Staffordshire University last year interviewed two people in connection to concerns about hate speech
Staffordshire University Vice Chancellor Michael Gunn has announced that he will retire next year.
Professor Gunn has been in the position for the last five years, and says it was always going to be his final job in higher education after a career spanning 38 years.
Staffordshire University has unveiled a £40 million plan to students, residents and businesses to give its Stoke-on-Trent campus a new look to accommodate 2,000 extra students.
The Flaxman and Mellor buildings on College Road will be refurbished in the next 18 months to use existing space and give them a more modern feel.
Many people would be surprised to learn that there is a thriving team of surfers team in landlocked Stoke-on-Trent, or that playing frisbee is more than something you do on the beach with your dog.
But Staffordshire University has a number of teams which play the more obscure sports.
The boss of Staffordshire University has backed Labour Party proposals to slash higher education tuition fees by a third.
Vice Chancellor Michael Gunn welcomed plans to cut fees in England to £6,000 a year from autumn 2016 after it was announced by leader Ed Miliband.
Children and young people are being encouraged to create, design and explore by building apps and coding at a special event this weekend.
A Stoke-on-Trent councillor has welcomed figures revealing most children in Staffordshire get the place they want in high school.
Councillor Shaun Pender, cabinet member for education at Stoke-on-Trent City Council, said some new schools have waiting lists of children that want to study there.
College students are to benefit from a new state-of-the-art education centre.
Stoke-on-Trent College received the £10.5 million cash injection from the Skills Funding Agency to create a new Construction and Engineering Centre at its Burslem campus.
Children from a Longton school will kick off a competition to design a cup and saucer for the Queen.
Youngsters from St Gregory’s Primary School will create the first designs for the Tea for the Jubilee contest, which launches at Gladstone Pottery Museum on Monday (May 21).