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Discover the latest news and stories from The University of Buckingham:

28 February 2023

Professor David Jacques wins Archaeologist of the Year award

Professor David Hughes is the winner of Current Archaeology's Archaeologist of the Year Award 2023.

11 February 2023

Royal Charter 40th Anniversary

The University of Buckingham was awarded with the Royal Charter 40 years ago today, in 1983.

6 February 2023

Tree planted to mark historic Thomas Jefferson visit

Vice-chancellor James Tooley, university staff and special guests gathered to plant a tree as they mark historic visit by Thomas Jefferson, who stayed in Buckingham in 1786.

31 January 2023

Remembering Dr Mary Skinner – Obituary

The University is very sorry to have to announce the death of Dr Mary Skinner. Mary was 86 and died in California after a long illness. She was among the first members of the teaching staff at Buckingham and remained…

23 January 2023

Sunday Times’ Alastair McCall joins CEER

Alastair McCall, leading data journalist and former assistant editor of The Sunday Times, joins CEER as Deputy Director and Professor of Quantitative Studies.

4 January 2023

Alumni Cynthia Tooley awarded MBE

After her recognisable work and founding of free food pantry, Jedidiah, Alumni Cynthia Tooley has been announced as an MBE.

15 December 2022

Record year for Friends of the University of Buckingham

2022 has been a record-breaking year for the Friends' recruitment numbers.

1 December 2022

Professor David Jacques nominated for Archaeologist of the Year award

Professor David Jacques has been nominated for Current Archaeology's Archaeologist of the Year award, and is open to the public vote.

22 November 2022

‘Rising Star’ University of Buckingham student

31 year-old Jehan Ghafuri has been named as one of the 50 Rising Stars by ‘Women of the Future’ in ESG (Environment, Social, Governance). Jehan, an Artificial Intelligence researcher and DPhil student at the University of Buckingham, has achieved the…

2 November 2022

Student Wellbeing Harnessed with Horse Grooming Session

The Friends of the university organised a unique trip to Bryerley Springs Equestrian Centre, enjoyed by Buckingham students to improve calmness and student wellbeing.