08 May 2017
John Timpson, Chairman of Timpson, the independent shoe repair and key-cutting retail outlet found on high streets all over the county, has a reputation as something of a management 'maverick'.
21 April 2017
To mark World Book Night, University academics based in the Department of English, Creative Writing and American Studies recommend a book that has a special meaning for them. Read their recommendations and perhaps be inspired to pick up a copy.
05 April 2017
Marion Oswald, Senior Fellow in Law and Director, Centre for Information Rights, looks at the potential of algorithmic machine learning tools and whether the reasoning of fictional detectives Sherlock Holmes and Father Brown have something to teach us.
03 April 2017
With Spring finally here, the University celebrated International Women's Day, welcomed a Nobel Peace Laureate, and tuned into a popular TV drama series, whose historical accuracy was ensured by our expertise. Here we share some of our March 'best bits'.
03 April 2017
As the University of Winchester launches its first Play and Creativity Festival (3-7 April 2017), Dr Alison James, Acting Director, Academic Quality and Development, explains why playis important for teaching and learning at all levels.
30 March 2017
Sir Jonathon Porritt is co-founder of leading sustainability charity Forum for the Future and arguably Britain's most influential Green thinker.
24 March 2017
Capital flows to emerging markets are a primary concern for global financial stability but current account imbalances say little about their direction. Bruno Bonizzi argues that we should focus on the actual behaviour of the institutions that drive flows.
17 March 2017
Chief Executive of campaigning animal welfare organisation Compassion in World Farming, Philip Lymbery has a reputation as one of industrial farming's fiercest critics.
16 March 2017
As part of your #20HealthyDays, why not swap your bottle of wine for a nice smoothie today? Check out our favourite recipes.
13 March 2017
Leymah Gbowee won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2011 for her work leading the Women of Liberia Mass Action for Peace movement that brought an end to the Second Liberian War.