The Office for Fair Access (OFFA) has endorsed the University’s future plans to raise aspirations and attainment among people from lower-income backgrounds and other groups currently under-represented in higher education.
Nine sixth formers have won awards at the first ever national writing competition staged by Lancaster University.
Lancaster University’s Creative Writing Programme played a key role in bringing together four editors to work on a global online art and literary magazine.
When it comes to mountain rescue skills and knowledge, Lancaster University alumni are certainly at their peak.
More than two hundred and fifty students from the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man have been visiting campus to find out more about life at university.
Sixth form students have taken part an experiment to launch a helium-filled high-altitude weather balloon fitted with scientific measuring instruments helped by Lancaster University physicists.
Scientists from Lancaster University are taking part in low level flights over London to measure the emission rates of a range of air pollutants from the city.
Two leading arts organisations in Lancaster, facing the challenges of the recession, have received a boost to their fundraising activity.
More than two hundred sixth form students have been guaranteed a conditional offer of a place at Lancaster University after completing the Target Uni Mentoring Programme.
Lecturer in Digital Art and Culture Dr Emile Devereaux has been awarded further funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to develop collaborations in India.