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Arts University Bournemouth is delighted to announce its commitment to never invest in fossil fuels.
This commitment is part of a global effort, led by the NUS Divest-Invest campaign, to encourage all UK universities and colleges to move investment into renewable energy providers.
'The Greatest Adventure of All' tells the story of an aspiring female astronaut who is seriously ill. In an advertisement for the British charity Rays of Sunshine, students wanted to convey...
MA Fine Art student, Jordi Robert, produced a short film about his mother living with dementia in a nursing home in Spain. "The short film "Eladia. A smile, a caress, a kiss" shows us the...
Two BA (Hons) Graphic Design students, Lewis Hales and Will Broomfield, along with BA (Hons) Photography student, Grace Goodworth were invited to attend the launch of the Mission 2020...
The 2017 Creative Conscience Awards were announced on July 5th at an awards ceremony hosted by IBM in London.
Andrea Rizzotto, second-year BA (Hons) Graphic Design student wins a Gold Award at Creative Conscience in the Product & Structural Design category for his project, The Smart Diabetes Case
Eilidh Smith, Level 5 BA (Hons) Graphic Design Student, wins GOLD in the Film and Photography category at the Creative Conscience Awards for her short film, Leaving Your Mark.
Bestival delivered a live brief to students, as part of AUB24, to tackle the 300 tonnes (approx) of waste that the festival has to send to landfill each year. Students have 24 hours to come...
Third year BA (Hons) Graphic Design student, Amber Ruske, wins a Creative Conscience Award for her project Class Cast.
Abigale Smith, third year BA (Hons) Graphic Design student, wins Silver in the Creative Conscience Awards, Film and Photography category for her project Period Potential.
Jacob Sutton, second-year, BA (Hons) Graphic Design student wins a Silver Award at Creative Conscience in the New Technology category for his project, Safe Worker.
Izzi Hays, third year BA (Hons) Graphic Design student wins a Silver Award in the Architecture category for her project, Lines.
Lines aims to create positive interactions between children through the help of an environment. We caught up with Izzi, who has previously won a Creative Conscience Award in 2016, for her collaborative project alongside students Lauren Platts and Stefan Man, to ask her what it is about designing for social good that inspires her.