News from 2019
Latest Radar project to host exhibition exploring the legacy of pioneering arts educator
The project "This is Just What I Saw" by Katarina Hruskova and Dr Sarah Mills, draws on works produced by school-children in workshops using updated versions of Richardson's methods and featuring reproductions of materials from Marion Richardson's archive, which will both evoke and function as a pedagogical and imaginative space.
‘Stark warning’: New research identifies deadly hidden weather hazard that has the potential to affect millions of people
New research, led by Loughborough University academics, has found that tropical cyclones followed by deadly heat is an emerging weather threat that could put millions of people at risk as global temperatures continue to rise.
Dr Long Seng To helps construct new United Nations specifications that could lead to huge international investments in solar energy
A Loughborough University academic has helped construct new United Nations specifications that have the potential to boost solar energy investments across the globe if implemented.
Geography at Loughborough achieves Top 10 Student Satisfaction rating in NSS 2019 results
We are really pleased to announce that the 2019 National Student Survey (NSS) shows high levels of overall student satisfaction across our undergraduate degrees, recognising the excellent experience of our students in Geography.
SkyEarth invited to pitch idea at finals of YES at Royal Society in London
SkyEarth, composed of Geography and Environment PhD students Keechy Akkerman (CEO), Tessa Driessen (Finance Director), Richard Mason (Head of R&D) and Maud van Soest (Market and Media Director), were invited to pitch their idea for a lightweight green roof substrate to help with urban greening at the finals held at the Royal Society in London.