We are pro-actively engaged in the co-creation of knowledge for the greater good and we are always open to new ideas and collaborations.View content
Our academics generate knowledge and achieve impact in close collaboration with numerous organisations, institutions and individuals, regionally, nationally and internationally.
The University subscribes to the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement's Manifesto for Public Engagement. Find out more about the Manifesto.
OUT NOW: Winchester Research News, our new research and knowledge exchange newsletter for all
Building on the success of the well established Research and Engagement News, we are delighted to present Winchester Research News (WReN), our refreshed and rebranded newsletter celebrating research, public engagement and knowledge exchange across the University.
We also produce monthly Research Roundups; explore our News pages to find out more.
Public lectures, seminars, workshops and festivals
Mostly free and always fascinating, we offer a wealth of public engagement events throughout the year. In addition, we host high-profile national events such as the annual Winchester Writers' Festival (photo below) and Peacejam UK, to name but a few.
To book your place at one of our many public events, browse our Events Calendar.
The University of Winchester Writers' Festival 2018 welcomed author Patrick Gale, pictured left to right with Vice-Chancellor Prof. Joy Carter, Director of Research and Knowledge Exchange Prof. Kate Adams and then WWF Director Judith Heneghan.
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For further information or general enquiries, contact the University's Research & Engagement Officer: email or phone +44 (0)1962 827207.
Email us if you would like to be added to our mailing list for public events.
Explore our wealth of Public Engagement videos.
On Saturday 10 November 2018 the University commemorated the 115 fallen World War I soldiers who are buried in Winchester's historic West Hill Cemetery. A ceremony took place at the Cross of Sacrifice attended by University, local council, church and military representatives. Afterwards the names of all the 115 men were displayed at the University, which also hosted a programme of talks and an exhibition on the cemetery. Explore the photo gallery.