The life and art of Lancashire-born surrealist icon Leonora Carrington, whose work is currently showing at Tate Liverpool, will be explored during a public event at Edge Hill University.
Students from the Department of Computing recently had the opportunity to attend a careers fair, dedicated to providing them with information and advice to enhance their future employability prospects. The event, held in the University’s state-of-the-art Creative Edge building, built upon the success of previous careers fairs and enabled students from all year groups to […]
Edge Hill University welcomes the Year of the Goat and celebrates Chinese New Year in style.
Multi-award winning writer Jimmy McGovern, film director David Blair and television and film producer Colin McKeown have given advice to students and alumni seeking a career in the media.
Computing students at Edge Hill University recently took part in a major event organised by one of the UK’s leading technology innovators. The Department of Computing, TalkTalk and Edge Hill’s Careers Service worked closely together to design a Hackathon event that would be an ideal way for students from all years of study to work […]
Professor Roger Shannon, who studied in Birmingham’s Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies has helped produce an exhibition to mark the fiftieth anniversary of its establishment.
A seminar to discuss the changing geography of the public sector and the trends and occupations within its labour force will be held at Edge Hill University on Wednesday 4 June
Universities Minister David Willetts spoke at Edge Hill University about the challenges and opportunities of MOOCS. His presentation can be viewed here.
A ground-breaking collaboration between Edge Hill University and Everton in the Community which will benefit the local community through research-led projects and student academic placements has been launched.
A report written by two Edge Hill academics about the role of civil society in reducing poverty and inequality in the UK has been launched today at the House of Commons by Nick Hurd, the Cabinet Office’s Minister for Civil Society.