Acclaimed playwright and University of Exeter experts to collaborate on new production exploring LGBTQ+ loneliness and history
An acclaimed playwright will collaborate with University of Exeter experts on a new production exploring how LGBTQ+ communities have experienced loneliness and isolation in the past and present, including during the coronavirus pandemic.
Two prestigious Athena SWAN awards have just been granted to three University of Exeter departments to recognise their commitment to gender equality.
A rapid assessment of COVID-19 implications for disabled people in Cornwall has illustrated a failure by central government to support people
We have signed an open letter with partners in Exeter on tackling hate crime and racism in our community, particularly in light of recent incidents in relation to coronavirus.
LGBTQ+ heritage embedded in the rich collections at Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM) will be revealed and celebrated as part of a major new collaboration, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Teenagers learned of the horrors and legacy of the Holocaust – including a secret Nazi family past - as part of a University of Exeter event.
BBC’s Frank Gardner to feature in University of Exeter event celebrating languages and international cultures
BBC Security Correspondent Frank Gardner will be the guest of honour at a special University of Exeter event which celebrates languages and cultures around the world.
A cancer researcher who heads up the medicine programme has been recognised in the top 100 inspirational women in healthcare.
The University of Exeter has achieved a ‘University of Sanctuary’ award in recognition of the work it does to support forced migrants.
The University of Exeter is collaborating in a £2.2 million project to improve how researchers and health and social care services can use data to improve the care and quality of life for care home residents, families and staff.
The increasing gentrification of urban areas is leading to a loss of queer spaces across the world. Now the impact of the “disappearing city” on LGBTQ+ communities will be highlighted at a unique event which will show how it has made dating and sex increasingly secretive.
Diwali will be marked at the University of Exeter with a free spectacular firework display, dancing, food and storytelling.
Prestigious Athena SWAN awards have just been granted to two University of Exeter departments to recognise their commitment to gender equality.
University of Exeter celebrates and reflects on Black History Month with series of talks, plays and exhibitions
The University of Exeter is celebrating and reflecting on Black History Month with a series of talks, plays and exhibitions.
A poignant public art display will shine the spotlight on the pivotal, yet often unseen, role played by family carers across both Devon and the wider UK.