24 July 2017
Dr Steven McCulloch, Acting Director of the University's Centre for Animal Welfare and Lecturer in Human-Animal Studies, looks at the US Court of Appeal case Naruto vs David Slater and its relation to the animal rights debate.
06 July 2017
June was an exciting month as we welcomed new and emerging creative writers and acclaimed poets to the University and received awards for our excellent teaching and social enterprise activities. Take a look at our most memorable events last month.
28 June 2017
Professor John Denham, Director, Centre for English Politics and Identity at the University of Winchester, discusses the changing electoral geography of England and its potential impact on the next General Election.
20 June 2017
09 June 2017
Today we absorb the results of a largely unexpected election result, and ponder how the new hung parliament will work. But thoughts may turn all too soon to the next election. As Professor John Curtice was saying throughout election night, while Lab...
07 June 2017
Mexican arts manager Adriana Alvarado Padilla is studying for a Masters in Cultural and Arts Management. She explains how music can break down barriers and how she's bringing the traditional Mexican gathering Fandango to Winchester in a unique festival.
02 June 2017
The marvellous month of May brought the end of the academic year here at Winchester - and much more besides. Here are some of the month's highlights.
01 June 2017
With the general election taking place on 8 June, Dr Steve McCulloch, Lecturer in Human-Animal Studies at the University, looks at the policies related to animal welfare set out in the political parties' manifestos.
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.