The Board of Governors’ Audit Committee has recently updated the University’s Public Interest Disclosure Policy
The Rotary Club of Lincoln will host an illustrated talk on Lincolnshire’s International Bomber Command Centre project
One of the UK’s first People’s Peers will give a revealing account of life behind the scenes in the House of Lords in the first instalment of a new season of free public guest lectures at the University of Lincoln.
We need volunteers to take part in group shots in a range of locations around campus and out in the city. Participants will receive a £5 Amazon voucher as a thank you.
Lincoln has risen to its highest ever position in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide
‘Anomalies’, the first major exhibition by Sinclair Ashman as an artist-printmaker, explores the role of quick decision-making and ‘happy accidents’ in collagraph printmaking.
An online resource charting the history of Feminism in the late 18th century to the early 20th century has been launched, providing the perfect starting point for those wanting to research the topic.
The School of Social & Political Sciences is launching a new seminar series to engage students and staff across the University with their subject areas. Launching on Wednesday 28th September, the first talk will be titled After Brexit and will follow a roundtable format hosted by Dr Andrew Defty, Dr Jan Dobbernack, Professor Duncan French, and Dr Louisa Parks. It… Read more →
Famous Pokémon characters will descend on the University of Lincoln this week – and you could catch them at ‘Pokéstops’ in five different spots across campus.
The University has a Multi-Faith Chaplaincy service, which offers pastoral care, a confidential listening ear and spiritual support to anyone in our University community