All of our graduations are special occasions, but our May 2022 celebrations must be some of the most significant in the University’s history.
November saw the official opening of our tenth college, named after Yorkshire diarist Anne Lister. Often described as the first modern lesbian, Anne’s life and her recent television portrayal gave our students plenty to work with when they were asked to design a shield for the college. With another competition about to launch for our … Continue reading How history shaped the shield for our newest college
Humble beginnings I believe it was Gandhi who once said: “Morning! Suzy is looking at refreshing the graduation pages and I thought that might be a smallish project you could work on with her?” It was February when he said this, I think. It was him or Annie Heinsen, my once-trusted line manager. Little did … Continue reading Welcome to graduation
Following on from our last post, How to write a winning marketing email – the nuts and bolts – here are some of the most important things you should think about when creating content for marketing emails.
Email marketing is an important part of our activity communicating with prospective students. Unlike other marketing methods, email allows you to get content directly in front of students. The tricky part is getting the student to actually open the email, but if done correctly, it can be a powerful conversion tool.
On Monday 7 October, the Equality and Diversity Office announced the arrival of a completely new set of webpages for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at the University.
For the past few years, we’ve been working with colleagues across the University to create a student-facing wellbeing campaign. The 2018/19 campaign was bigger and better than ever, so we wanted to tell you about the thinking behind it and the all-important results.