Business Management students have been working with North Yorkshire Police communications department on their Twitter campaign around Christmas safety.
Students from York St John’s Film and Television Production, Media, Film and English Literature programmes were able to get some exclusive tips and insights from the makers of Set Fire to the Stars at a special event earlier this week.
Students from York St John University helped a Yorkshire climate festival by making a film for the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris.
Every year 7 pupil in York will get the opportunity to take part in a sexual abuse and exploitation workshop as part of the city’s ‘It’s not Ok’ campaign. The city-wide campaign aims to raise awareness of these issues and the play follows four teenagers through their experiences of the internet,
The work of York St John University’s newest emerging artists will go on display this week at York’s contemporary art space, The New School House Gallery and will offer a rare opportunity for the public to see their developing practices ahead of their Degree Show next May.
Jo Thompson, Head of Human Resources, was named Network Champion of the Year at this year’s Inclusive Network Awards for her work with the University’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Staff Network.
A York St John University student has won a national poster design competition. Design student Charlotte Parker entered the competition which was run by the National Union of Students (NUS), inviting students to design a poster that will be used in a national promotional campaign in 2016.
Professor Karen Stanton, Vice Chancellor of York St John University, was inaugurated at a formal ceremony held in York Minster on Tuesday. Ahead of the first of this year’s graduation ceremonies, the special ceremony took place in front of an audience of staff, guests and students and was led by the
Healthy Bodies, a programme designed to combat unhealthy body image amongst teenage girls, has been so successful it could now extend across the city.
A York St John Professor has reinforced the importance of Community Music , and strengthened the University’s ties with one of the world’s top orchestras, through his latest appointment.
Students from all over the world received a civic welcome to the City of York on Wednesday 11 November. International students from York St John University, Askham Bryan College, the University of York and York College were formally welcomed to the city by the Rt Hon the Lord Mayor, Cllr Sonja Crisp
This evening York St John students will take part in a trail of performance, music and visual art through York city centre.
On Tuesday 17 November, ahead of this year’s graduation ceremonies, there will be a special inauguration ceremony in York Minster for the new Vice Chancellor of York St John University.
York St John Business School hosted a live business competition for 132 pupils from schools and colleges across the region.
A new study suggests that being a victim of bullying in school sport can have a negative impact on a young person's engagement in physical activity.
A recent Psychology graduate from York St John University has had her research into the use of virtual reality as a pain management tool praised by leading academics in the field.
The Converge and The Discovery Hub partnership between York St John University and Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has been selected as a finalist at the Health Service Journal (HSJ) Awards.
York St John to honour inspirational figures in business, education, sport, broadcasting, theatre, film and television
York St John University students will be celebrating their graduation alongside an array of leading figures in business, education, sport, broadcasting, film and television at ceremonies held in York Minster on 17, 18 and 19 November 2015.
York St John University has triumphed at this year’s Yorkshire In Bloom competition, winning both a Gold award and Best in Category.
York St John University’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Staff Network has been shortlisted for four national awards by an organisation that celebrates diversity and inclusion.
York St John University’s new Vice Chancellor has taken up her post. Professor Karen Stanton started her new role on 1 September.
York St John University’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) staff network has been recognised as an ‘Awesome Network’ by Inclusive Networks, an organisation which brings networks of all diversity strands together.
An Occupational Therapy student has won College of Occupational Therapists (COT) award for Education, Research and Continuing Professional Development.
As part of their activities to support changes in GCSE and A Level curricula, the Computer Science team at York St John University have delivered a three-day intensive summer school aimed directly at helping teachers get up to speed with the new skills required.
York St John University has risen an impressive 43 places up the student satisfaction league table - the third biggest point increase across UK institutions - and is now ranked 35th out of 123.
York St John University has 100 per cent of its teaching staff actively engaged in Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) as it works with staff to promote and recognise great teaching.
A new study from York St John University and the University of Bath has revealed the extent to which perfectionist tendencies in employees are driving many to burnout and points to ways in which habits might be changed.
A York St John student has scooped a top prize in a national competition celebrating the outstanding achievements of students who combine part-time work with their study commitments.
York St John University’s next Business Masterclass will focus upon Coaching and Mentoring. Led by Bob Garvey, Professor in Business Education at York St John, the session will look at The Brief Coaching model, developed by Peter Szabo and Insoo Kim Berg.
Graduating students from York St John University will be showcasing their design work at one of the biggest design exhibitions in the country this week.
York St John University launched its new International Centre for Community Music (ICCM) on Thursday 25 June, a new venture in response to global interest in creative music participation and inclusivity in music.
To mark York St John’s accreditation as a Chartered Management Institute (CMI) Centre, the Business School held a CMI Centre launch event on Wednesday 17 June 2015.
