local economy by £750,000 last year.
New course dedicated to followers of fashion
Staffordshire University has announced details of a new course in Fashion Design beginning in September.
The forgotten hero of the gay rights movement
To mark LGBT history month, a Staffordshire University lecturer is celebrating the life of gay rights activist Peter Wildeblood who played a pivotal role in the decriminalisation of homosexuality.
Students think it is 'normal' to use performance enhancing drugs shows study
A European study has revealed that the majority of university students believe it is the social norm to use to drugs like Ritalin to enhance academic performance - despite very few having used stimulants themselves.
BBC's Clive Myrie to present at Staffs Future Journalist awards ceremony
Staffordshire University proudly presents honorary graduate Clive Myrie as the celebrity who will appear at the Staffs Future Journalist awards ceremony on March 17.
Journalism students get behind-the-scenes experience on BBC's Question Time
Student journalists were given an exclusive behind-the-scenes experience on the set of BBC's Questions Time during a live special hosted at Staffordshire University.