One of the largest free festivals in the UK, York Festival of Ideas offers a huge range of events including talks, exhibitions, theatre, music, film, guided walks, children’s activities and workshops – all designed to educate, entertain and inspire.
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.
The University of York will unveil a number of new teaching and leisure facilities over the next 18 months, including a new lecture building, sports hall, and laboratory space.
The University of York’s Department of Chemistry is to receive a truly transformation matching gift from alumnus Dr Anthony H Wild.
Refugee Action York (RAY) was founded in 2002 and is a small charity that supports refugees in a number of very practical ways.
Improvements have already been made in the delivery of support services, and the University has committed to continue funding student-led initiatives such as Nightline.
The centre of York is about to be transformed.
All the latest news from York and the University, plus new venues, events and attractions that make York (and our campus) the place to be.
From revamps to relocations, we take you on a tour of campus and glimpse its new emerging architecture, which has the challenge of blending 1960s style with modern design.
With a raft of new facilities, training and support now available for sporting students, we find out more about why York is the place for those with sporting ambition.
The event, run by the York Alumni association and hosted by Greg Dyke, took place under the auspices of law firm Howard Kennedy. It proved an invaluable opportunity for York graduates to chart the current climate of the sector.