Hundreds of students had their moment in the limelight yesterday yesterday at graduation ceremonies in Inverness and Elgin.
A woman who put her studies on hold to care for her ill mother has finally graduated - and picked up an award at the same time.
The first person to graduate with a doctorate from the University of the Highlands and Islands is a microplastics researcher from Wales.
Researchers are embarking on a year-long study to investigate the scientific damage of a wildfire that took days to extinguish.
They are the next biggest band to hit the airwaves with a funky retro 1950s and 60s feel.
World-leading research to continue as UHI purchases Inveness’ Centre for Health Sciences in £9.8million deal
The University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) has agreed a multi-million-pound takeover of the Centre for Health Science in Inverness.
Nurses working in the NHS in Highland and the Western Isles have until the end of this month to apply for a shortened midwifery programme, which will start in January 2020.
A Moray School of Art academic has been rewarded for her internationally recognised work.
An Inverness College art lecturer has sold out his work at this year’s Royal Society of British artists exhibition, before the show even got under way.
A former head of the Kirk - who married pop star Madonna and director Guy Ritchie - has been awarded an honorary doctorate.
The west coast has been named as a "hope spot" for marine conservation thanks to the hard work of a college lecturer and a team of community groups.
Students, staff and alumni of the University of the Highlands have been gifted a distinctive trademark to endorse their products and services.
The mother of an Aberdeen student who killed herself hopes a new initiative will help to protect others from gender violence on campus.
Kind-hearted staff from the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) have donated over £5,000 to Befrienders Highland.
Students from across the Highlands and Islands have voiced concerns about the impact of Brexit and lecturer strikes at their annual conference in Inverness.
Thousands of students have been caught cheating or plagiarising in the past five years.
Researchers believe a pioneering Highland project to gather information about cancers among dogs in Scotland could improve prevention and care and help efforts to combat human forms of the disease.
Teenager suspended from course at University of the Highlands and Islands after holding up Samurai sword and making threatening remarks
A teenager held up a Samurai sword in the University of the Highlands and Islands Inverness campus and made threatening remarks.
We are all aware of the shortage of teachers across the north of Scotland and the range of ways local authorities have tried to support teachers to come and teach in our rural schools.
Ancient repairs to a perfectly preserved Iron Age wooden bowl from a 2,000-year-old well in Orkney have amazed experts.
Researchers at the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) have launched a citizen science project to identify unreported river barriers and increasing understanding of river use across Scotland.
A Highland book event is giving local talent the chance to be on the same stage as their literary heroes.
Revised plans for a major new healthcare and life sciences centre at Inverness Campus - expected to create nearly 200 jobs - will be unveiled to the public today.
Dementia sufferers and their families could soon be better off with the introduction of an “innovative” new initiative that was developed at the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI).
Inverness College UHI has become one of the first institutions in Scotland to receive the Carers Trust Going Higher for Student Carers Recognition Award.
An American salon manager has been left devastated at facing deportation after almost five years in Inverness following a visa dispute.
A public consultation is to take place on behalf of the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) to discuss a proposed new Gaelic Language Plan.
Moray student struck down with life-changing condition battles the odds to create new aviation software
A Moray student who was struck down with a life-changing condition half-way through his degree has created a new interactive exhibit at Kinloss RAF museum.
The family of a Moray man who died in a crash this week have said it is “impossible to put into words” how much he will be missed.
Two new campuses could be created for Moray College UHI as part of an ambitious vision to keep young workers in the region.
In 2015, critically-acclaimed Ohio-based jazz drummer Dr Mark Lomax was searching online for a review of his latest CD when he stumbled across the work of Highland artist Mark Lomax, a lecturer at UHI in Inverness.
A Highland man has been honoured at the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) Scotland with the Open Award.