Elephant trekking, conservation work and a daily slice of molten chocolate cake — it’s no wonder […]
Appears in Issue 73
Tags: David Ross Foundation, Iffat Ahmad, Impact: The Nottingham Campaign, King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls, Nottingham Potential, Professor Sarah O’Hara, Professor Stephen Doughty, The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, The University of Nottingham Ningbo China, the University’s Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Access and Community Engagement, Vice-Provost for Teaching and Learning at UNMC
A moving and eloquent speech by a 15-year-old pupil stole the show at the opening of the latest IntoUniversity Centre.
Appears in Issue 78
Tags: American Studies, David Ross Foundation, Enxhi, Hyson Green, IntoUniversity, James Howell, Katie Nixon, Nottingham Central Centre, Nottingham Emmanuel School, Nottingham Potential, Professor David Greenaway
Pop Art to Britart is attracting thousands of visitors to Lakeside Arts Centre.
Appears in Issue 73
Tags: Carphone Warehouse, Damien Hirst, David Hockney, David Ross, Djanogly Art Gallery, Impact: The Nottingham Campaign, Lakeside Arts Centre, LS Lowry, Marc Quinn, Nottingham Potential, Peter Blake, Pop Art to Britart, Sir Nicholas Serota
Olympic rowing hero Sir Steve Redgrave demonstrated his support for Nottingham Potential by visiting the University’s latest Learning Centre.
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A group of Birmingham teenagers visited the University’s Malaysia Campus after winning the University’s Academy Excellence Awards.
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A pioneering scheme to help children to be the best that they can be has been launched with a £2.1m donation from an alumnus.
Appears in issue 56
Tags: Carphone Warehouse, David Ross Foundation, Impact: The Nottingham Campaign, IntoUniversity, Nottingham Potential, Nurturing Talent, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Access and Community Relations, Professor Sarah O’Hara
The University has announced plans to set undergraduate fees at £9,000 from 2012, subject to agreement by the Office for Fair Access (OFFA). At the same time, enquiries from prospective students are up.
Appears in Issue 48
Tags: Browne Review, Dr Paul Greatrix, fees, Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), Nottingham Potential, Office for Fair Access (OFFA), Registrar, undergraduate open days, Vice-Chancellor Professor David Greenaway