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June 2016

Are you a good eyewitness?

The Department of Psychology is looking for participants for a new study investigating the quantity and quality of details in eyewitness memory reports. The experiment involves viewing a short video of a non-violent crime and then answering some questions about it.

EU referendum: Vice-Chancellor’s message to students

After a long and sometimes painful period of campaigning, the referendum on UK membership of the EU has resulted in a majority ‘leave’ vote by a narrow margin. I would like to reassure…

EU referendum: Vice-Chancellor’s message to staff

After a long and sometimes painful period of campaigning, the referendum on UK membership of the EU has resulted in a majority ‘leave’ vote by a narrow margin. Whatever views we may have…

Annual online reading list rollover

The University Library will roll over all the online reading lists ready for the next academic year. The rollover is expected to take place on Monday 4 July 2016.

Notes from the University Executive Board

Notes are now available from the University Executive Board meeting held on 6 June 2016.

Research and Innovation Services update

Latest news and events (24 June 2016).

Scientists’ breakthrough in modelling universe

Research teams in Europe and the USA – including a cosmologist from the University of Portsmouth – have begun modelling the universe for the first time using Einstein’s full general theory of relativity….

Graham Galbraith

Final ‘Meet the VC and colleagues’ session

The final ‘Meet the VC and colleagues’ session will focus on education. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from Graham Galbraith, Paul Hayes and Stephen Wiggins.

University Committee notes: University Library

From 8 June 2016 meeting.

Staff Sports Day 2016

Congratulations to the IncredibleS from Information Services!

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