Final chance to take part in Content Capture Survey

All staff within the University have an opportunity to consult on the technology used to record video and/or audio for teaching and learning activities.

Former Head of School celebrates 50 years at the University

A Principal Lecturer and former Head of School has been given a big send-off to celebrate 50 years of working at the University.

Queer Celebrity Conference, University of Portsmouth (6-7 June 2019)

This conference aims to explore how the entry of queer figures into the public imagination, in different historical periods and geographical locations, has had a transnational, even global, impact, changing perceptions, attitudes and the way individuals live their lives.

Professor elected as Fellow of the Royal Historical Society

Deborah Sugg Ryan, Professor of Design History and Theory and Associate Dean (Research) in the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society in recognition…

University bus service update

As a reminder, the University bus service is term time only and will, therefore, stop running from Monday 17 December.

Solving water pollution, Holocaust memory and circular economy – Public Lecture Series Spring 2019

The schedule for this Spring’s public lecture series, featuring talks about the evolution of facial expression and the life story of a former child refugee who now owns a successful business.

International and EU Orientation Welcome Day

The International and EU Orientation Welcome Day for students joining us in January will take place on Wednesday 23 January 2019.

Portsmouth academics feature in the list of 2018’s most discussed research

Two studies involving researchers from the University of Portsmouth feature in the Altmetric Top 100, released today. The annual Altmetric Top 100 highlights research published in 2018 that has generated significant international online…

Birds eye view of the fortifications on the site of the new Sports Facility

The walls that have been revealed would have protected the town of Portsmouth during the 17th century. Before the trenches were filled, a drone captured the findings in this video.

The University Library is going cashless

From January, the University Library will not be taking cash or cheques as payment for fines or replacement costs for the rest of the academic year.

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