Biologists at York are applying the wood-digesting abilities of a tiny marine pest to a burning problem in the rice fields of Asia.
Thanks to many generous donations from the United States and beyond, York can provide many different international opportunities to our students.
The Registers of the Archbishops of York contain 400 years of valuable religious, political and social history. Now, thanks to funding, they are available for all to access.
Thanks to the generosity of alumni and friends of the Department of Chemistry, we are pleased to announce that together we have raised over £815,315 towards the Chemistry at 50 Appeal, which was launched to mark the Department’s 50th anniversary last year.
Your help allows us to give financial support to clubs, societies and student projects around the University.
Your gifts of time, expertise and work experience all make a tremendous impact. You support us in numerous ways – this year over 1,200 of you volunteered over 12,000 hours of your time to support York students – thank you so much!
We want everyone who comes to York to reach their potential – not just academically but also as employable, active and creative individuals who can fully participate in the community.
Your help allows us to give financial support to independent critical thinkers of the future. We want York students to prosper in a global workplace and contribute to the diverse skills and perspectives in our international community.
Since its inception YuStart has attracted over 1,900 of you to give over £88,000 for 75 projects!
A welcome from the Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Koen Lamberts
York has always been a place that supports sanctuary and social justice and now, thanks to you, we are hosting our first student scholars funded by your generous donations to our Equal Access Fund.
Thanks to your generosity, the University of York was able to offer bursary support to over 120 undergraduate students during 2015/16.
Launched to celebrate the Department’s 50th anniversary, the Physics at 50 Fund is helping scientists like Professor Krauss create novel ways to speed up diagnosis of bacterial infections.
Your support helps our research staff collaborate across departments and seven interdisciplinary themes. Our academic strength means we can meet the scientific, social and environmental challenges of our time.
Thanks to your support, our postgraduate community are collaborating to push back the boundaries of knowledge and to improve the world we live in.
Thanks to those donors who have left a gift in their will, we can make a world of difference to generations to come.
A new leaders’ programme has been added to the York Award to give 30 students a unique opportunity to present team projects to a panel of graduate employers and to compete for the Chancellor’s Leadership Prize.
Over the past year alumni and friends of the Department of Chemistry have raised more than £815,000 for the Chemistry@50 Appeal. These gifts have made […]