News from 2019
Ancient secret of stone circles revealed
New evidence of a massive lightning strike at the centre of a hidden stone circle in the Outer Hebrides, may help shed light on why these monuments were created thousands of years ago.
University receives funding to help regional SMEs
The University of Bradford has recently received funding through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) for a new three year project that will help chemical manufacturing businesses in the region.
New Head of the School of Social Sciences
The University of Bradford has appointed a new head of the School of Social Sciences.
Professor Rae Earnshaw scholarships support 10 students
Professor Rae Earnshaw, former Dean and Pro Vice-Chancellor at the University was the inaugural donor of the University’s 50th Anniversary Scholarship Appeal in 2016, since then his support has enabled 10 students to study for a master’s degree at the University.
Financial statements 2018/19
The University of Bradford’s financial performance in 2018/19 shows an operating surplus of £0.4m.
International expert in dementia care comes to Bradford
The University of Bradford is welcoming Professor Steven H. Zarit, a world-renowned clinical academic on family carers and how their role influences those living with dementia.
University honours eight at graduations
The University of Bradford will honour eight national and international figures with honorary degrees at its forthcoming graduation ceremonies.
About the UCU strike action commencing Monday 25 November
Some University of Bradford staff are taking strike action and action short of a strike.
Plastic Surgery and Burns Research Unit director awarded Professorship
Consultant plastic surgeon Ajay L Mahajan has been awarded a Professorship at the University of Bradford in recognition of his academic achievements.
Pharmacy students take part in Self Care Week
Students from the University are working in collaboration with Living Well, a joint programme between the Council and the three NHS Bradford district and Craven clinical commissioning groups (CCGs), to deliver self-care messages to people across the district.