Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital has become the first trust in Cheshire and Merseyside, and the first specialist trust nationally, to be rated ‘outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission.
Andrew Millie’s new book explores the link between philosophy and criminology.
The University is celebrating its best ever position in the Times and Sunday Times League Table.
A partnership set up to promote knowledge sharing between academia and industry has been graded at the highest rating of ‘Outstanding’ by Innovate UK.
Former Head of Secondary Education and Edge Hill Honorary Graduate, Dr Mary Bousted, has been elected President of the Trades Union Congress (TUC).
Edge Hill music expert Dr Richard Witts will be a special guest on a live recording of BBC Radio 3’s Music Matters programme on Saturday 24th September.
The University’s new literary imprint, Edge Hill University Press, celebrates the publication of its first book today.
Edge Hill University has been ranked the safest campus in the North West for the fifth year in a row.
Expert in Victorian popular culture, Dr Bob Nicholson, has made his second appearance on Radio 4’s Making History programme, discussing Britain’s first tabloid newspaper.
Rachael was a teaching assistant for 13 years. She doesn’t
want to be one now, not since she studied…