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The University of Lincoln has risen to its highest ever position in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide.
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.
The University of Lincoln rejects a report in Bullet claiming it’s denying students the opportunity to work on its new publication, Lincoln Magazine.
A clock and plaque were unveiled to mark the opening of the Enterprise@Lincoln building at an event attended by university dignitaries.
At the start of November Professor Mary Stuart took over the top job at the University of Lincoln, replacing Professor David Chiddick after his nine years as vice-chancellor. She’s a new face and a new name, but what’s actually going to be different?
A “learning garden” and ground-floor “social learning space” will be among the many changes coming soon to the University of Lincoln’s library, says its director.
Professor Mary Stuart has been appointed the new Vice Chancellor at the University of Lincoln. She will be taking over the role from the current Vice Chancellor Professor David Chiddick, who will retire in December.