Articles from University of Plymouth

Parental involvement plays key role in children’s academic attainment, research shows

New research has shown how parental engagement has a positive effect on a child’s academic attainment – regardless of age or socio-economic status.

University of Plymouth project offers new lease of life to disabled former musicians

Participants are being sought for a life changing project designed to help injured or ill former musicians reconnect with the joy of playing. Researchers at the University of Plymouth are bringing together a group of people who, because of mental health or physical injury, are no longer able to play their instruments. They are particularly interested in hearing from current or ex-military and other services (police, fire etc) personnel who would like to take up playing again.

SEA the Future: Young people get to see ocean science in action

Young people get to see ocean science in action during week-long sailing experience. Environmental scientists from the University of Plymouth have been encouraging young people to think about the impacts of ocean science as part of an exciting new sailing experience.

University of Plymouth faces The 3rd Degree

Academic reputations will be on the line on national radio today when the University of Plymouth undergoes The 3rd Degree for the first time.

Leading medicine and dentistry academics from the University of Plymouth awarded National Teaching Fellowships

Two of the University of Plymouth’s leading medicine and dentistry academics have been awarded National Teaching Fellowships (NTFs) by Advance HE.