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The SU and willing volunteers today took to part in Community Action Day that involved litter picking up on Carholme Road and the surrounding areas.
Mary Stuart, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Lincoln, has been nominated for an “Inspiring Leader” award in The Guardian’s University Awards.
The University of Lincoln plans to charge students the maximum level of tuition fees – £9,000 per year – from 2012.
How the University of Lincoln will be affected by the cuts to higher education funding will be discussed at the LPAC in an event at 5pm on Wednesday, February 23rd.
Nick Clegg has confirmed that the coalition will keep tuition fees capped, with the likely cap being around £7,000 per year.
The Higher Education Funding Council for England announced the specific areas of its budget that will be affected by the HE cuts. The University of Lincoln shouldn’t be in much trouble, though fines aren’t ruled out, The Linc has learnt.
The Linc editors look into the year ahead and put forward their main predictions about what’s going to be in and out at the University of Lincoln in 2010.
Traffic spikes, controversy, and floods of comments — we look at the biggest and most popular headlines to grace our front pages in 2009.
Times are changing at the University of Lincoln, sometimes for better, sometimes for worse — the editor’s letter from the December 2009 print issue.
The University of Lincoln’s new vice-chancellor has been in the job for a few weeks now, and The Linc sat down with her to hear about her vision for the future of the university.