Scottish poet and novelist Jackie Kay celebrates the opening of Red Dust Road, a stage adaptation of her critically acclaimed memoir, which runs at HOME from 11-21 September 2019. The play chronicles Jackie’s personal and moving search for her birth parents, which took her from Nairn in Scotland to Lagos in Nigeria.
A new volunteer training programme led by the University of Salford is empowering communities with the resources and skills to take control of their alcohol consumption in order to reduce excessive drinking and alcohol harm.
Artificial limbs made out of plastic water bottles could save healthcare providers millions of pounds and make prosthetics more accessible to millions of people in developing countries.
THE UNIVERSITY of Salford has partnered with a leading dental implant team to introduce a new postgraduate programme.
As M&S looks set to drop out of the FTSE100 for the first time since it was created in 1984, Dr Gordon Fletcher, retail expert at the University of Salford Business School, examines another blow for the High Street chain and suggests more change may be coming for the company.
Head of Maintenance, John Riley, retires today after his 43 years working at the University. We caught up with him to chat and reminisce over his favourite Salford memories...
A University of Salford graduate has been selected as one of this year’s winners for Portrait of Britain with her entry ‘Grace’ – a trans woman and medical student.