The Drama Barn is back for summer term and heading to the Edinburgh Fringe with two original plays.
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How would you describe an average teenager? Lucy Foulkes, a Lecturer of Psychology in Education at York, suggests that for most people, the following characteristics […]
In 1967 York’s then Vice- Chancellor, Lord James, was still hugely weary of increased student participation.
Samuel Pepys is synonymous with the diary that he kept for some nine and a half years, beginning on 1st January 1660 until he ceased writing nearly a decade later.
I was 28 but had nowhere to go with my career, my salary was unlikely to increase to any significant extent as the years passed and the scope of my job unlikely to grow very much.
It’s now been nearly ten years since the University launched the Centre for Applied Human Rights Protective Fellowship Scheme for Human Rights Defenders (HRDs) at Risk.
Trying to learn ‘how to code’ is not a productive use of your time unless it has major value in your job, or you enjoy programming as a hobby.
Dr Peter Lee, who died on 10 March 2017 of a brain tumour after a short illness, was a lecturer in the Department of Mathematics […]
Professor Berrick Saul who died in May 2016 aged 91 was the University’s Vice-Chancellor from January 1979 to October 2003. David Foster remembers him.
When the University of York first opened its doors in 1963, to 215 students, it was smaller in population than Lord James’s prior institution, Manchester Grammar School, which had over one thousand pupils.
Income inequality is strongly correlated with low social mobility, with lower average educational performance and with bigger gaps in educational attainment between rich and poor children.
Over the past 24 years Gates’ work with Diageo – global alcoholic beverages producers and the world’s largest producer of spirits – has taken him across the globe. As well as the UK, he has called Brazil, Japan, Singapore and Holland, home.