Web series premiere sets sights on research throne - 02/03/2015
Web series premiere sets sights on research throne. What can the Game of Thrones teach us about leadership? is just one of the enthralling topics posed by a new web talk series announced by Staffordshire University. Read more about Web series premiere sets sights on research throne »
Cycling Royalty comes to Staffordshire University to Support Matrix Fitness Pro Team Launch
The cycling fraternity was out in force at Staffordshire University last week to support the 2015 launch of the Matrix Fitness Pro cycling team.
Bugs fair comes to Staffordshire University
Biology experts from Staffordshire University and Staffordshire Invertebrate Group (SIG) will be sharing their specialist knowledge on bugs and slugs at the Staffordshire Invertebrate Science Fair this weekend.
'A Woman's Place is in the House' - lecture marks International Women's Day
Stoke-on-Trent MP Joan Walley is to talk about the struggle facing women in politics at a public lecture at Staffordshire University to mark International Women's Day next week.
EPIC partnership shortlisted for prestigious education award
Staffordshire University's close relationship with a leading computer games company has put them in the running for a top accolade.
Staffordshire University academics contribute to new education manifesto
Educational researchers have drawn up a new evidence-based manifesto detailing how research should serve as the basis for future education policies.
Character education can improve business performance
A focus on the development of character could dramatically improve business performance, according to academics at Staffordshire University.
Staffordshire University academics help launch million+ manifestos
Education and health experts at Staffordshire University played a prominent role in getting politicians to sit up and take note of some pressing issues around education and training.
Archaeology professor's new book uncovers Holocaust secrets - 16/03/2015
A book addressing the complexities and ethics of investigating mass grave sites written by a leading Staffordshire University archaeologist has been released by a top academic publisher. Read more about Archaeology professor's new book uncovers Holocaust secrets »
Young Engineers reach competition final - with a little help from Staffordshire University
Three local high schools sponsored by Staffordshire University have reached the finals of the KMF Young Engineer of the year competition 2015.
Distinction success in new marketing qualifications
The first group of students to study for new marketing qualifications offered by Staffordshire University have passed with flying colours.
Staffordshire University graduate wins top art prize
A Staffordshire University graduate has scooped a prestigious art prize after showcasing her sculptures across the region.
University to consult community on £40m investment plans
Plans for the £40m development of Staffordshire University's Stoke campus are to be revealed as part of a community consultation event this week.
Jumping Jack eyes media prize
A Staffordshire University student who bounced his way into the record books by completing a marathon on a pogo-stick is hoping for further success after being shortlisted in this year's Midlands Media Student Awards.