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Research Management - Media - 11.04.2024
ERC Grant to boost understanding of digital participation in war

Media - 05.04.2024
A Historic Leap for UCL: University Challenge Team Eyes Victory After 61 Years
A Historic Leap for UCL: University Challenge Team Eyes Victory After 61 Years

Media - 25.03.2024
In-depth media interview training for UCL researchers
In-depth media interview training for UCL researchers

Career - Media - 18.03.2024
University of Glasgow report describes freelance journalism as a ’wild west’ profession
Freelance journalists in the UK earn less than the minimum wage, despite journalism being commonly perceived as a privileged profession, according to a new study of freelance journalists led by the University of Glasgow.

Media - History / Archeology - 07.03.2024
Journalist Laura Trevelyan calls for urgent preservation of the Caribbean's endangered historical archives
Journalist Laura Trevelyan calls for urgent preservation of the Caribbean’s endangered historical archives

Media - Career - 26.02.2024
Journalists pay tribute to lecturer who launched more than 1,000 careers
Journalists pay tribute to lecturer who launched more than 1,000 careers

Media - 14.02.2024
Bright future for podcasting in Wales
Bright future for podcasting in Wales

History / Archeology - Media - 18.01.2024
UCL marks Holocaust Memorial Day 2024
UCL marks Holocaust Memorial Day 2024

Environment - Media - 01.01.2024
Behind the scenes: Filming on campus for Attenborough and the Giant Sea Monster
Behind the scenes: Filming on campus for Attenborough and the Giant Sea Monster

Media - Religions - 07.12.2023
Exploring multifaith and interfaith support at UCL
Exploring multifaith and interfaith support at UCL

Media - 23.11.2023
Autumn Statement 2023: Universal Credit and benefits

Media - Linguistics / Literature - 17.11.2023
Meet the UCL Student Journalists
Meet the UCL Student Journalists

Media - 19.10.2023
Ace Week: 22-28 October 2023
Ace Week: 22-28 October 2023

Media - 19.10.2023
Applications now open to be a UCL student writer
Applications now open to be a UCL student writer
Are you a budding journalist, with a keen eye for detail and the passion for producing a captivating news story? Then we have two exciting opportunities to become either a Student Journalist or join the Content Writers Pool.

Media - 28.07.2023
'Science Around Us' Micropoetry Competition 2023 winners unveiled
’Science Around Us’ Micropoetry Competition 2023 winners unveiled

Media - Event - 29.06.2023
Gary Younge wins for Orwell Prize for Journalism 2023

Media - 15.06.2023
Censorship of comments on influencers’ social media leads to significant rise in anti-fan communities
Social media influencers who censor negative comments risk losing followers to anti-fan communities as they attempt to "re-establish lost intimacies", research from Cardiff University shows. Academics at Cardiff Business School spent five years studying beauty and lifestyle social media influencers, as well as relevant online gossip forums, where anti-fan communities have sprung up.

Media - 01.06.2023
Academics share advice on achieving a PhD through 'alternative format'
Academics share advice on achieving a PhD through ’alternative format’

Media - 19.05.2023
Gary Younge shortlisted for Orwell Prize for Journalism 2023

Media - 26.04.2023
Role of modern UK monarchy explained in new report
Role of modern UK monarchy explained in new report

Media - 17.03.2023
Seven Questions with... David Zuo
Seven Questions with... David Zuo

Media - 07.03.2023
Reporting from the epicentre of the story
Reporting from the epicentre of the story

Media - Social Sciences - 23.02.2023
Opinion: Misinformation - why it may not necessarily lead to bad behaviour
Opinion: Misinformation - why it may not necessarily lead to bad behaviour
Dr Christos Bechlivanidis (Psychology & Language Sciences), with colleagues, writes in The Conversation that presumptions that misinformation leads to bad behaviour isn't empirically supported, and the real relationship between beliefs and behaviour is more complex. "So far as the influence of the newspaper upon the mind and morals of the people is concerned, there can be no rational doubt that the telegraph has caused vast injury." So said the The New York Times in 1858, when the transatlantic cable linking North America and Europe was completed.

