'A Silent Transformation'
What's on at the University of Plymouth: 'A Silent Transformation'. Free film screening to celebrate Co-operatives Fortnight. University of Plymouth, 2 July 2018.
Politics and identities
Issues of politics and identity form a major focus of research undertaken by members of the Sociology group at the University of Plymouth. Research spans a number of topics relating to personal and organisational identities.
Exploring everyday forms of resilience: Resistance, rootedness, and resourcefulness
What's on at the University of Plymouth: Exploring everyday forms of resilience: Resistance, rootedness, and resourcefulness. Mark Blacksell Public Lecture Autumn 2017. University of Plymouth, 22 November 2017.
Whose Right to the (Smart) City?
What's on at Plymouth University: Whose Right to the (Smart) City? Critically addressing the smart city agenda. Plymouth University, 10-11 September 2017.
Beyond Words Conference 2017
What's on at Plymouth University: Beyond Words Conference 2017. Privileging the unspoken in arts and communities in a posthuman world. Plymouth University, 14-15 March 2017.
Marine renewable energy schemes should take greater account of local needs - study
Plymouth University news: Developers should pay more attention to the needs of island communities when consulting on harnessing their potential as sources of renewable energy, a study by the University of Cape Town and Plymouth University suggests
Discover more about our community partnerships and the local organisations we work with.
Faith communities and places of worship
Find the best place of worship for you whilst at Plymouth University. We've included those closest to the city centre and our student communities
Future Business: Technology for a Better Future
What's on at Plymouth University: Future Business: Technology for a Better Future. Devonport Guildhall, 8 October 2014.