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June 2018

Students learn about healthy cooking at local Indian restaurant

Students from the University, Priory School and Portsmouth College learned healthy ways to cook at the Pompey in the Community kitchens, with Faz and Jaf Ahmed from The Akash Indian Restaurant in Southsea.

HotHouse Residential 2018: Collaboration – A Practical Exploration

HotHouse 2018 was based around supporting the development of Enterprise and Innovation – including applied research – within CCI and to increase expertise and knowledge of CCI staff.

Do you photocopy or print published materials? Then please let the Copyright Licensing Agency know

Do you print or photocopy teaching resources which includes copyright material? Will you use these materials from 17 September to 26 October 2018? If so you can help the Copyright Licensing Agency.

Gun House Car Park Temporary Closure

Gun House Car Park will be closed from 5.00pm on Thursday 19 July to 9.00am on Sunday 22 July, as part of the annual Graduation Ball at the Students’ Union.

Summer Work at the University of Portsmouth

We are recruiting casual staff to work different roles over the summer, including Graduation Assistants and staff to help during the confirmation and clearing period.

Creative Writing Alumna Publishes Book

CCI MA Creative Writing Alumna, Carolyn Hughes has written a new book in her ‘The Meonbridge Chronicles’

PONToon PhD Student Performs Work in Progress at XR Circus Industry Showcase Event

PONToon PhD student, Carolyn Watt has had her work in progress was featured at the XR Circus Industry Showcase event in May!

Off the scale: Can forensics save the world’s most-trafficked mammal?

A pioneering new project trials fingerprinting techniques to battle pangolin poaching. Forensic fingerprinting techniques will now be used in the battle against illegal wildlife trade as new methods of lifting fingermarks from trafficked…

Businesses wowed by facilities and expertise at University 2 Business event

Staff across the University worked together to greet 106 delegates from the local business community with 63 different sessions displaying some of our great facilities, expertise and services.

Social media’s effect on young to be examined

How social media helps or harms children’s mental health is to be examined by leading experts in social geography and mental health from the Universities of Portsmouth and Sheffield. Professor Liz Twigg, in…

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