Toni Bewley, a Senior Lecturer in Children’s Nursing at Edge Hill University, has been awarded a National Teaching Fellowship by the Higher Education Academy.
The registration process for the December 2017 graduation ceremonies is open from 9am on Monday 16th October – 5pm on Friday 27th October 2017.
Edge Hill University’s Computer Science Department is building pioneering robots to help monitor and care for older people, patients and autistic children.
Edge Hill students had the opportunity to broaden their horizons and practice their Mandarin on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to China – made possible by the new Student Opportunity Fund.
After receiving a First Class Honours in Web Systems Development in 2015, Edge Hill graduate Tom Walker returned to campus to help boost employability in the Computer Science Department.
Edge Hill University has provided second year student Ashley Tuffin with the chance to work as part of a research team at The Morton Arboretum, a world-renowned leader in tree science and education in Lisle, Illinois.
When I was a lad all this was fields….Edge Hill in 1988. What a difference 30 years makes….take a…
The working conditions of professional athletes attracts a lot of media attention, partly because of the eye-opening salaries that top players can attract.
After graduating from Edge Hill’s Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS) programme, former student Katie Walmsley has recently been awarded Early Years Teacher of the Year in the Nursery World Awards 2017.
A new play written by Liverpool playwright Mark Curtis and produced and directed by Edge Hill academic Lisa Adams-Davey will premiere at the University’s Arts Centre next week to mark World Mental Health Week.