The University of Hong Kong
As Sherlock Holmes stalks the big screen once more, we are reminded of the enduring popularity of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s creation. The prolific writer’s impact on British culture and identity is providing rich pickings for one HKU scholar.
Griffith University has maintained its position as one of the world’s leading universities in the 2015 QS World University Rankings.
- Griffith academics awards for outstanding teaching
- MBA soars into BOSS Magazine’s top four
University of Dayton dean has been named one of most influential in the country.
St. George’s University medical graduates placed in select US first-year residency training posts.
The University of Scranton has been recognized among the nation’s top producers of U.S. Fulbright students by The Chronicle of Higher Education for 10 consecutive years.
- Spotlight on Scranton
James Cook University scientist, Professor Joshua Cinner, has been awarded one of the world’s top prizes for marine conservation.
NUS ranked 2nd in the premiere THE Asia University Rankings 2013, as well as in the 2012 QS University Rankings: Asia. In global rankings, NUS advanced to the 25th place in the 2012/2013 QS World University Rankings, the 22nd position in the 2013 THE World Reputation Rankings and the 29th place in the 2012/2013 THE World University Rankings.
- NUS makes the Nature Publishing Index Global Top 100 list
- NUS spin-off sweeps up awards
A Roehampton graduate’s performance has been selected to be shown at the Robin Howard Dance Theatre as part of Resolution!, the biggest European platform for new choreographers.
- Dr Graham White presented with BBC Audio Drama Award
Warwick alumnus and BBC journalist Torin Douglas reflects on his lengthy and successful media career.