Ulster University News - November 2018

ARK publication highlights how public opinion has changed since Good Friday Agreement

A survey which highlights how public opinion has changed in Northern Ireland since the signing of the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement in 1998 has been launched by ARK – a joint initiative between Queen’s University Belfast and Ulster University - to mark 20 years of the Northern Ireland Life and Times (NILT) survey series.

27 November 2018

ARK report shows public support for refugees in Northern Ireland

A research report released today by ARK, a joint initiative between Ulster University and Queen’s University Belfast, has found support among the public for asylum seekers and refugees in Northern Ireland.

22 November 2018

Santa Run kicks off Ulster University’s Mind Your Mood fundraising 2018/19

Santa Run kicks off Ulster University’s Mind Your Mood fundraising 2018/19

19 November 2018

Ulster University tackles superbugs using research and evidence-based interventions

Ulster University tackles superbugs using research and evidence-based interventions

18 November 2018

Abu Dhabi emergency services visit Ulster University

A senior delegation from the Abu Dhabi emergency services recently visited Ulster University to discuss co-operation in the areas of emergency trauma, working in emergency settings, major incident and search and rescue.

14 November 2018

Ulster University Chamber Choir hits a high note with upcoming Carnegie Hall performance

Ulster University Chamber Choir are heading to New York for a performance in Carnegie Hall titled ‘The Great War: Commemorating 60 years’. Esteemed composer Paul Mealor will conduct ‘Requiem: The Souls of the Righteous’ and Patrick Hawes the ‘The Great War Symphony’ on the 11th of November in their United States debut. Principle soloist of the Ulster University Chamber Choir and final year Music student, Kerry Stamp has been chosen for a prestigious solo in Mealor’s Requiem.

9 November 2018

Ulster University confirms major milestone reached in the development of Graduate Entry Medical School

Ulster University confirms major milestone reached in the development of Graduate Entry Medical School

8 November 2018

Northern Ireland housing market slows but remains sustainable

Northern Ireland housing market slows but remains sustainable

6 November 2018

Crossborder conference shines spotlight on young peoples’ mental health in a changing world

Crossborder conference shines spotlight on young peoples’ mental health in a changing world

2 November 2018