Happy new (academic) year! It’s wonderful to welcome our new and returning students back to our campus.
The University’s Policy@Manchester are delighted to announce their new online collection, Health Inequalities.
A quick survey to show how we are tackling the Sustainable Development Goals The United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the world’s call to action on the most pressing challenges and opportunities facing humanity and the natural world, and we’re...
This month, we celebrate Black History Month in the UK, and the University is taking the opportunity to recognise and appreciate our Black history at numerous events taking place across the University.
Community action to combat climate change has never been more important.
The 17 SDGs are the world’s call to action on the most pressing challenges and opportunities facing humanity and the natural world, and we’re playing a key role in tackling them. The quality and scale of our impact against the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)...
On 10 October, to celebrate Black History Month, the University’s Creative Manchester will be hosting a panel discussion with leading experts to explore the effects of conspiracy and joint enterprise laws in racializing and criminalizing particular communities and cultures.
The University’s Creative Manchester presents a lecture with award-winning writer, historian and broadcaster, Professor David Olusoga OBE, in celebration of Black History Month.
Ever wanted to find out a little more about public engagement at the University and the personal stories behind those involved? Each month we spotlight colleagues from our University community who are involved in some form of public engagement. Find out what our...
Earlier this year, the University hosted award ceremonies to celebrate the positive impact created from across our University community. After two years of online celebrations, the Making a Difference Awards returned on 10 May with in-person and a livestreamed event...
In summer of 2015, the University partnered as a stakeholder with the Kindling Trust to launch an organic box scheme, Veg Box People, with collection points on campus.
The Ahmed Iqbal Ullah RACE Centre in Central Library is hosting three globe artworks as part of a UK-wide charitable art education project.
As part of the many events taking place across the University campus for Black History Month, the Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Staff Network are delighted to be hosting an afternoon with Dame Elizabeth Anionwu.The BAME Staff Network are instrumental in influencing...
Over 40,000 staff and students at the University have been nominated for The Earthshot Prize for their practical action on climate change.
Senior academics, policy makers, local government officials and business people have gathered in Rochdale for the launch of a major new report written by experts from the University.
In the UK, age-standardised cancer incidence rate is the highest for people living in the most deprived areas with lung cancer seeing incidence rate almost triple for people living in the most deprived areas when compared with the least deprived areas.
For the past twelve months, two multi-disciplinary teams from the University have been working with The British Council (UK) and AdvanceHE to promote improved gender equity in higher education and research institutions.
Founded in 1941, Outward Bound are an educational charity with a mission to inspire young people to defy their limitations, so they become strong, resilient, and curious, ready for the challenges of life.
Earlier this year, the University’s Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health (FBMH) launched our very first Undergraduate ‘Talking Science’ Competition.
The Ahmed Iqbal Ullah RACE Centre and Education Trust in partnership with Manchester Libraries
Professor Raquel Ortega-Argiles, a researcher at the Manchester Institute of Innovation Research at the University, gave one of the welcoming plenary speeches at the Geography of Innovation international conference held in Milan, Italy in July.
The Linguistic Diversity Collective and Creative Manchester present a free event taking place on 19 October at 5.
Dr Jennifer O’Brien from the University’s School of Enviroment, Education and Development and Academic Lead for Sustainability Teaching and Learning has been awarded a Higher Education and SDGs Challenge Grant by the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU).
The John Rylands Research Institute and Library holds one of the most important collections of Dante’s work in the world.