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And the winner is…
The winners of the RIBA prizes for outstanding architecture include seven educational projects – two of which are Stirling nominated
Graham gets to the Heart of the matter
Graham Construction has completed building work on the new £27m Heart of the Campus development for Sheffield Hallam University
Green solutions at The Renewables Event
The Renewables Event, the UK’s only conference dedicated to onsite renewable energy generation, returns to the NEC on September 16-17
Durham rolls out eBIS
New College Durham undergoes back office restructure supported by Advanced Business Solutions’ software
RIBA: in praise of the client
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the shortlist for RIBA Client of the Year
Hon doc for Gok
TV presenter and style guru Gok Wan will be awarded an honorary doctorate from Birmingham City University
International flavour at Skills Conference
The annual Skills for Chefs and Skills for Service Conferences held in Sheffield showcased international cuisine and service excellence
Apollo is launched
The Apollo Studio Academy at East Durham College, designed by Jefferson Sheard Architects, has been officially opened to the students
Filling the void
Laurie Miles, Head of Analytics at SAS UK & Ireland, explains how industry and academia are partnering to close the data skills gap
Go ahead for Scotland sports centre
Bowmer & Kirkland appointed as preferred contractor to build National Performance Centre for Sport at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh
New Portsmouth development for Unite
Unite Students has received resolution to grant planning approval for the development of a new site in Portsmouth city centre
Uni boost for new fashion label
Fashion graduate Siobhan Thomas launches Phenomode Fashion with business mentoring from the University of Huddersfield
Rugby research kicks tests into touch
Rugby players who suffer injuries similar to car crash victims now have a better chance of recovery thanks to Derby University
Boost for tech enhanced learning
The 7th UCISA Survey of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) for higher education offers a long term perspective of TEL developments
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Sheffield's big ambitions on campus

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New College Stamford celebrates success

Over 70 graduating students from Degree Level courses at New College Stamford made their way through Stamford this week

Project based learning at Anglia Ruskin

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Global party for Lancaster's 50th

Alumni from as far afield as Australia and Peru travelled to Lancaster University to take a trip down memory lane

A setback...but we will recover

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Rosetta Stone and Acesse in new deal

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Digital launch from Blackwells

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Lancaster greets 'Chinese David Beckham'

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Integrated design from Forbo

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