Press office news tagged 'students'
£1 million donation for the doctors of the future
University of Plymouth news: From September 2023, the James Johnston Bursary Fund will benefit around a quarter of the University’s aspiring doctors as they progress from a foundation year to the first year of their degree.
Researchers call for public help to monitor elusive pod of bottlenose dolphins
University of Plymouth news: The South Coast pod of bottlenose dolphins currently numbers only 40 individuals and they are known to range from the north coasts of Devon and Cornwall right along the entire south coast of England to East Sussex
JVT warns of Covid complacency as he visits University
University of Plymouth news: Professor Sir Jonathan Van Tam spoke to staff, students, members of the Plymouth Medical Society and NHS partners.
Plymouth Nature Film Festival connects people with stories from our changing planet
University of Plymouth news: Founded by students across the University, the festival aims to offer people the chance to connect with nature through films, photography and other activities.
Paper written using ChatGPT demonstrates opportunities and challenges of AI in academia
University of Plymouth news: Researchers used a series of prompts and questions to encourage the software to produce the type of content used in academic publications
Tamar Engineering Project secures new funding to support outstanding students
University of Plymouth news: Fishtek Consulting and Soroptimist International Plymouth and District have agreed to support the Tamar Engineering Project
Ceremony held at University’s new home for engineering and design excellence
A topping out ceremony has been held at the University of Plymouth's new engineering and design facility as work on site continues to progress.
Expansion enables more to benefit from access to electron microscopy
The University of Plymouth has started investing more than £1.7million to enhance the Plymouth Electron Microscopy Centre
University expands training facility to help meet the demand for more dental professionals
The Chief Dental Officer for England, Sara Hurley, has unveiled the University of Plymouth's expanded dental education facility that will further enhance the training opportunities available to future generations of dentists and dental therapists
University hosts South West MPs to discuss dental access crisis
University of Plymouth news: Luke Pollard MP and Anthony Mangnall MP toured the cutting-edge teaching facilities at the Peninsula Dental School.
Student wins recognition at CECA 2022 Young Achiever Awards
Harry Blannin, an MEng Civil and Coastal Engineering student, has received a Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) Young Achiever Award for the quality of his work during a placement year in industry
Partnership aims to inspire the autistic animators of the future
The workshops run by the University of Plymouth and DaniMation Entertainment encourage young people on the autism spectrum to develop their own animation from concept to completion