I’m an electronic engineer. I learned my trade in a design lab in Basildon in the early 1980s. I quickly realised that the people who […]
SPOTLIGHT ON equality: Professor Kate Pickett and Professor Richard Wilson discuss the state of being equal If moving forward is the goal, it’s a not […]
York’s work at the forefront of a worldwide drive against leishmaniasis, one of the world’s most lethal tropical diseases, has reached an important milestone thanks […]
Jestina Mukoko works for the Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) in the capital city of Harare. Jestina is a Human Rights Defender and former Fellow of […]
Conducting research and interpreting its findings are fundamental for all university scholars. Whether a scientist, social scientist or arts and humanities specialist, the intellectual excitement […]
Leaders of tomorrow The Laidlaw Undergraduate Research and Leadership Scholarship is a special new programme that equips undergraduate students with the skills, knowledge and values […]
We’re looking for new members to be part of our University of York in America Board – have you got time to spare?
Music marked their 50th anniversary with the launch of the Music at 50 Fund, your support has helped to ensure that the Department can continue to thrive for future generations.
Peter Lord, Co-founder and Creative Director of Academy Award® winning studio Aardman Animations will be in York to auction off ‘Morph’
Our fantastic student fundraising team have been on the phones again asking for your support, find out how they got on.
‘What my Achieving Excellence Bursary meant to me’ – be inspired by graduate Hannah!
See what you missed as we hosted our annual York reception for donors and friends at York Art Gallery.
We are delighted to announce that a charitable foundation based in Malaysia has pledged to support 50 University of York students.
It’s not just alumni who volunteer at the University – our students do some fantastic work in the local area.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Koen Lamberts and Chair of the N8 Research Partnership, explains why the North’s universities can produce top candidates for any industry.
Launched in 2016, the Tribute Garden – a place created for those who wish to remember or celebrate a person or achievement – has begun to take shape.
It’s been three years since we took a leap into the crazy world of crowdfunding – and we haven’t looked back since!
With support from around the world, the Centre for Applied Human Rights, which celebrates 10 years in 2018, hosts defenders from around the world.