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New course for community leaders and volunteers

The University of Gloucestershire is offering a unique foundation degree aimed at and developed with community leaders and those working in community settings.

Zero-carbon light-rail project narrowly misses award

A revolutionary project, conceived jointly between Cheltenham Chamber of Commerce and Professor Frank Chambers, Head of the University of Gloucestershire's Centre for Environmental Change and Quaternary Research, has come second out of 26 university entrants in a national competition for innovation and reducing carbon emissions.

University of Gloucestershire Chapel centenary celebrations‏

Thursday 19 March 7.30pm, University of Gloucestershire Chapel, Francis Close Hall campus, Swindon Road, GL52 4AZ

A special service will be held on 19 March to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the laying of the foundation stone of the University of Gloucestershire chapel.

The Beauty of Detail - Elpida Hadzl-Vaslleva

26th March, 6.15pm start

Pittville Studios campus, Albert Road, Cheltenham GL52 3JG

Joanna Kane - The Somnambulists

5th March, 6.15pm start

Pittville Studios campus, Albert Road, Cheltenham GL52 3JG

Joanna Kane will talk about her recent photography portrait series "The Somnambulists: Photographic Portraits from Before Photography"

Free postgraduate tuition for unemployed at the University of Gloucestershire

The University of Gloucestershire is supporting the unemployed in the current economic downturn by offering up to 50 free full-time places to help those without work develop their skills.

The offer is for free tuition on a range of one-year postgraduate courses run by the University’s business school, commencing in September 2009. 

Making the Most of Country Life

The lack of affordable housing, public transport and other rural services, and the decline in agriculture has created many challenges for rural communities.

Blondie Drummer to launch video game research

Blondie Drummer to launch research to investigate the mental and health benefits of playing drumming-based interactive computer games.

Professor Tilbury recognised as Marie Curie Fellow

Professor of Sustainability at the University of Gloucestershire, Daniella Tilbury has been awarded a prestigious Marie Curie Fellowship after a competitive process of nominations from across Europe.

Cirencester museum is full of fun during February half-term

Come and see what the Corinium Museum has in store for children with a whole host of exciting activities during the February half term.

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