Staffordshire University Associate Professor wins European Heritage Prize
Dr Caroline Sturdy Colls, Associate Professor of Forensic Archaeology and Genocide Investigation at Staffordshire University, has been awarded the European Archaeological Heritage Prize 2016.
Film students kick-start careers with industry internships
Film students Lucy and Nathaneal have both landed internships in the media industry thanks to connections they made at Staffordshire University.
Staffordshire University releases free e-training to help teachers tackle bullying across Europe
Staffordshire University has created new online resources for teachers to help tackle bullying and discrimination in classrooms across Europe.
Ruby Wax to open Staffordshire University Centre of Excellence
Staffordshire University is celebrating the launch of new healthcare training facilities in Stafford, following a £4m transformation of its Blackheath Lane site.
Staffordshire University shortlisted for Outstanding Contribution to Leadership Development award
Staffordshire University has been shortlisted in the Outstanding Contribution to Leadership Development category in the Times Higher Education Awards 2016.
Illustrated workbook helps students with essay writing
Just in time for the start of the new academic year, Dr Alke Gröppel-Wegener has put together a workbook for students to help them understand conventions and practices behind researching and writing basic academic essays.
New Centre to tackle health inequalities in Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire
A NEW research centre which is focused on the health needs of communities across Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire is being launched next week.
How 15 minutes of television can affect your child's creativity!
Watching TV for short periods does not impact on the number of creative ideas that young children come up with.
Children unaware of the risks of approaching frightened dogs
Psychologists at Staffordshire University have discovered that children understand the risks of approaching an angry dog but they are unaware that they should show the same caution around frightened dogs.
Students on super-fast track to success with UK's first visitor attraction degree course
A group of students from across the UK are celebrating after getting on an innovative Staffordshire University course that has a unique twist - and turn!
Creative Writing students make a 'weird' debut
Staff and students from Staffordshire University have collaborated on a weird and wonderful new anthology of short stories. 'Dark in the Day' features the work of 27 authors including stories by recent graduates from BA (Hons) Creative Writing.
Perton celebrates new 'Academy' status with balloons
Perton Primary Academy celebrated its launch last week with a balloon launch and a visit from local MP Gavin Williamson.