Drawing on its six Creative Hubs, the School of Arts, English and Drama will be offering successful applicants to the Artists Access to Art Colleges (AA2A) project access to its printmaking, wood, metal, ceramics, digital media, performance, photography and painting facilities.
An innovative product developed by a Loughborough University academic aims to increase the number of people with visual impairments taking part in sport by letting children experience independent running from a young age.
Specialist tutors from the Study Support Service have been nominated in three different categories for this year’s prestigious Association of Dyslexia Specialists in Higher Education (a DShe) Annual Awards.
Loughborough University has joined forces with the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), the world’s leading association for advancement and philanthropy in higher education, to examine the current state of philanthropic support for higher education in Africa.
New benefit cuts are set to put an unacceptable strain on many blind and partially sighted people, who already find it hard to meet their material and social needs, research by Loughborough University has found.
As football fever continues with England’s last group match against Belgium later this evening, a Loughborough academic has been discussing the testing of the 2018 World Cup football at Loughborough University.
Professor Bob Allison, Loughborough University’s Vice-Chancellor, and Professor Mark Lewis, Dean of the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, were among the guests at a special event on 21st June at the new Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre (DNRC) near Loughborough.