A new qualitative study, published in the journal Gender and Education and carried out by researchers at the Universities of Hertfordshire and Hildesheim, found that teacher gender has no effect on how male and female teachers employ discipline strategies used in primary school classrooms.
22 May 2018
As part of the new MA in Literature and Culture at the University of Hertfordshire, students can now learn about the significance and contexts of the internationally recognised movement, Black Lives Matter, in an exciting new module. This module is the first of its kind in the United Kingdom.
4 May 2018
‘The Urban Weird’ will take place at the University of Hertfordshire on the 6 and 7 April. The event will explore supernatural and magical cities and examine the significance of the ‘urban weird’ in all its various manifestations.
26 March 2018
Beyond the Battlefields presents a unique series of images made by photographer Käthe Buchler (1876-1930) in Germany before, during, and after World War One.
20 March 2018
A four year major memories project entitled Full-Circle, which united the University of Hertfordshire (UK) and the University of Western Australia, has successfully gathered the stories of migrants who made the long journey to Perth as well as accounts from members of their family who remained in Britain.
15 March 2018
In March 2018, numerous events took place across the University of Hertfordshire in recognition of Women's History Month and International Women's Day.
13 March 2018
The University’s Oral History Team’s BBC R4 documentary Instant History has been highly commended at the 2018 Royal Historical Society Public History Awards.
2 February 2018
An exciting new exhibition has moved from Dublin to Hertfordshire, showcasing the social impact of electricity across twentieth-century Ireland.
26 January 2018
The University of Hertfordshire is sponsoring the Civic Awards 2018. Make your nomination today.
16 January 2018
Hertfordshire Philosophy Professor awarded prestigious grant for research on the ethics of forgiveness.
8 January 2018
This year saw a record number of Mass Communications graduates appear as finalists in the 2017 Flare Awards.
12 December 2017
A new study has defined for the first time the skills that graduates at University of Hertfordshire develop by studying arts, humanities and social science (AHSS) degrees.
27 November 2017
Dr Sam George, Senior Lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire, will deliver a keynote speech to commemorate the death of Sophie Lancaster (ten years after her murder) at the Gothic Manchester Festival on 28 Oct.
26 October 2017
Congratulations to the School of Humanities for achieving an Athena SWAN Bronze award!
11 October 2017
On Saturday October 28, the World War One Theatre project will stage performances of two previously forgotten one-act plays dealing with business, corruption and fraud.
11 October 2017