Dr Liz Mellor has been awarded a National Teaching Fellowship, one of the most prestigious awards for excellence in higher education.
York St John University has joined forces with the British Heart Foundation to help York residents get fit in time to take part in this year’s Heart of York (HoY) Bike Ride which takes place on Sunday 6 September.
Converge could be awarded €10,000 after being shortlisted for The ProF Award 2015.
Dr Stephen Gibson, an Associate Professor in Psychology at York St John University, has been awarded a prestigious Research Fellowship from the Leverhulme Trust to conduct research into the work of the social psychologist Stanley Milgram.
Student volunteering was celebrated last week at the annual Higher York Student Volunteering Awards.
A York St John University student has been nominated for a Royal Television Society (RTS) Student Television Award.
The Language and Identities in InterAction (LIdIA) research unit, based in York St John University’s Department of Languages and Linguistics, has embarked on an exciting new initiative to influence language-related policy in higher education.
To celebrate York’s International Shakespeare Festival, students from York St John University have developed an app to highlight sites in York that have a connection to the playwright.
Professor Rob Aitken has been appointed as the new Dean of the Faculty of Health & Life Sciences at York St John University.
York St John University’s new sports facility, Nestlé Rowntree Park, has been officially opened.
York St John graduate Matthew Teeling, a Major in the Royal Engineers, has been awarded the NATO Meritorious Service Medal – the highest honour awarded by the NATO Secretary General, who signs each citation.
The Duke of York Young Entrepreneur Awards are annual awards bestowed on the best new businesses to have emerged from Yorkshires Universities.
York St John University student James Searle was presented with his 2015 Sports Technology Award at a special ceremony on Friday.
York St John University has been granted Research Degree Awarding Powers. The award of the new powers, and, therefore, the change to the University’s status, came into effect on 23 March and signifies another step in York St John’s progress.
The new Vice Chancellor of York St John University has been announced.
Maria Aberg, the international theatre director, visited York St John University to talk about her work. In a session organised specifically for students taking the Gender and Writing module, Maria talked about her most recent work at the Royal Shakespeare Company, National Theatre, Hampstead Theatr
A former York St John doctoral student has been given a prestigious American Psychological Association (APA) award in recognition of his outstanding research in the field of exercise and sport psychology.
A York St John University student has been shortlisted for a 2015 Sports Technology Award.
This year’s X20 Enterprise Lab has kicked off at York St John University. X20 is part of the University’s SEED initiative for supporting student enterprise and involves four half-day sessions designed to equip participants with practical knowledge for starting a business.
BAFTA-winning York St John University graduate Chris Hees was on campus this week to talk to current Film and Television students about his route to success. Chris was awarded the British Academy Film Award (Bafta) in the Best British Short category for his film The Bigger Picture. The short film wa
Thirteen finalists were selected from entries to this year’s SEED (Support Entrepreneurs Explore & Develop) competition.
A York St John University Design student has been longlisted for the Aesthetica Art Prize. The listing means John Hollington, who entered the competition with his contemporary light shade design, is considered one of the “100 most exciting artists from around the world” by the international art and
A successful Bubwith-based arts company is chasing further success thanks to £28k funding from the Yorkshire Innovation Fund (YIF), a project part-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.
Members of the Computer Science department at York St John University have been working with the Museum’s Collections and Archives Department to help with the latest stage of their £500k archive project.
The e-safety campaign is a joint campaign with North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Board, NYCC's Connecting Youth Culture and the NSPCC. It aims to provide parents, carers and young people with information and support about how young people can stay safe online.
York St John is celebrating following one of its most successful days of sport in its history. On Wednesday more York St John teams were playing in the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) leagues than there ever has been on one single day before.
A York St John University student has been selected as a potential Winter Olympic athlete for the games in 2022. Chris Gray, 21, who is in his third year of a Primary Education degree, has been awarded a place in the British Skeleton’s talent squad after a gruelling selection process.
York St John University alumnus Chris Hees has been awarded a British Academy Film Award in the Best British Short category.
One of the UK’s leading architects hosted a lecture for York St John’s first-year Design students.
Thirty events will take place across the city during February to mark York LGBT History Month.
The second Moving Forward Together Conference, Celebrating Gypsy, Roma and Traveller Diversity and Culture, took place at York St John University last week.
York St John University alumnus Chris Hees has been nominated for an Academy Award in the best animated short film category.
York St John University has been named as one of Britain’s most gay-friendly workplaces. The University was ranked in 78th place in Stonewall’s Top 100 Employers 2015.
York St John University has secured £120,000 of government funding to support the new Biomedical Science laboratories. It will be used to equip the brand new bespoke teaching laboratories, which will be used by staff, students and researchers at the University.