The Student Opportunity Fund at Edge Hill University is an exciting initiative which contributes financial support that helps students take part in activities which enhance employability, build confidence and develop transferable skills. Over Summer 2021, BSc Geography students, Molly Jackman and Natasha Jones conducted laboratory work for Dr Joanne Egan on her research project entitled: […]
Three Edge Hill students are helping to turn the tide on research into coastal erosion.
The annual IGARSS event took place recently in Brussels, though not really in Brussels of course because of COVID-related restrictions. Instead, it was virtual, as you might expect, but as a virtual offering, it was magnificent. An excellent, interactive web interface enabled easy navigation around a technical programme comprising 1500 oral presentations and 1000 multimedia […]
Edge Hill University has been shortlisted in this year’s TARGETjobs national awards for its employability strategy.
Coastal scientists at Edge Hill University are making waves on the internet after launching their own YouTube channel in a bid to inspire the next generation of learners to protect the world’s coastlines.
Each year, Edge Hill University’s Careers Team hold their Careers Awards event, which recognises the achievements of students who have worked (on or off campus, often in supportive roles), volunteered in the community or on campus, or have undertaken placements or internships, during the last year. We are delighted that this year Tanvi Chopra (BSc Physical Geography & Geology) […]
A new study led by a student at Edge Hill University proves that there is a stigma against vegans that plays out on an almost daily basis.
New research is looking at ways to use mineral crystals within magmas to help improve the prediction of dangerous volcanic eruptions like the one affecting the island of St Vincent.
A geography researcher from Edge Hill University has been awarded funding to explore how coastal communities in Thailand can use vital data to manage risks around climate change.
An Edge Hill academic has been awarded funding by the Royal Society for a fantastic project to develop new ways of monitoring air pollution.