Film Lecturer takes expertise to Saint Lucia
Film Production lecturer Peter Rudge soaked up the atmosphere of St Lucia when he recently delivered workshops to aspiring filmmakers during their annual Jazz and Arts Festival.
Major research grant awarded for mass violence research
Staffordshire University's Centre of Archaeology will join an international team of experts to examine the history and legacies of twentieth century internment camps.
Focus on the unusual at Show and Tell 2016
Fantastical machines, life-sized sculptures and a new twist on the term 'Bone China' are some of the diverse works on show at Staffordshire University's annual Art and Design degree show.
Spectacular revelation at premiere of Pro Pig: The Movie
The identity of a graffiti artist who has made Stoke-on-Trent his canvas over three years was revealed this week at the premiere of a film about his work.
Chair of Governors recognised with MBE in Queen's birthday honours
Staffordshire University Chair of Governors David Gage has spoken of his delight at being awarded an MBE in the Queen's birthday honours.
Staffordshire University is celebrating a Summer of Sport
A campaign which aims to inspire engagement with the summer's sporting tournaments launches today at Staffordshire University.
New study announced in Diabetes Week brings fresh hope to sufferers
Scientists at Staffordshire University are a step closer to understanding how foot problems experienced by diabetes patients can lead to life threatening ulcers.
Networking event helps students kickstart careers
Creative businesses from across the region have been advising students at Staffordshire University how to kickstart their careers.
Statement on the EU referendum result from Staffordshire University Vice-Chancellor Professor Liz Barnes
As you will all be aware the United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union by 52% to 48% in the referendum, with the community across Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire voting overwhelmingly for the UK to leave.