Organisational Development are rolling out a new course on Wednesday 19 August that will focus on how to practice positive thinking.
While the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic are still unclear, it is certain that they are a profound shock to the systems underpinning contemporary life.
Former Scotland and Leicestershire batsman Rob Taylor has been appointed as Lightning Cricket Head Coach.
Following guidelines set by the government that members of the public are required to wear face coverings in all shops from 24 July, a number of Loughborough students have been keeping busy by making their own.
Plans to develop a Global Sports Hub centred at Loughborough received a boost with the announcement today that SportPark on Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Park (LUSEP) will undergo a £6m expansion.
Fine Art graduate Abigail Collins started her degree expecting to focus on her studies and settle into a new chapter of her life.
Staff are invited to attend an informal drop-in session with members of the HR team if they have any questions about the scheme.
A corporate and workwear tender project led by the University’s Procurement team and Creative and Print Services has been awarded ‘highly commended’ at the UK National Government Opportunities (GO) Awards.
Councillor David Snartt and Mrs Joan Snartt, the Mayor and Mayoress, met Olympic Gold Medal winner Adam Peaty on their first face-to-face visit since taking up office.
Following the staff Equality, Diversity and Inclusion survey that ran in March, the Race Equality Working Group is now looking for colleagues from across the University to take part in focus groups to discuss race equality at Loughborough University. The discussions which take place at the focus groups will feed into the University’s work towards our Race Equality Charter Action Plan.
“The uncertainty of the coronavirus can give us a small glimpse into what it’s like to be a refugee – we’re experiencing restrictions on travel, non-secure housing, job uncertainty and so on”, says Dr Michelle Richey, of Loughborough University’s School of Business and Economics.
Joanna Johnson has recently completed her final year of studies within the University’s School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, with a 2:1 (Second Class, Upper Division) degree in Psychology.
Loughborough University, The International Tennis Federation (ITF - the world governing body for tennis), and the LTA (the national governing body for tennis in Great Britain) have come together to provide a suite of education and support resources for parents of young tennis hopefuls, and to drive forward research on parenting in tennis.
The School and College Liaison Team at Loughborough University launched their HE at Home scheme during lockdown, providing resources to schools and families to aid home-schooling.
The third series of the popular Disasters: Deconstructed podcast has been launched and looks at the history of ‘unnatural’ disasters as well as how they have been reported and perceived.
In this week’s special edition of the 'Experts in Sport' podcast, host Martin Foster introduces an international online forum featuring leading academics looking at the key themes in race, ethnicity, and racism in sports coaching.
A selection of pioneering research at Loughborough University has been featured in Police Professional, a monthly subscription journal for practitioners working in UK law enforcement.
Motivated to beat the statistic that only 6% of care leavers go to university and even fewer finish their degree, Kim Emenike is graduating from Loughborough University with a 2:1 in International Business.
This year’s Doctoral College Summer Showcase took place between 29 June – 3 July and for the first time, was ran entirely online.
LU-ARC is delighted to be launching a new summer lecture series, commencing on Thursday 30 July.
S BUILDING BOILER HOUSE CHIMNEY REMOVAL WORKS - SATURDAY 20TH JUNE 2020
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THURSDAY 4TH - FRIDAY 12TH JUNE 2020 - UNIVERSITY ROAD, ROAD BEND SECTION AT THE DAVID COLLETT HILL
Controlled goods imported from the EU - Jan 2021 onwards
The new University Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER) Policy summarises the key requirements of the PUWER Regulations and outlines the management systems required within the University for purchasing, using and maintaining work equipment, as well as detailed information and guidance for specific types of hazardous or safety-critical equipment.
IT Services will be hosting a number of drop-in sessions
IT Services will be hosting a number of sessions to assist staff with preparations to work from home.
HMRC are contacting all VAT registered businesses with this message regarding importing/exporting post Brexit
Changes to Parking Permit system - No action Required
Key Travel Demonstration Sessions with a Q & A