Staffordshire University welcomes back Bugs Fair
Bug lovers of all ages have the chance to get up close and personal with creepy crawlies and beautiful butterflies at Staffordshire University this weekend.
University supports Stoke-on-Trent ambassadors scheme
Staffordshire University is supporting a new initiative which encourages people to sign up as ambassadors for Stoke-on-Trent, showcasing the city as a centre of inspiration and energy.
University promotes careers for women in sport
An event aimed at encouraging women to take up careers in sport and exercise is taking place at Staffordshire University this week.
Event to highlight the benefits of postgraduate study
Staffordshire University is aiming to inspire more people to take up postgraduate study coinciding with the launch of a new government loan scheme.
Boost your social work career with Staffordshire University
Social workers are invited to discover more about out how studying with Staffordshire University can help progress their careers.
University teams up with football club to mark Science and Healthcare Week
Staffordshire University has teamed up with Port Vale Football Club to inspire school children to think about their futures.
BAFTA winner shares industry insight
A BAFTA winning film director visited Staffordshire University recently to speak to students about getting ahead in the industry.
Get on board Staffordshire University's Great Minds Bus Tour
A specially modified double-decker bus is setting off across the region to give school and college pupils the chance to experience what their future could be like at Staffordshire University.
New degree apprenticeships can transform business
Staffordshire University is helping to shape the future of leadership and management in the UK with a new Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship which was launched this week as part of National Apprenticeship Week.
Staffs Uni academic carries out first-ever archaeological investigation of Shakespeare's grave
A team of experts, led by Staffordshire University archaeologist Kevin Colls, has revealed what lies beneath Shakespeare's grave.