2020 news

Gareth Hughes delivering a presentation at launch of the Wellbeing Thesis

New online resource for researchers aims to help them manage their wellbeing during their studies 

A new study published in the Journal for Geographical Research: Biogeosciences has shed new light on how microorganisms move through dryland landscapes attached to wind-blown dust and then alter the surfaces that they land on.

New research suggests that the economic restructuring undertaken by the Thatcher governments in the early-1980s led to more school children ‘giving up’ on their studies, truanting from school and subsequently becoming involved in crime, often in to their adult years.

A Derbyshire business has secured funding from the University of Derby to install new equipment and create jobs.

Business School's internship and placement programme, and strong links with the community help to secure prestigious accreditation.

The University of Derby is the first UK institution to receive the International Centre of Excellence (ICE) in Tourism and Hospitality accreditation among some of the world’s leading hospitality educators.