Category: Press

Environmental symbols and scenery

Rosemary Horry, Lecturer in Environmental Management at the University of Derby, gives seven top tips on how to reduce your environmental impact.

A building with wind turbines on the roof

Dr Polina Baranova, Senior Lecturer in Strategic Management, explains why it is time for a bold new approach to increase the pace of green business growth.

A radiographer looking at a screen

As we emerge from the pandemic under a new government, the NHS is under scrutiny and faces some of its toughest challenges. Dr Emma Hyde, Associate Professor – Learning, Teaching and Pedagogy at the University, looks at the role of Allied Health Professionals in the changing NHS.

Staff taking part in clearing

Here are some top tips on making that all important call on A-level results day and how to make a good impression when going through Clearing.

Keyboard laptop

In this blog, Peter Macaulay, Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Derby, explores how to keep children safe online.

Pile of old books

Ahead of the bicentenary of the death of major Romantic poet Percy Bysshe Shelley on July 8, 2022, Amanda Blake Davis and Paul Whickman consider the influence of Derby and the Derbyshire region on Shelley and his wife Mary Shelley.

Ukraine flag as a map

In this blog, Professor Keith McLay, a historian of war and warfare and Provost - Learning and Teaching at the University of Derby, looks at three examples of instructive on the fallacy of strategic territorial gains in urban war. 

4 different hands linking wrists

March is anti-racism month, and when the United Nation’s International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination takes place, but still our news channels are filled with stories of racism. Here Clare Francis-Slater, Associate Lecturer in Initial Teacher Education discusses why we still need to talk about racism.

Nuclear atoms

In this blog, Professor Keith McLay, a historian of war and warfare and Provost - Learning and Teaching at the University of Derby, explores the use of nuclear weapons and why the history behind it must be well read and understood.

Jigsaw pieces as Ukrainian and Russian flags on a world map

In this blog, Professor Keith McLay, a historian of war and warfare and Provost - Learning and Teaching at the University of Derby, reflects on some of the ‘given’ Russian reasons for the conflict.