#WeAreTogether is a campaign showcasing all the ways universities are helping fight against the Covid-19 pandemic and maintaining a welcoming and inclusive global community.
From vaccines to treatments, working on the front-line to supporting local communities, over the past year UK universities have played a critical role in fighting Covid-19.
Between Friday 5 March and Sunday 14 March we will be sharing some of the incredible ways that staff and students have been responding to the Covid-19 pandemic, and its effect on our lives, through research and supporting local communities.
Part of the #WeAreTogether campaign, National Graduates Day took place on 30 July 2020, to celebrate the resilience and achievements of the class of 2020, and promote the skills, qualifications and experience that graduates gain from studying at university.
In the face of unprecedented levels of disruption,
universities are doing all they can to contribute to the national effort
against the Covid-19 outbreak.
Together, the university sector is carrying out vital
medical research into a possible vaccine; providing much-needed equipment,
facilities and extra staff to frontline NHS services; and is exploring ways to
support the people’s health and wellbeing through this difficult time.
This collection of case studies forms part of the
#WeAreTogether campaign and shows how everyone in our society benefits from