The University has made public a new Student Engagement Statement.
University staff members are being reminded that it should not just be their workload that is turned off during the Christmas break.
Our Changing World, the innovative University of Edinburgh series that brings together today's brightest and biggest thinkers to tackle some of the world's most pressing questions, has celebrated the completion of its third year with nearly 10,000 audience members and over half a million lecture downloads.
The University is to host a series of events to promote staff and student entrepreneurship.
The climax of the race for the White House will be witnessed at a special election night event at Teviot.
The University’s Princess Dashkova Russian Centre is co-hosting the 2012 Russian Film Festival in Scotland.
Professor Mary Robinson, the first female President of Ireland and international advocate for human rights, is to give the final lecture in this year’s Our Changing World series.
Edinburgh Sustainability Awards 2012-13. Matthew Lawson describes the benefits and experiences of staff taking part.
Staff development courses, running in October and November, are available for booking.
Human Resources, in partnership with Information Services, is to launch a new eRecruitment system, which will modernise recruitment at the University.
The University has outlined its global aspirations in a new strategy.
Procurement Nominated for GO Award GO Procurement Leadership of the Year Award
Former Scottish Government Cabinet Minister Professor Susan Deacon is to take up a new post with the University.
Edinburgh University Students’ Association is celebrating students who have returned from time overseas.
Procurement Reform Bill Workshop
Human Resources has launched a new training, learning and development website for University staff.
A screening of "Wine - The Future" - 19th October 2012. Teviot Lecture Theatre
A great chance to find out about a range of jobs, courses, voluntary and travel opportunities open to you after graduation.
This article was published on Jun 24, 2011