Literary Studies Informed Tim's Advertising Approach
Lancaster’s radical literary studies forever informed one graduate’s approach to advertising during his time at Bailrigg.
The Maths of Marketing
Ian Harris (Operational Research, 1990, County) talks about his vision to apply maths to promote better digital marketing
Putting a Monetary Value on Biodiversity
A photo of a rare shrew taken by a Lancaster University alumnus features on a new banknote, celebrating an African island’s unique fauna.
Professional Achievement Award for Dr Aroosa Kanwal
In March 2018, The British Council announced the 12 finalists for the Study UK Alumni Awards 2018 in Pakistan.
Dave Pickering (Creative Arts, 2003, Furness) tells how Lancaster gave him the opportunity to develop his craft as storyteller and performer.
Sarah's Brexit Challenge
Sarah Rapson (Mathematics, 1989, County) tells how her time at Lancaster helped her achieve a succession of challenging career positions
When Rock Went to College
The Great Hall at Lancaster University opened in October 1969 and immediately started playing host to some of the most exciting and innovative rock bands in the world, for the entertainment of students and the public.
50th Celebration for Educational Research
On Friday 22nd September 2017, over 80 people gathered together for a day of academic and social events to mark the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Department of Educational Research.
Golden Reunion for First Ever Graduates
More than 80 of Lancaster University’s first ever graduates and their guests gathered in The Royal Geographical Society in London for a reunion this month marking 50 years since their graduation.
Studying Butterflies in the Field
A double prizewinning graduate shows how changing habitat management could help reverse the decline of some of the UK’s signature butterflies.