PE and School Sport students from Edge Hill University taught children the joys of living an active healthy, lifestyle during a special Health and Wellbeing Week. Students studying a BA(Hons) Physical Education and School Sport degree spent a week with special educational needs pupils at Lansbury Bridge […]
Edge Hill Drama students have boosted their employability thanks to director, actor and radio presenter Stefan Escreet who delivered a workshop and shared a wealth of industry knowledge.
Researchers at Edge Hill University have discovered what might encourage people to go vegan. Prof Claire Parkinson, Dr Richard Twine and Naomi Griffin from Edge Hill’s Centre for Human Animal Studies (CfHAS) carried out a year of research funded by The Vegan Society. They found that non-vegans were more likely to go vegan (move to […]
An interactive exhibition exploring the wonder and fear of 19th Century medical science in a family-friendly way is displayed at The Atkinson in Southport.
It was a winning Wednesday for many of Edge Hill’s teams – although the wait must go on for the women’s footballers, who were hoping to wrap up the Northern 3A title.
A new book written by Edge Hill’s Professor Victor Merriman examines whether there is a public role for drama to play in times of austerity.
The Business School welcomed a group of Dutch students who flew over to collaborate with Edge Hill University students on a group project and experience the UK culture.
The deadline is approaching for Edge Hill students who may be eligible for Scholarships worth up to £2,000.
A new Training and Simulation Facility for students studying Policing and Law degrees is now open at Edge Hill University.
Academics from Edge Hill University have conducted research into how teachers use research, which is explored in a new book published by Routledge.