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Nottinghamshire Police and University of Derby

The University of Derby and Nottinghamshire Police have joined forces on a new and exciting partnership that is designed to support local businesses with the issues they face and to give real life exposure to students at the university.  

Professors Kathryn Mitchell and Nandita Abraham

The University of Derby has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Pearl Academy, India’s leading institute of design, fashion, business and media.

Picture of nurse talking to patient receiving dialysis treatment

People suffering from kidney failure could benefit from a project to help them overcome the psychological impact of their illness and treatment.

The University of Derby has risen almost 200 places in the Stonewall UK Workplace Equality Index, the LGBT organisation has confirmed.

The gammarid - a highly invasive species of freshwater crustacean

Researchers at the University of Derby have provided the first evidence that a highly invasive species of freshwater crustacean from North America has reached locations in the UK – including Lake Windermere, which forms part of the protected Lake District National Park area, and Smestow Brook in Wolverhampton.

The University of Derby has appointed a new director for its Centre for Contemporary Hospitality and Tourism (CCHT), based at its Buxton campus.

Derbyshire Voluntary Action logo

The University of Derby and a Chesterfield-based charity are joining forces for a National Lottery-funded project to support voluntary and community work in the town.

170 University of Derby Online Learning graduates and their guests travelled from across the globe to experience the University of Derby in person at a reception event, following their graduation at Derby Arena.

Staff at the University of Derby at the DRIVE launch

Universities and colleges across Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire have come together to launch ground-breaking projects to tackle skills shortages and skills gaps in the region and support hundreds of small and medium sized businesses and organisations (SMEs) – by making sure the area is home to a talented workforce with the high level skills that SMEs really need.

Darley Park in the sunshine

The University of Derby’s research into nature connectedness has today been named as one of the UK’s 100 best breakthroughs, for its significant impact on people’s everyday lives.

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