At a Creative Futures event within their department, Performing Arts students were given the opportunity to network with industry professionals and receive advice from successful Edge Hill graduates.
Research conducted by an academic from Edge Hill University has led to a discovery which could impact on the future of some developing countries. Sven Batke, Lecturer in Biology, has jointly authored a paper titled Increasing stomatal conductance in response to rising atmospheric CO2, which has been published in the Annals of Botany, an international […]
An Edge Hill expert in migration is working on a project funded by the World Bank which will examine the experience of reintegrating Roma people in the Western Balkans.
The National Student Survey (NSS) is now open giving all third year students an opportunity to voice their views about their Edge Hill University experience.
Edge Hill is one of only 12 UK universities to be part of a pilot scheme with CIMPSA, the professional development body for the UK’s sport and physical activity sector.
Three pieces of creative work from Edge Hill Media students have been shortlisted in the Royal Television Society (RTS) North West Student Awards.
The politician who was instrumental in devising and promoting the Act of Parliament which legalized same sex marriages will speak at Edge Hill University on Thursday 8 February.
Work is on course for a late-Spring completion on the University’s new £26m Catalyst building.
Students enhanced their employability skills and received feedback from industry professionals during the Business School’s Mock Assessment Centre Day.
Edge Hill University’s 12th annual Short Story Prize is now accepting submissions, with the winner due to receive £10,000 at a special event in London in November.