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Blended learning lies at the heart of Staffordshire University’s transition out of lockdown, but what does this actually mean for our students?
Staffordshire University is encouraging the public to think about little changes that can make big difference to nature and biodiversity
Pupils with an interest in science and nature are being asked to use lockdown as an opportunity to think about supporting their local wildlife.
COVID-19 crisis has posed countless challenges for our students and staff, yet we have remained flexible, adaptive and innovative.
The University has paired up with Staffordshire’s Poet Laureate to give students a creative outlet during lockdown.
This Mental Health Awareness Week, Staffordshire University’s Horizon Fund and North Staffs Mind are working together to support communities.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic our students and staff have proven time and again that they are flexible, adaptive and innovative.
Exciting times lie ahead for Wilkes Academy of Performing Arts after securing official approval to deliver a Staffordshire University degree
The series of free virtual talks offers expert insights and practical advice to help you through the COVID-19 pandemic
A Staffordshire University film graduate has kickstarted her own business thanks to a £3,000 boost from the Be Inspired start-up scheme.
The international conference takes place across 1 - 2 May
Staffordshire University is backing proposals which call on government to protect and support key public service provision at universities.
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