Scientists have shown that chimpanzees demonstrate empathetic tendencies – the ability to share and understand the emotions of others – but just like in humans these ‘caring’ personality traits vary significantly from one individual to another.
Nominations for new academic members of Academic Board are now open until 15 September 2017.
A range of activities are taking place across the University for the Confirmation, Clearing and Adjustment processes with hundreds of colleagues involved from many areas of the institution.
We are pleased to announce that from Monday 4th September our Gym and Sports facilities will be open at 7am.
The University of Lincoln is working towards international certification (ISO 50001) for its energy management system.
The University of Lincoln Cycle group will be continuing the summer season with an evening ride to Bardney.
Staff and students are invited to attend the next Great Lives lecture, to be given by James Kakalios on The Physics of Superheroes on 7 September 2017.
The pioneering work of a relatively unknown ‘local hero’, who travelled to China in the early 20th century to help blind children, is being remembered in a special display curated by his descendants.
The Lincoln Academy of Learning and Teaching (LALT) is hosting a community showcase event in November, and are looking for your submissions.
“Everyone talks about it but no one really knows what it means”: How university students understand the student experience. 12th October, 12noon to 2pm in JBL3C01.
Pioneering new research into a powerful new antibiotic, led by the University of Lincoln’s School of Pharmacy, has featured in two leading industry titles.
The results of a fascinating new study by researchers from the School of Life Sciences are published in the Journal of Experimental Biology.
Researchers are looking for healthy, active, male participants (aged 18-50 years), to take part in an exercise physiology research study.
Researchers are looking for football fans to take part in a 20 minute face perception study. Participants will receive £5 for their time.
Participants are needed for a 30-min computer-based study on Human-Animal Interaction.
Adobe Education Exchange offers easy ideas and training to start exploring, creating and taking real advantage of digital media with a range of Adobe tools.
Between Tuesday 29th August and Friday 15th September, the Digital Engagement Team will be running 13 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) workshops
Calibre is a development programme for any member of staff with disability. There is a taster session on 17th July.
Staff and students are invited to the University Sports Centre for a free personal training session.
This media training workshop offers an introduction to engaging with the mainstream media.