Media - 22.02.2023
’Multilingual World’: New video podcast launched by Dr Serge Sagna

Health - Media - 17.02.2023
Seven Questions with... Suzanna Chen
Seven Questions with... Suzanna Chen

Media - Criminology / Forensics - 08.02.2023
West ill-prepared to deal with evolving cyber threats, report concludes

Media - 31.01.2023
HPP Blog: Anna Harris departs for South Africa to umpire at the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup

Media - 27.01.2023
Memes-field Park? ’Digital natives’ are flirting with Jane Austen’s vision of the ideal man all over again
Know about the Darcy hand-flex? Remember that lake scene with Colin Firth? For 200 years, audiences have been swooning over different portrayals of Mr Darcy, Jane Austen's iconic male hero.

Career - Media - 20.01.2023
The Mirror editor returns to Leeds to inspire female journalists

Social Sciences - Media - 12.01.2023
Winners of the Sociology Public Engagement Prize announced

Media - 20.12.2022
Vice-Chancellor’s latest blog

Media - 28.11.2022
Welcoming our new team of student journalists
UCL's office of the Vice-President External Engagement (VPEE) launches new Student Journalism Scheme for budding journalists and communicators Ten UCL students have been given a fantastic opportunity

Media - 14.11.2022
My Dad Wrote a Porno gang met at Leeds

Media - 07.11.2022
New Blog on The Circular Economy and The Puzzle of Formalization
New Blog on The Circular Economy and The Puzzle of Formalization

Media - 21.10.2022
A great opportunity for all future journalists!
A great opportunity for all future journalists!

Media - 10.10.2022
Sussex Weidenfeld Institute of Jewish Studies launches podcast series exploring antisemitism and the left

Media - Environment - 03.10.2022
University of Glasgow report calls for a new strategy to support the Scottish media
A new report by the University of Glasgow has called for a new strategy to support and strengthen the media in Scotland.

Media - 03.10.2022
Develop your digital skills this term - new dates released for Autumn 2022
Develop your digital skills this term - new dates released for Autumn 2022

Media - 14.09.2022
University of Bath's Centre for Death & Society reflects on the death of Queen Elizabeth II
University of Bath’s Centre for Death & Society reflects on the death of Queen Elizabeth II

Media - 27.07.2022
Spotlight on... Halle McCarthy
Spotlight on... Halle McCarthy

Media - 18.07.2022
SCI Blog: The Other Side of the Fence - Consumption, Activism, and the Owens Park Tower Occupation

Media - 22.02.2022
Take our Digital Futures Social Media and Networks theme survey!
Take our Digital Futures Social Media and Networks theme survey!

Social Sciences - Media - 21.02.2022
Sociology Public Engagement Prize winners are announced

Media - 26.01.2022
Housing Lin publishes blog post by Dr Sophie Yarker

Media - 06.01.2022
Spotlight on... Jinnie Chua
Spotlight on... Jinnie Chua

Media - 20.07.2021
Promoting your research: Steps to dissemination and engagement
Highlights from the final session of the Knowledge Exchange training series, facilitated by Rosalinda Quintieri and Hannah Murray, as part of the ESRC Collaboration Labs Programme, The University of Manchester.

Media - 06.07.2021
Pensions explained - catch up if you missed our last two events

Media - 06.07.2021
Call for greater focus on media diversity
Call for greater focus on media diversity
Leading figures from British film, television, and the media including Sir Lenny Henry, Amma Asante, Adrian Lester, Afua Hirsch and Gary Younge are among contributors to the latest edition of a journal dedicated to championing media diversity.

Media - 14.06.2021
Vice-Chancellor's latest blog: Collective inspiration, not adversarial interaction
Vice-Chancellor’s latest blog: Collective inspiration, not adversarial interaction

Media - Social Sciences - 08.06.2021
Events taking place to mark 200 years of The Guardian newspaper
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