Dr David Griffiths of Oxford University and his team have been researching the archaeological landscapes of West Mainland.
“My experience at the University of the Highlands and Islands was fundamental in shaping my business and trajectory and I am thrilled and honoured to receive this award.”
In 1674 Henry Mackintosh in partnership with William Pringle purchased a 1600 acre sugar plantation in Suriname.
The highest density of Norse runic inscriptions in Scotland are from Orkney. But what can we tell from them about the people who carved them ?
The university is the only institution in Scotland to deliver the family of Foundation, Modern and Graduate apprenticeships
“In a strange way, the constraints of lockdown have encouraged us to think innovatively about education and public engagement” Professor Frank Rennie, Lews Castle UHI
“Kristin will be greatly missed but her legacy will continue through the success of her students. Our thoughts are with her family and friends at this difficult time.”
Researchers at the UHI Archaeology Institute have a fast-growing reputation for their studies of the impacts of climate change and sustainability.
Evidence has now come to light from the University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute research excavation at the Ness of Brodgar of woven textiles in use 5,000 years ago.
UHI have established proven ways of learning through technology and delivering an active personalised experience to students.