News from 2015
University Network praised for promoting disability equality
A University of Bradford network for promoting disability equality has been named Network Leader of the Year.
University of Bradford to honour six at graduation ceremonies
A stand-up comedian, TV presenter, pioneering hand surgeon and Bradford-based champions of some of the most vulnerable people are among those to be honoured at the University of Bradford's graduations next week.
n-able receives national accolade
n-able, the network for promoting disability equality has been named Network Leader of the Year 2015.
Dr Pam Bagley gives keynote speech at the 2015 West China International Nursing Conference
Dean of the Faculty of Health Studies Dr Pam Bagley was invited by the School of Nursing, Sichuan University to present a 45 minute keynote speech at the 2015 West China International Nursing Conference, which took place 28th to 30th September 2015.
University of Bradford awarded coveted Queen's Anniversary Prize
The University of Bradford has been awarded a coveted Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education for its world-leading work to improve the lives of people living with dementia.
Rotary Peace Fellows 2015
University of Bradford's Rotary Peace Fellows met the Chair of the Rotary Peace Centres Committee Peter Kyle and Rotary Peace Centre specialist Tyler Allen in their first meeting of the 14th class of Rotary Peace Fellows at Bradford.
University of Bradford HR Director is HRO Today's European Chief HR Officer (not for profit) 2015
The University of Bradford's Director of Human Resource and Organisational Development has scooped the top prize in her profession in Europe from HRO Today, the profession's worldwide magazine.
3 key ingredients to lifelong happiness | Frederika Roberts
Happiness is a much talked-about topic lately; even the UK government is looking at measuring and increasing national happiness! But happiness is so much more than a 'buzzword'. There are many definitions of happiness and plenty of people willing to argue that 'some people are just happier than others' and that you can't work on becoming happier. In this article, I will show you some simple ways to work on your happiness as well as, I hope, convince you of why it is important that you do.
Not so happy old age?
The notion that older people are happier than younger people is being challenged following a recent study led by a University of Bradford lecturer.