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Young woman in a graduation gown, receiving the award from female Vice-Chancellor

The first-ever University-wide Inclusion award was presented to a final year student at graduation last week.

Angela Bartram reads book to dog

Dog lovers looking to get closer to their pooches have the opportunity to do so this weekend at an interactive workshop being led by University of Derby artist and researcher Angela Bartram.

Student Holly Percival standing outside the University of Derby sports centre

A football journalism student has been offered a dream New Zealand internship by a University of Derby graduate.

Man using machinery in a factory

The University of Derby has been celebrating the success of its programmes to help small and medium-sized businesses across the region.

Student operating machinery in a workshop

Small businesses will be able to access free productivity support as a result of a new £7.1m programme being run by three local universities, including the University of Derby.

Academic Dr Ian Turner speaking with guests at the University of Derby's Community Day.

The University of Derby is hosting a ‘Civic Roadshow’ at its Buxton and Chesterfield campuses, as part of a series of free events to provide the wider community with the opportunity to share their thoughts on how the University can help to deliver long-term positive impact for Derby and Derbyshire.

Rock producer Andy Sneap pictured in a recording studio with guitars and amplifiers

University to honour six people from Derbyshire who have achieved great things in their careers and lives.

Academic Dr William Van Gordon

A new form of hallucination has been identified as a psychological disease and an emerging public health concern as part of an international research project led by the University of Derby.

Female singer performing in a shed, with a guitar.

A garden shed, which can be transformed into a variety of different venues, from a soup kitchen and library, to a performance space and a visual arts gallery, has been unveiled to the public this week.

A young girl standing in a meadow with a dandelion

Young people’s connection to nature drops sharply from the age of 11 and doesn’t recover until they are 30 – with significant implications for their engagement with pro-environmental behaviours like recycling or buying eco-friendly products.

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