Welcome 2022 from UEA Outreach
Looking back at 2021 and ahead at 2022 at UEA Outreach. We've achieved so much for social mobility together, and we have lots more to look forward to this year.
The making of Attenborough and the Mammoth Graveyard
Now a new documentary on BBC One tells the story of the discovery of a mammoth graveyard in the Cotswolds. Prof Ben Garrod explains how it all came together.
Memories of WG Sebald
Twenty years since UEA professor WG Sebald died of a heart attack while driving his car to his home in Poringland, former colleagues and those he taught share...
Twelve days of Climate Star Christmas – top tips for saving the planet
We start the Christmas countdown by asking twelve of our Climate Stars for their top tips for everyday sustainable living in 2022
COP26 - a student diary
Second year medical student Amit Singh was one of many UEA students who travelled to the UN climate change conference in November to call for action on climate...
World Access to Higher Education Day
How can we make meaningful commitments that will lead to greater equity in access and participation in higher education?
Spotlight on... The Centre for Japanese Studies
What is a 16,000-year-old Japanese pot doing in Norwich?
Building momentum for a strong COP26
How can the science community help make COP26 a success? Prof Corinne Le Quéré explains
Go behind the scenes at the recording of Prof Steve Waters' radio drama Song of the Reed
What is lifelong learning and why does it matter?
Gemma Standen, Widening Participation Officer for Mature Students, writes about the changing post-18 educational landscape and explains how UEA are supporting...