Articles from University of Plymouth

Optometry student wins national award

A University of Plymouth student has won a prestigious national prize highlighting his commitment to his subject.

Graduate wins national award for soil erosion research

A geography graduate from the University of Plymouth has won a national award for her research into impacts of soil erosion. 

Being ‘above bad’ isn’t good enough – we must strive for excellence in health care education

The NHS is regularly in the news for the pressure that it’s under. People are living longer, staff and resources are stretched, and the standard of care we expect is understandably and continually high.

Petroc College Apprentices take part in parliament event

A group of Devon apprentices have visited parliament, speaking to MPs, journalists and invited guests about the impact studying for a degree apprenticeship is having on their lives. 

University of Plymouth in partnership awarded £3.5 million by Government to boost creative economy

A project to build Plymouth’s creative industries and nurture creative people power has been awarded £3.5 million by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.

Why integrated teaching is important

A new paper published in the British Dental Journal highlights how dental hygiene therapists can be successfully trained alongside dentists, thanks to a pioneering model of teaching at the University of Plymouth.

Extreme storms in the spotlight at first public lecture on university research

The impact of increasingly extreme winter storms on the coastlines of Devon and Cornwall is to be explored as part of a new series of events at the University of Plymouth. 

Low skilled, low paid workers of the world don’t unite, research shows

Workers in low-skilled, low paid employment are not prone to band together and form a common bond, new research has shown.

Student wellbeing café is regional first

A café run by students for students to help social isolation has been officially launched at the University of Plymouth.

Student’s chance discovery wins national photography prize

A student from the University of Plymouth has won a national award for a chance picture he took while on a research trip to Costa Rica. 


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