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University blogs

Visit our blogs website - catch up with the latest University news and events, hear about current research, and discover exciting opportunities. 

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Recent blog posts

Scotland: not actually that cold
I didn’t think the sun shone in Scotland, so how silly did I feel with my knitted jumper, coat and scarf last weekend. With most of my ‘home’ friends studying across the border, I thought it was time to scale the Pennines (via Virgin trains) and finally visit Edinburgh, welcomed by bright spring sunshine.   ...

China’s New Urban Poverty
Written by Dorothy J. Solinger. Beginning in the second half of the 1990s, poverty emerged in Chinese cities as a novelty under the rule of the Communist Party. Prior to that time, pockets of penury were concentrated either in rural areas, where some 200 millions were still said to be in dire straits at the start ...

Evaluate Report February 2015
Evaluate was introduced in September 2014 to electronically collect Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET) and Student Evaluation of Module (SEM) feedback. This replaced previous paper based SET and SEM questionnaires. On 16/1/2015, Information Services ...