White Swan Building

VC Bulletin – 3 February 2016

In my latest bulletin I report on the opening of the White Swan Building and our acquisition of the Technopole. I also reflect on the topic currently occupying politicians and journalists alike, the EU referendum.

Model behaviour: Professor Tony Ward

Do sex offenders need more help?

Would society be safer if, rather than punishing sex offenders, we recognised they have human rights and helped them adopt more fulfilling and socially integrated lives? This question lies at the heart of…

John Craven

Professor John Craven graduates with distinction

Former Vice-Chancellor of the University, Professor John Craven, has graduated from King’s College London with an MA in Philosophy after studying a two year part time programme.


EPSRC seeks academics for Strategic Advisory Network

The EPSRC is seeking applications to join its Strategic Advisory Network.

Up for Juniors

UP for Juniors turns 10

Happy 10th birthday to the ‘UP for Juniors’ scheme, which promotes university education to thousands of youngsters across Portsmouth and South East Hampshire


Beginners courses in pilates, yoga, hip hop dance and mindfulness and meditation

New beginners courses in pilates, yoga, hip hop dance and mindfulness and meditation


Notes from University Executive Board

Notes are now available from the University Executive Board meeting held on 11 January 2016.


New group embraces technology enhanced learning

A new group exploring Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) is looking at the best way to bring technology into your day-to-day teaching. The next TEL session is on Wednesday 16 March from 1pm – 2pm.

Portsmouth Graduate

Employability and Enterprise Conference – save the date

‘Creating the Portsmouth Graduate’ is the theme of a conference hosted by the Department of Employability. Save the date: 29 April.

Pal Ahluwalia

Sessions on cross-disciplinary themes

Consultation sessions on each of the cross-disciplinary themes outlined in the Research and Innovation Strategy, includes a second session on Health and Wellbeing.

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