Passionate about expanding her knowledge, second-year Child Nursing student Bethany Attwood will be travelling to Ghana to care for sick children as part of her undergraduate professional placement.
Darcie Caldcleugh works as a children’s worker with a registered charity, and believes her BSc in Child Health and Wellbeing prepared her “in the best way possible” for employment.
UK rapper Professor Green, who recently made the acclaimed documentary Working Class White Men for Channel 4, will be ‘in conversation’ on the same subject at a free public event at Edge Hill University this June.
Anne-Marie Douglas, founder of social justice charity Peer Power, visited Edge Hill University to talk at an event about the health and wellbeing needs of young people in the justice system.
A top expert in human rights, social policy and criminal law has received a British Academy Visiting Fellowship and will spend six months at Edge Hill University working on a major project.
Academics from Edge Hill University are exploring extreme environments in the hope of discovering new species of microbes that will help conserve the salterns in Cabo Verde, and assist future developments in biotechnology.
The deadline is approaching for Edge Hill students who may be eligible for Scholarships worth up to £2,000.
Students in Edge Hill University’s resident dance company 3rd Edge travelled to New York last month to perform at the US launch of the Oxford Handbook of Dance and Wellbeing.
The registration process for the July 2018 graduation ceremonies is open from 9am on Monday 16th April – 5pm on Friday 11th May 2018.
Edge Hill University has a new Head of Department of English, History and Creative Writing.