News from 2016
New partnership aspires to support excellence in social work education and practice in Cumbria
A new social work teaching partnership will support ambitious plans to further develop social work education and practice across the region, following a successful bid to the Department for Education to secure two-year funding.
Lancaster graduate wins T S Eliot prize
A Lancaster University graduate, who won the prestigious T S Eliot prize, said his experience here had taught him long-lasting lessons about being a writer.
Time to have your say on the University’s future
Plans for the development of Lancaster University to 2020 and beyond, including exciting key projects such as the Health Innovation Campus, will be shared with the community in January.
The Chancellor’s Medal is presented annually to the most meritorious students.
Honorary Graduates December 2016
Global entrepreneur Gian Fulgoni and top level advisor Stewart Wallis OBE are among two high achievers to have been awarded honorary degrees at the graduation ceremonies in December.
Alumni awards for outstanding graduates
Two Lancaster graduates have received Alumni awards at the December graduation ceremonies.
Lancaster University has achieved transformative change with an imaginative and innovative approach to sustainability and carbon reduction targets, which has been recognised as leading the HE sector both in the UK and internationally.
Partnership provides graduates with career-boosting energy sector opportunities
A partnership between Lancaster University and Heysham 2 nuclear power plant, which is operated by EDF Energy, is helping to recruit talented graduates into the energy sector.
Centre of excellence created for the next industrial revolution
Lancaster University is joining forces with TWI to create a new centre of excellence for smart and advanced manufacturing systems.
The Work Foundation launches Commission on Good Work
The Work Foundation, part of Lancaster University, has launched a brand new “Commission on Good Work”.