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  • “Big Five” should be “Big Six” say extinction researchers
    There are five generally acknowledged key mass extinction events in Earth’s history. Now, new evidence, led by a researcher at the University of Hull, argues that a sixth extinction, which took place 262 million years ago, should be added to the list.
  • Teachers urged not to let rain stop play for UK children
    Teachers in the UK need to embrace the notion of encouraging children to ‘have a go’ through developing opportunities for risk and challenge in play and learning. One way in which children can realise these ambitions is through developing opportunities for learning outdoors and not be constrained by the UK weather. So says Jo Traunter, Programme Director for the Centre of Educational Studies at the University of Hull.
  • Life changing visit to Uganda for lecturer and students
    As a critical care nurse with many years’ experience, there is not much that Nicola Credland has not witnessed. She is used to dealing with acutely ill patients and advising on their treatment. Following a visit to Uganda, however, Nicola has been able to change another life.
  • The new face of internationalisation
    Researchers at the University of Hull are spearheading a drive to bring non-western perspectives into higher education.
  • Foundation Degree gains all-important Sector Endorsement
    The Foundation Degree in Childhood Studies has been awarded Sector Endorsement. This means the degree programme has been recognised as meeting the needs of employers and achieving the necessary quality standards for the sector.
  • HumberPort partners promote estuary as ‘logical choice’ for international trade
    The Humber is the “logical choice” for bringing goods into the north of Britain and critical to the success of the Northern powerhouse, the UK’s premier logistics event will be told.


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