Edge Hill University’s Gender and Sexuality Research Group (GenSex), will hold its last session of 2014 on the portrayal of masculinity in magical literature, including the now-iconic Harry Potter series.
Edge Hill University academic and bassist with The Farm, Carl Hunter, is on the hunt for a prestigious Christmas Number One with a collaborative charity song commemorating the football match truce during World War One.
A member of Edge Hill’s Student Support team has graduated with an MA in Education from the University.
Educational Psychology student Shannen Dabson has refused to let a medical condition dictate her future. Now her commitment to helping others and raising awareness of ‘hidden disabilities’, both locally and nationally, has earned her a Chancellor’s Scholarship from Edge Hill University.
An Edge Hill PhD student working on a revolutionary thesis investigating Holocaust film music has completed a month’s scholarship in Germany.
Minister for Universities, Science and Cities, Greg Clark has visited the University of the Year, Edge Hill.
Computing degrees at Edge Hill University have been awarded accreditation by BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT. This accreditation is a mark of assurance that the University’s degrees meet the standards set by BCS and will allow students to fulfil the academic requirement to register as a Chartered IT Professional (CITP). The CITP standard is […]
Two Edge Hill University academics have co-authored a book aimed at budding young smartphone app developers.
Actress and broadcaster Phina Oruche-Mariani graduated with almost 700 fellow graduands this week, pictures from the ceremonies and celebrations can be found here.
Cath Rouski has graduated from Edge Hill University’s MSc Advanced Practitioner programme to take her nursing career to the next level, whilst battling chronic illness.