News from 2020
Only 12% of sexual offence victims feel police investigations are fair and proportionate, new study reveals
Dr Olivia Smith has published a new report that aims to improve sexual offence victims’ experiences of the criminal justice system.
Loughborough University Academic wins Early Career Researcher Award
A Loughborough University academic in Geography and Environment has been named as one of the 2020 winners of the Early Career Researcher (ECR) UK Awards by the Elsevier and US-UK Fulbright Commission.
Creating a ‘democracy-worthy’ toolkit for journalists covering the US election 2020
As election day approaches in the US, journalists around the world are working in the most challenging environment of their lifetimes.
Two of Loughborough University's School of Social Sciences and Humanities Alumni awarded Queen’s Honours
Two Loughborough University Alumni from the School of Social Sciences and Humanities have been awarded Queen’s Honours in the Birthday list, published in early October.
Loughborough University ranked 1st in the UK for Criminology
Loughborough University has been recognised by the Times/ Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021 as being 1st in the UK for Criminology.
Loughborough University 1st in the UK for Communication and Media, Four Years Running
Loughborough University has been recognised by the Times/ Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021 as being 1st in the UK for Communication and Media, for the 4th consecutive year!
A decent standard of living in London costs up to 58% more compared to the rest of the UK
A basic standard of living in London is up to 58% more expensive than in other urban areas of the UK.
Research to investigate impact of COVID-19 pandemic on family carers
The experience of family carers during the COVID-19 pandemic will be explored in a new international study by Loughborough University and several universities across the world.
Coronavirus reveals how important the nation is to our daily lives
The coronavirus pandemic cuts across borders, cultures and political systems. As the virus spread across the planet, global institutions such as the World Health Organization (WHO) called for worldwide solidarity, arguing that “we’re all in this together and we can only stop it together”.