Academics at Edge Hill University have helped uncover the key ingredients that make a therapy successful in treating clinical depression.
Edge Hill University is set to recruit talented engineers to help inspire children to become the innovators, inventors and problem solvers of the future. Thanks to funding from the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Ingenious Project, the University will recruit five engineers to deliver pop-up events for children. Targeting young girls, children in pupil referral […]
The longlist for 13th Edge Hill University Short Story Prize, the only UK based award to recognise excellence in a single authored short story collection, is announced today (30 May).
A trip to Warner Bros studios allowed Edge Hill students to network with industry professionals and learn exactly what it’s like to work in the world of media.
Students on the BA (Hons) Music Production programme have exclusive access to Edge Hill University’s recording studios, where they can record and submit their own music for their assessments. Students who take the Recording & Mixing and Production & Mastering modules also have the opportunity to record their music in internationally recognised recording studios, such […]
Paresh Wankhade is celebrating the publication of his latest book, Critical Perspectives on the Management and Organization of Emergency Services.
An Edge Hill University student hopes experience gained on major television shows including Have I Got News For You will help her fulfil her ambitions within the industry.
The second Dame Janet Suzman Scriptwriting Prize has been awarded to Beth Beevers, a student on MA Making Performance, for her play Every Voice.
Researchers at Edge Hill University have helped identify personality traits which make people more (or less) susceptible to persuasion than others. Senior Lecturer in Psychology Dr Helen Wall and colleagues Dr Linda Kaye and Dr Andy Levy, carried out the research with academics at Ulster University and the University of New England, Australia. They […]
Politics lecturer Paula Keaveney casts her eye over the UK’s EU runners and riders, as she casts her eye over the elections the UK wasn’t supposed to be a part of.
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