Ulster University News - 2021
Ulster University partners with Dublin City University to deliver report informing the launch of the Dublin-Belfast Economic Corridor
This week eight local authorities from either side of the border came together to launch the Dublin Belfast Economic Corridor in response to challenges facing the region, which have been identified by a joint report from Ulster University and Dublin City University.
25 March 2021
Ulster University will be partnering with the University of Birmingham, as part of a broader consortium of key stakeholders from across the four nations of the UK, to develop a brand new Centre for adult social care.
24 March 2021
The REfLECTS stroke rehabilitation research project has received €1.760m additional funding
24 March 2021
Basketball Ireland announce plans for up to 10 Centres of Excellence nationwide
23 March 2021
The report reviews existing support for business creation in Northern Ireland
23 March 2021
UK wide study highlights specific impacts of the Covid pandemic on the health and social care workforce
The COVID-19 Health and Social Care Workforce Study is a three-phase study led by Ulster University
22 March 2021
University Mental Health Day (UMHD) takes place on Thursday 4 March 2021, bringing together the university community to make mental health a university-wide priority.
4 March 2021
The InspireD App enables people living with dementia to create a digital memory book to store photographs, videos and sounds
1 March 2021
Ulster Screen Academy Receives Prestigious Unreal Academic Partner Status and Announces £1m Investment in Virtual Production Studio
In an exciting week for the new Ulster Screen Academy, Epic Games, the creators of Fortnite and Unreal Engine, the world’s most open and advanced real-time 3D tool, has awarded Unreal Academic Partner status to the Ulster Screen Academy, endorsing the Games Design and Animation programmes.
23 February 2021
We all want to grow old gracefully, but how can science help us maintain our wellbeing and health as we get older?
18 February 2021
First year students at Ulster University’s Business School at Magee are calling on people to turn their COVID-19 blues into community action and to help raise much needed funds for Foyle Search and Rescue, Foyle Down Syndrome Trust, Foyle Hospice and Pink Ladies Cancer Charity
18 February 2021
Ulster University has confirmed that its highly regarded CAIN archive will be retained as a live and curated archive, made possible by support from Initiatives of Change. The funding follows a consultation in 2019 and comprehensive efforts by the University and the CAIN team to secure the long-term future of the archive.
17 February 2021
Hearing loss is known to increase a person’s risk of dementia, but new research demonstrates that using hearing aids for hearing difficulties can protect against the condition.
16 February 2021
The latest Quarterly House Price Index report from Ulster University indicates a stable residential property market that continues to exhibit increasing price growth and strong market demand signals.
15 February 2021
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge praise nursing students from Ulster University in surprise video call
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spoke to nursing students from Ulster University via video call to hear more about their experiences of studying during the pandemic, and of undertaking placements on the frontline of the COVID-19 response in Northern Ireland.
11 February 2021
Ulster University student accommodation has once again been shortlisted in two categories of the National Student Housing Awards 2021 for ‘Best Booking Experience’ and ‘Best Moving In Experience’.
9 February 2021
Ulster University Business School (UUBS) has developed a new part-time MSc Business in Technology programme, co-created with industry in Northern Ireland to ensure the development of relevant knowledge and skills in the professional and technology services sectors.
4 February 2021
Dr Dominic McSherry, Reader in Psychology at Ulster University’s School of Psychology and Institute of Mental Health Sciences has been appointed Editor-in-Chief of the international Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma (JCAT).
3 February 2021
Ulster University has decided that it will re-locate undergraduate Health Sciences programmes from its Jordanstown campus to the Magee campus at Derry~Londonderry from September 2022; with postgraduate provision delivered at the Belfast campus.
2 February 2021