Ulster University News - April 2021

Student-led UNIQUE Art and Design shop reopens on the Belfast Campus

Ulster University’s UNIQUE Art and Design Shop on the Belfast campus is preparing to reopen to customers this Friday (30 April).

29 April 2021

Ulster University students take on fast fashion

Ulster University students have been putting their design skills to the test thanks to the Live Here Love Here Fashion Forever competition in partnership with Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful.

29 April 2021

International study reveals global glacier retreat has accelerated

Ulster University researcher has co-authored an international study analysing 220,000 glaciers across the world

28 April 2021

Degree apprenticeships: bringing business and education together

It's NI Apprenticeship Week and Ulster University is celebrating its success as NI's largest provider of Degree and Graduate Apprenticeships

28 April 2021

Attract and Retain Top Talent with a Higher Level Apprenticeship

Danielle McWall, Head of the Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics at Ulster University Business School, discusses the role of Higher Level Apprenticeships in future-proofing organisational talent and skills.

21 April 2021

Ulster University to host Gastronomy Summit 2022

In April next year, Ulster University will host Gastronomy Summit 2022, a landmark event that will bring together members of the global culinary community to explore and celebrate the transformative power of food, drink and hospitality.

20 April 2021

“Wasted: time & me:” YouthPact research on the thoughts of young people in the pandemic illustrates the extent of isolation and the impact on mental health

YouthPact, the Quality and Impact body for the EU Peace IV Children & Young People’s Programme of which Ulster University is a partner, asked young people to describe how the past 12 months have impacted them.

19 April 2021

Ulster, UCD and QUB join forces to connect Research Managers and Administrators across the island of Ireland

Ulster University is pleased to announce the launch of a new project to establish a network of Research Managers and Administrators between Ireland and Northern Ireland.

16 April 2021

Dr Stephen Roulston and the RAP Project team win the 2021 SCoTENS John Coolahan Award

Dr Stephen Roulston, Lecturer in the School of Education, was part of the SCoTENS (Standing Conference on Teacher Education, North and South) project team which has been named winner of the 2021 SCoTENS John Coolahan Award for the RAP Project – Readiness and Practice to Teach and Learn in a Digital World.

16 April 2021

UNIQUE hamper up for grabs

Ulster University’s UNIQUE Art and Design Shop is holding a raffle to raise some much-needed funds.

15 April 2021

Dr Tom Maguire elected as Chair of the Board of the International Theatre for Young Audiences Research Network

Dr Tom Maguire, Head of the School of Arts & Humanities, has been elected Chair of the Board of the International Theatre for Young Audiences Research Network (ITYARN).

15 April 2021

Ulster University Business School Skills Courses Help Reignite Futures

Over 300 people have benefitted from free online business related courses delivered by Ulster University Business School

14 April 2021

Professor Tara Moore named in The 100 Women in Ophthalmology Power List

Professor Tara Moore, Professor of Personalised Medicine, has been named as one of the Top 100 Women in Ophthalmology, in The Ophthalmologist Power List 2021.

13 April 2021

Magee team publish third set of results from FOREUM sensors studies with patients across Europe

The project tests accuracy and reliability of sensors in measuring spinal movement.

13 April 2021

Future Screens NI launch mentoring programme ‘Future Foundation’ for the creative sector in Northern Ireland

The Future Foundation will support artists and creative freelancers within the creative and cultural sector in NI.

2 April 2021

Ulster University Business School Publish New Podcast on Skills and Economic Recovery with Economy Minister Diane Dodds

Ulster University Business School (UUBS) has published a special podcast episode examining the critical importance of skill-building and innovation in powering Northern Ireland’s rebuilding agenda.

1 April 2021