Former editor-in-chief of the Guardian, Alan Rusbridger, will present our 2017 John Garrett Memorial Lecture on the subject of the revolution of news.

Stop the presses? The revolution in news - UEA
The Royal Family have made a number of visits to UEA over the past 50 years. We look back at past visits from Princess Margaret, The Queen, Princess Diana, Princess Anne and Prince Charles.

Royal Visits to UEA
We are delighted to announce Her Majesty The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will return to UEA to visit the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts later this month

The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh to visit UEA
Professor John Curtice, President of the British Polling Council, joins our next Brexit debate on Thursday evening. These events on campus are FREE and open to the public.

Brexit and the future of the UK - UEA
A new UEA study from the Norwich Business School finds incentive-related pay schemes can stress rather than motivate employees.

UEA: Incentive pay schemes can affect employee well-being
The Ziggurats this morning under a sprinkling of snow! Wrap up warm today - it's cold out there! ❄❄
25 very good reasons to choose UEA, as demonstrated by the best photographs of campus on Instagram.

25 reasons to pick UEA's campus - as showcased by photos on Instagram
UEA researchers make the case for firms to move away from 'value size' pricing of sugary drinks.

UEA: A sugary drinks tax has wider economic as well as health benefits
Have you seen our new UEA Research webpages? Our latest research has looked into microfinance. Is it a remedy for poverty in the developing world?

Debunking Microfinance
Dr Tom Licence talks about the latest cutting-edge research happening in the School of History at this event taking place in London for UEA alumni.

What the Victorians threw away

Could you inspire the next generation? Find out about teacher training at these events taking place in Norwich.

Teacher Training Open Days & Events
Our new What's On Guide covers all of the public events we're running this semester. Our comprehensive guide covers Literature, Gigs, Drama, Concerts, Lectures, Film and Art.

UEA What's On Spring 2017
Our new series of events focusing on Brexit looks at the future of the UK, the UK's international future, the future for immigration and Brits abroad, and community relations. These events are FREE and open to the public.

Brexit and the future of the UK - UEA
EDP Editor David Powles leads today's #ThrowbackThursday with his early memories of LCR and Waterfront gigs from the 90s and 00s.

Guest Blog - David Powles
Professor John Street appeared on BBC Radio Norfolk this morning to examine the connection between music and politics. Listen back on the iPlayer as he discusses the link between both American and British politicians and notable musicians.

Music and politics - BBC Radio Norfolk
Happy New Year from the University of East Anglia! We look forward to seeing many of you again in 2017!

See what we got up to in 2016 in our Review of the Year here: [ Link ]
We can't say goodbye to 2016 without reflecting on the year first. Here are our highlights.

Review of the Year 2016 - UEA
2016 hasn't been all doom and gloom, on New Year's Eve our Review of the Year once again looks back at the big stories that demonstrates UEA as a world-changing institution.

Review of the Year 2016 - UEA
UEA alumni and Radio 1 DJ Greg James and fellow graduate and YouTube sensation Jim Chapman returned to campus in February for the Sport Relief Gregathlon. The grueling challenge raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for charity. #12DaysOfUEA

Day 12 - Gregathlon - UEA
Kick start your research career with these new Postgraduate Research opportunities starting soon.

PhDs and Studentships