Dr Sophie Lind of the Autism Research Group in the Department of Psychology has been awarded the 2011 Clinical Young Investigator Award by the International Society for Autism Research (INSAR). Continue reading
Monthly Archives: February 2011
Journalists are invited to apply for the 32nd Laurence Stern Fellowship. The winner will be chosen by a senior editor from the Washington Post to work on the paper’s National Desk in Washington for three months this summer. Continue reading
The XCity Award is for a former student of City University, London, who in the past year* has made an outstanding contribution to journalism in terms of making a difference in the way news and features are written or presented.
The Annual Scholarships and Prizes Awards Evening, which took place on 18th January 2011, honoured over a hundred City students and paid tribute to the consistent generosity of our donors.
City alumnus, Billy Kenber, who completed City’s unique MA in Investigative Journalism course in 2010, was awarded the prestigious Hugh Cudlipp award for published student journalism on Monday 31 January 2011.
With an aging population increasing the need for high quality aged care across Europe, Professor Julienne Meyer from the School of Community and Health Sciences has been working with experts from within the EU to develop standards for providers in the care home sector.
Dr Sophie Harman, Senior Lecturer in International Politics at City recently participated in the Global Poverty Summit in Johannesburg, from 17 to 19 January 2011.
A team of undergraduate students from The City Law School has won the top prize in a major business competition staged by one of the world’s largest law firms. Continue reading
Jo Kotas, a part-time Masters in Innovation, Creativity and Leadership (MICL) student at City, has co-founded Smile for London – an exciting new initiative that aims to brighten the London commute.
The School of Informatics’ giCentre has created an online resource for Leicestershire County Council (LCC) that enables its staff and citizens to better understand public satisfaction with local services and amenities.