At the start of January 2019, Dr Jeff Evans, a Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography in the School of Social Sciences, boarded the 134m-long S. A. Agulhas II – one of the largest and most modern research ships anywhere in the world.
Category archive: Education
Vice Chancellor Professor Robert Allison discusses the future of international student recruitment for UK universities and why Loughborough is proud to be a multi-national, multi-cultural and outward-looking community.
As parents desperately try to create World Book Day costumes for their little ones out of old tights and tin foil, Dr Oliver Tearle looks at how fancy dress and cut price books are helping to encourage children to fall in love with reading.
As Loughborough University research reveals many four-year-olds are not physically ready for school, the experts behind the findings share some simple activities for parents to try at home with their children to improve physical development…
We have all suffered disappointment at some point in our lives, but it’s important to remember that a positive mindset can hold the key to better things.
With A-level results day on the horizon, nerves are setting in and it’s very easy to feel overwhelmed. But remember, there are plenty of options open to you, even if you don’t get the results you expected.
Professor Sue Hignett in the Loughborough Design School says it’s possible to design out error in the health service…
Don’t stand by is the theme for this year’s Holocaust Memorial Day. With this in mind, Professor Chris Szejnmann asks: can we learn civil courage and embed human rights and citizenship values into future generations?