A recent festival at iconic London dance venue Sadler’s Wells, which celebrated lifelong creativity and the contribution of older artists, included a talk from Edge Hill academic Mark Edward.
Edge Hill University’s Visiting Professor in palliative care, Julia Downing has been given a top award honouring her significant contribution to cancer practice, education, research and management.
Edge Hill’s Dr Vicky Duckworth is one of seven experts to contribute to the recent special issue of The National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE) journal Adults Learning, which focuses on NIACE’s Election Manifesto.
Group walks in nature are associated with greater mental wellbeing and positive affect, as well as lower depression, negative affect and stress, an article co-authored by an Edge Hill University academic has found.
A photographic exhibition on created by Edge Hill University lecturers on youth and the ageing performer will be shown in the iconic Bank Street Arts in Sheffield City Centre for the next two weeks.
Edge Hill University student Fenia Palyvou showcases her unusual artwork at Independents, one of the largest contemporary visual arts festivals in the UK.
Edge Hill Lecturer in Public Relations Paula Keaveney will speak at a national conference aboutthe political lobbying of election candidates.
Edge Hill University’s new head of Performing Arts aims to help the department build an international profile while staying at the cutting edge of creativity.
New research carried out by Edge Hill academics has shown that using Twitter as a learning tool to engage students may not be as effective as previously thought.
The third Annual Symposium of the Ethnicity, ‘Race’ and Racism Seminar Series will take place on Wednesday 8th October at Edge Hill University on the topic of Slavery and Memorialisation.