• 28 APR 15
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    Lincoln University students help in dementia awareness campaign

    The University of Lincoln is taking a big part in a national initiative to raise awareness of dementia and the things we can all do it to make a difference to people living with this condition. On 22nd April 2015, student volunteers from the School of Psychology and the School of Nursing teamed up together

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    • 24 APR 15
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    Commendations at the Student Union Awards

    Following from our great haul of nominations we are delighted to have been highly commended for course of the year and our students Mel Cocliff and Rachel Ortitt were highly commended in their categories. Congratulations all around!

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    • 31 MAR 15
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    Students, staff and the course shortlisted for Student Union Awards

    We are delighted to feature in many categories on the Student Union awards shortlist this year! Congratulations to all nominees and Good luck to everyone on the night! Below a list of the categories we feature in and the nominees: COURSE OF THE YEAR When nominating, students have taken into account teaching quality, feedback and

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    • 29 MAR 15
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    MRes student awarded prestigious conservation grant

    Lamine Mohamed Benrabah, a MRes student working on a joint project run by the Schools of Psychology and of Life Sciences, has been awarded a prestigious conservation grant from the Primate Society of Great Britain. This grant will fund a second season of data collection to estimate the size of the population of Barbary macaques

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    • 20 MAR 15
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    3 Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer post advertised

    We welcome applications from candidates with expertise in any area of psychology with excellent track records for publishing in highly regarded peer reviewed journals, potential to attract external research funding, developing impact for research or excellence in professional practice. Closing date 15th April. Find more details here.

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