An innovative cross-platform art project is to take place at Edge Hill University from 3rd -24th November 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.
Research conducted by Edge Hill University’s Dr James Renton has been featured in a publication created by the Arts and Humanities Research Council to mark the centenary of World War One.
An inaugural lecture from Edge Hill’s Professor Dave Putwain questioned whether GCSE students are under too much pressure to achieve and revealed how the world of education could benefit from better use of educational psychology.
Edge Hill University’s Professor Victor Merriman has teamed up with Liverpool Irish Festival to deliver a number of events throughout the festival.
A groundbreaking research centre which examines the various relationships between humans and other animals will be launched this week.
Superbugs, chemical warfare, evolution and fungi will all come under the microscope in four Biology public lectures which will build on the success of the department’s inaugural public lecture series earlier this year.
As one of the largest providers of Initial Teacher Training in the UK, Edge Hill University is leading the drive to raise the status of Early Years teaching.
Edge Hill University is to a deliver a vital mental health training programme for nurses in Mysore, India.
Edge Hill University is to work with over 50 primary schools in Oxfordshire over the next two years to improve literacy skills.