It’s been ten years since the University launched the Centre for Applied Human Rights, aiming to enhance the sustainability of social activism and support defenders […]
In the words of one 2016–17 scholarship recipient, “scholarships are more than just another line on a bank statement”. They offer access to opportunity, partial […]
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 […]
See what you missed as we hosted our annual York reception for donors and friends at York Art Gallery.
We’re looking for new members to be part of our University of York in America Board – have you got time to spare?
From whales and elephants, to Shakespeare plays and Tim Peake, York researchers have make some fascinating discoveries…
Discover how taking a hands-on approach in the present is helping us delve into the past.
The discovery of a solar system similar to our own is very exciting news, says Dr Emily Brunsden from the Department of Physics.
York Festival of Ideas returns on 6 June for three weeks, this year it explores The Story of Things: a celebration of ingenuity and invention.
With support from around the world, the Centre for Applied Human Rights, which celebrates 10 years in 2018, hosts defenders from around the world.
The future looks bright for the University of York’s Department of Chemistry, thanks to a generous matching gift from alumnus Dr Anthony H Wild.
Generous grant will enable continuation of the Protective Fellowship Scheme for Human Rights Defenders.
Biologists at York are applying the wood-digesting abilities of a tiny marine pest to a burning problem in the rice fields of Asia.
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.
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.
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.