Five distinguished people have been awarded honorary degrees at the July graduation ceremonies.
Lancaster University has transformed the lives of one couple who have married and become a doctor and computer scientist.
Twins Emma and Catherine Rose are celebrating their First Class degrees in Biomedical and Life Sciences.
University life has been a shared experience for twin sisters Charis and Flora Hackett.
‘The Student Journey’ at Lancaster University has been captured in a novel New York subway-style map as part of a project to further enhance student life.
A group of Lake District businesses has commissioned two Lancaster University students to research Chinese attitudes to overseas travel and tourism.
A pioneer in teaching and researching design is to receive a top honour for innovation in design education.
A new paper by Professor Caroline Gatrell and Bishop Nigel Peyton shows that priestly life can present a constant challenge. Nevertheless, most Anglican priests remain steadfast to their vows and consider the commitment of ordination to be lifelong.
Two businesses started by Lancaster University students have been recognised in prestigious national business awards.
A team of Lancaster University professionals working to turn research into benefits for business and the economy has been shortlisted for a special award.