The Residences Administration Team are riding high after a successful trial with an electric cargo bike.
Staff, students, visitors and members of the local community attended a celebratory health and wellbeing event earlier this month, marking the official opening of Brunswick Park at the heart of The University of Manchester's campus.
Staff at the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Resource Centre (AIUC) have said thank you and farewell to Jackie Ould, their long-standing Education Co-ordinator and (latterly) Co-director, who retired in August.
ReachOut is a mentoring charity working with children in disadvantaged communities to raise aspirations and help them grow in character and attainment.
Shaking epileptic flies into a seizure may not be your average biology lesson; it is however just one of the activities taking place with a group of 12 schools in Lancashire.
The Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health's new 'Instruments of Change' display was launched by the Interim Vice-President and Dean, Professor Peter Clayton, earlier this month.
Social mobility considers how someone's adult outcomes relate to their circumstances as a child, with low social mobility often impacting on the life chances of a large section of our society.
The University of Manchester has been at the forefront of Development Studies for 60 years, starting with Nobel Prize winner Sir Arthur Lewis right through to the current work of our Global Development Institute (GDI).
A new research project, led by Professor Stephanie Barrientos will look at how to promote more ethical labour standards in the growing market of goods produced in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Alumni from The University of Manchester go onto amazing achievements and we are proud to learn of the continued involvement of Masters alumnus Rahab Mohandis who has been supporting the representation of civil society in the South Sudan peace talks.
Kate Osamor, Shadow Secretary for International Development, will visit The University on 1 November to talk about her vision for a world that addresses inequality as well as poverty.
The University of Manchester will play host to the world's first laboratories to receive Carbon Literacy training.
The University will be hosting its annual Volunteering and Social Justice Fair on Tuesday 16 October in Academy 1 at Manchester Students' Union.
Seminar: Sexuality and Intimacy Needs of Care Home Residents.
The University is investing £3.
Our role as an anchor institution sees us broaden the impact of our work to raise skill levels, reduce local unemployment and create inclusive growth in Greater Manchester.
The Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Resource Centre, a library specialising in the study of race, migration and ethnicity, recently held their 3rd annual Community History Showcase.
Staff from across Directorate for the Student Experience visited the Division of Cardiovascular Sciences, to understand how monies raised from the Give It Don't Bin It campaign are invested by the British Heart Foundation (BHF).