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December 2018

Pint of Science: Portsmouth 2019

After successful events coordinated by the University over the last three years, we are once again hosting a series of simultaneous local events for the international Pint of Science Festival on the 20-22 May 2019. Would you like to be a part of it? 

University CRM project – Supporting student recruitment

A new Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system is being tested to help with student recruitment.

Erasmus+ staff opportunities

Staff can take part in training events in Europe with the aim of enhancing personal and professional skills.

Scientists to explore future use of bacteria based active agents

Biosurfactants with the ability to replace harmful petroleum based surfactants in everyday products are a step closer to becoming the norm. Dr Pattanathu Rahman from the Institute of Biological and Biomedical Sciences at…

New University Microsoft Word templates for letters, minutes and reports

Many of us have been unsure where to get a University letter template from, now it’s simple. They are available on Microsoft Word along with a number of other templates that will help you create professional University documents.

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.

Reusing waste products to improve soil cultivation and reduce CO2 emissions

The University of Portsmouth is playing a major role in a European project using agricultural and fisheries waste to develop sustainable methods and products to improve greenhouse food crop production and reduce CO2…

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…

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