Fifteen outstanding Edge Hill University lecturers, personal tutors and support staff have been named winners in the student-led Teaching Awards 2014.
In a unique project, award winning novelist Frank Cottrell Boyce is working with Edge Hill lecturers Carl Hunter and Clare Heney to create a free, online serial novel as part of the Give us 5 for Reading campaign, from the City of Readers project.
Edge Hill University, Film London and We Are Colony have been awarded a £125,000 grant from the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts to explore the release of independent films on an innovative new digital platform.
In a new blog post, Professor John Diamond (Director of the University’s Institute for Public Policy and Professional Practice) comments on the Cabinet changes announced yesterday.
An Edge Hill University professor will lead a conversation with some of the UKs brightest new film-making talent at an event in Liverpool.
A new book edited by two Edge Hill University academics, the first to comprehensively review contemporary developments in child protection and safeguarding in sport on a global level, is to be published this month.
On Saturday 5 July, Edge Hill University’s Professor Roger Shannon took part in a round-table event on the life and works of Surrealist artist and thinker Conroy Maddox (1912-2005).
Computer experts have contributed to an international project that uses protein data, passages from the Bible and augmented reality to create unique musical and visual art works.
The value of singing for health and wellbeing will be investigated at a lecture at Edge Hill University on Tuesday 8 July.
Real life stories from UK servicemen about their experiences of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder will be explored in a ground-breaking production by an Edge Hill University senior lecturer and PHD student.