University of East Anglia appoints new Vice-Chancellor
UEA is very pleased to announce that Professor David Maguire has been appointed as the University’s new Vice-Chancellor, joining in May 2023.
INCREASE VS project helps thousands of people into employment and entrepreneurship
New research led by the University of East Anglia (UEA) shows that large infrastructure projects must also offer sustainable, local investment in deprived...
More support needed for children with disabilities using the Internet
Children with disabilities need better support to manage their online lives and potential online risks, finds UEA researcher.
Measuring impacts of climate change on heritage to be explored at conference
A major conference on coastal heritage loss due to climate change is taking place at the University of East Anglia next week.
Scientists warn of rise in potentially fatal bacterial infection due to global warming
Continued warming of the climate would see a rise in the number and spread of potentially fatal infections caused by bacteria found along parts of the coast of...
Success for UEA in QS World University Rankings
UEA has ranked in the top tier of universities worldwide in a number of areas in the QS World University Rankings By Subject 2023, released Wednesday 22 March,...
Student and graduate businesses given chance to shine on campus at Spring Street Market
Held on Wednesday 15 March, the inaugural Spring Street Market was a bustling success for the University of East Anglia (UEA), with a high turnout of both stall...
Study highlights challenges facing transgender and non-binary workers
New research led by the University of East Anglia highlights some of the challenges that transgender and non-binary staff can face at work.
How repeated questions could put you at risk of cyber crime
People reveal more personal information when you ask them the same questions a second time – according to new research from the University of East Anglia.