2010 News

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Greenwich student on course for gaming success

University of Greenwich student Danny Goodayle is on top of his game - studying Computing & Games Development while running his own company.

Date of release: Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Royal Parks to feature Greenwich design

A University of Greenwich lecturer has been named joint winner of an international design competition to find "The Ultimate Drinking Fountain" for London's eight Royal Parks. Mark Titman's design, Watering Holes, was chosen along with Trumpet, by Ben Addy, from over 150 entries from 26 countries, with the judges unable to split the two. The designs will be unveiled as prototypes next year before the final pieces are installed in London's eight royal parks; St James's, Regent's, Hyde, Green, Kensington Gardens, Greenwich, Richmond, and Bushy.

Date of release: Thursday, December 9, 2010

University carol service rescheduled

Due to weather conditions the University carol service will not be taking place this evening as planned. The service has been rescheduled for 7.30pm Friday, 10 December and will be taking place at Greenwich, Old Royal Naval College Chapel, SE10 9JF.

Date of release: Thursday, December 2, 2010

"Start living," is the message from the University of Greenwich

Indian head massages, laughter and advice were all on offer as staff and former students from the University of Greenwich urged people to "start living - stop stressing," during National Stress Awareness Day (NSAD) at the university's Avery Hill Campus.

Date of release: Thursday, December 2, 2010

Greenwich forges new partnership in Pakistan

The University of Greenwich and Bahria University in Pakistan have forged a new partnership to pave the way for closer academic collaboration. Their shared ambitions include the joint development of undergraduate and postgraduate courses, exchange of staff for research and curriculum development, as well as teaching and research conducted by academic staff from both universities and student exchanges.

Date of release: Monday, November 29, 2010

Maths lecturer named Teacher of the Year by Times Higher Education

University of Greenwich Maths lecturer Tony Mann has been awarded the prestigious prize of Most Innovative Teacher of the Year by Times Higher Education Magazine.

Date of release: Friday, November 26, 2010

AccessAbility Art exhibition

An exhibition to celebrate the United Nation's International Day for Persons with Disabilities will take place at the University of Greenwich on Friday, December 3.

Date of release: Wednesday, November 24, 2010

University of Greenwich embarks on EU teaching and research project

The University of Greenwich has received a prestigious funding award from the European Commission to help it run a diverse range of projects including a series of public lectures, exhibitions and workshops.

Date of release: Wednesday, November 10, 2010

University of Greenwich leads project to create "living" buildings

The University of Greenwich's School of Architecture & Construction is poised to use ethical synthetic biology to create "living" materials that could be used to clad buildings and help combat the effects of climate change.

Date of release: Monday, November 8, 2010

University honours leading QC and Greenwich campaigner

Tim Barnes, who is a leading Queen's Counsel and former chair of local civic group the Greenwich Society, was awarded an honorary degree, Doctor of Laws (HonLLD), by the University of Greenwich on Monday, October 19. Tim has contributed his time and expertise to assist the teaching of law at Greenwich and to improve the employability of the university's law graduates.

Date of release: Wednesday, October 27, 2010


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