Activist shares experiences with students
London-based activist George Barda visited Staffordshire University this week, to speak with undergraduates studying Sociology, Crime and Deviance. He reflected on and shared his experience of activism with various movements in the UK including Occupy London, Occupy Democracy and Anti-Fracking protests at Balcombe and Barton Moss.
Film and TV students shortlisted for industry awards
Film and television students from Staffordshire University have been nominated for prestigious industry awards being held in Birmingham tonight.
TV students scoop award for charity shop fashion show
A group of Television Production students from Staffordshire University is celebrating after winning a top industry award.
Shakespeare's kitchen discovered during archaeological dig
Archaeologists from Staffordshire University have unearthed significant new findings at William Shakespeare's family home in Stratford-upon-Avon.
Project shares free resources to improve children's literacy
A Europe-wide project, involving researchers from Staffordshire University, has discovered creative ways to improve school pupils' literacy skills through using ICT.
Staffordshire graduate receives national forensics award
A Forensics graduate who went above and beyond during his time at Staffordshire University has been recognised for his achievements with a prestigious national award.
Fundraiser helps tackle student food poverty
A group of students hoping to make a difference in the world of social welfare have taken action to help people going hungry in Stoke-on-Trent.
Dream come true for Greek law students
A group of Law students from Crete visited Staffordshire University on a fact finding mission to help them decide the next steps in their education.
Sports centre celebrates £1.25m refurbishment
Daughter of footballing legend Sir Stanley Matthews will visit Staffordshire University this week to officially relaunch community sports facilities following a £1.25m refurbishment.
Staffs graduate Natalie achieves Hollywood dream
Media (Film) Production graduate Natalie Cooke has proved that hard work pays off after securing work on recent blockbusters Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation and the latest Bond film Spectre.
Alastair Campbell takes up residence with Staffordshire University
Writer, campaigner and strategist Alastair Campbell is coming to Staffordshire University this month to launch a new initiative designed to inspire and engage students and the wider community.
New world standards aim to give people greater access to specialist healthcare
Scientists at Staffordshire University have been tasked with helping develop new international standards for orthotic and prosthetic services.