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Old Boys of St Paul's Practising School making their mark

Saturday December 12th, 2009, 2pm. The Chapel, The University of Gloucestershire, Francis Close Hall, Swindon Road, Cheltenham GL52 3JG

Michael White chosen as Public Relations representative of the CIPR

University of Gloucestershire Public Relations student, Michael White has been appointed as a student representative of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR).

Poppy Appeal -over £1000 raised by The University of Gloucestershire

Students from the University of Gloucestershire have stepped out to raise more than £1,000 for the Royal British Legion.
The 14 students from campuses in Cheltenham and Gloucester volunteered to help with Poppy Appeal collections in Gloucester city centre and the new Gloucester Quays designer outlet at the city’s Docks on Saturday October 31 and Saturday November 7.

Apples For Charity at The University of Gloucestershire

An apple a day not only keeps the doctor away – it raises money for charity, supports local orchards and reduces your carbon footprint.

University of Gloucestershire media lecturer in line for national film award

Media lecturer in line for national film award

A University of Gloucestershire film-maker and lecturer has been nominated in this year’s British Independent Film Awards (BIFA).

Commemorating the Fallen

Saturday December 12, 2009, The Chapel, Francis Close Hall, Swindon Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL52 3JG

Famous fossil expert to visit Corinium Museum next week

A last minute addition to a Corinium Museum Half Term holiday event will see famous fossil expert Dr Neville Hollingworth pay the Cirencester museum a visit on Friday October 30th.

Putting Fairtrade Into Practice at The University of Gloucestershire

From basketballs to biscuits the University of Gloucestershire is celebrating the renewal of its Fairtrade status across all campuses.
Staff have been developing and improving the number of Fairtrade items on offer and providing everyone in the University community with a wider choice of products across all campuses.
Items include chocolate bars, tea and coffee, as well as rugby balls, fo

Getting to the Bottom of Human Rights

Senior law lecturer Peter Halstead has seen his latest book, ‘Unlocking Human Rights’, published as part of part of Hodder and Stoughton’s series of ‘Unlocking’ legal topics for students.

Student Sustainability Forum is first for the University of Gloucestershire

Thursday 3rd November, 10am-3.30pm, Francis Close Hall, Swindon Road, Cheltenham, GL50 4AZ


Getting students on board for a more sustainable future is at the heart of the first conference of its kind at the University of Gloucestershire.


And places are fully booked for the event which is being held at the Francis Close Hall campus in Cheltenham on Thursday 3 November.

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